Over the years that area has really changed. I would never have thought of living in that area. For now, maybe all right. Until I saw how much it would cost. This would not have happened
I knew downtown Amarillo had Firestone. I had heard of Residence at 600 and had never looked at them. Until I saw a Facebook post saying there were only five apartments left for rent. So I was curious.
If you do not know about these apartments, they are luxury apartments in Amarillo. yes? I didn’t know this was a thing but I think so. It is located in the Firstbank Southwest building. You know the guy with the Amarillo Club, too.
I think it was the prices that got me into a vicious circle. I will say that the apartments look beautiful. They even have a space to take your dogs for a potty break without leaving the premises. This is beautiful. Still the price though.
Who can bear this?
Looking at their website, they have a total of fourteen apartments. All but five have been rented. If you are looking for a one bedroom, one bathroom, you are out of luck. These are all rented.
But if you need a bedroom, you’re in luck. Just like any other apartment, you’ll just have to get the money, which includes a $2,000 deposit. Let’s talk about rent for these.
Life is good if you can afford $2,975 a month. Even if you have a roommate, you’re still looking for less than $1,500 per month. This is for a 1,600 square foot apartment. Fabulous. There’s even one condo available for $3,225 a month.
I understood on the radio. This is way too rich for my blood. I couldn’t imagine spending $35,000 a year on rent. Kudos to whoever can afford this. Since there are already seven rental apartments, there are people in Amarillo who can afford it.
Are any of you single?
Barfield Hotel: In the Heart of Historic Route 66 and Polk Street
Built in a historic building in downtown Amarillo, the Barfield Hotel shows off some of the magic of the Panhandle as it recalls the days of partying and banning.
Five beautiful murals have been added to downtown Amarillo
The 2021 HooDoo Mural Festival means there are five other great works of art to see in downtown Amarillo. These splendid splashes of color and creativity are a sight to behold.
2610 S Haydn
This beautiful home is located at 2610 S Hayden Street in Amarillo, Texas
It was built in 1931. The house is 4,067 square feet and includes 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, and a large wardrobe. Listed for $499,000