Someone in Silicon Valley is renting a studio apartment for $1,500 a month just for his two cats
7 monthes ago - By Business Insider
A Silicon Valley landlord is renting his San Jose studio apartment to a pair of cats, whose owner couldn't keep them in his own apartment, according to a San Jose Mercury News report on Sunday.
Rent for the cats is $1,500 per month.
“Basically I've got two renters that don't have opposable thumbs,” the landlord said.
Rental prices in Silicon Valley have skyrocketed to some of the highest in the country, as troves of tech workers have made the move with grand dreams of cashing in on the next big thing. Now, prospective renters may have to start competing for the limited amount of housing...
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Pet owner rents $1,500-a-month Silicon Valley apartment for two cats
7 monthes ago - By New York Post
This $1,500 Silicon Valley studio is the purr-fect home - for a pair of tabbies who live alone. The 425-square-foot San Jose, Calif., apartment is outfitted with a scratching post, a couch and even an Apple TV - all for the enjoyment of cared-for California kitties Louise and Tina, according to local reports. “Basically I've...
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$1,500 studio is rented to 2 cats, not people
7 monthes ago - By ABC
Louise and Tina live in a quiet Silicon Valley studio. The two girls are best friends - and cats.
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A Silicon Valley Studio Apartment Is Being Rented to Two Cats
7 monthes ago - By Fortune
Just when you think things can't get any weirder in Silicon Valley, someone goes and rents an apartment to a pair of cats.
Louise and Tina are the feline tenants of a 425-square-foot studio in San Jose. They pay $1,500 per month for rent in the apartment that includes a bathroom, sink, and television, ABC & News reports.
If nothing else, they're good negotiators. The average studio in that city goes for about $1,900 per month.
The cats belong to Victoria Amith, an Azusa Pacific University student who's the friend of the landlord's daughter. As she was leaving for college, her father was...
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