Deserted mall turned into 48 mini-apartments

Deserted mall turned into 48 mini-apartments

The Arcade Providence is filled with stylish, affordable apartments. Located in Providence, RI, the community contains 48 microapartments and 17 boutique shops. While all lofts are very tiny, they cost under $600 per month and contain everything that a city resident could desire in a home.

The first floor of the nation’s oldest indoor shopping mall features freshly designed retail shops and restaurants, while the second and third floors are home to residents of 48 micro-lofts—small, efficiently designed living spaces,” reads the Arcade Providence website. “Our first floor The second and third floors of the arcade are secure and are accessible only by residential tenants of the building.

Inside each apartment, there’s a bed, full bathroom, refrigerator, sink, microwave, dishwasher, seating area, and storage. Outside, tenants are welcome to use the shared living TV room, game room, laundry facility, bike storage area, and parking garage.

If you’ve ever dreamt of living inside a shopping mall, this is your chance!

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