Quiet, bright studio in Berkeley with unobstructed views. 15 min walk to UCB or Downtown Berkeley Bart station. Separate large fully stocked kitchen, Wifi, New Queen sized Hotel Quality Beautyrest Black Series Mattress and Box. Large closet space.
Spacious studio with high ceilings and wood flooring. Classic architecture gives this unit old world charm. Perfect apartment for one person for study purposes or work.
Interaktion mit Gästen
Myself or my assistant will be available via phone, email or text.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Shared laundry facilities
Please respect neighbors. Quiet times are between 10pm-7am.
Absolutely NO SMOKING. No pets. NO PARTIES, Events or gatherings. No more than 2 people to be at the apartment at any one time.
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I studied Neuroscience and Psychology at UC Berkeley and went on to found Merlock L.L.C
I've traveled extensively to England, Germany, France, Italy, India, Thailand, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Mexico, Hawaii, Ukraine, and Israel.
Merlock L.L.C. is a web hosting and I.T. consulting business that builds customized software for businesses to enhance productivity. We are also innovators of green energy equipment such as devices that recycle used cooking oil into cost effective vehicle fuel.
My dream is to use the profits of our labor to start a non-profit company that will help disadvantaged people around the world, afford medical care. Specifically a program that will send doctors from the US to the third world, to train mid-level healthcare workers to effectively treat the sick. I believe that everyone should have equal access to healthcare, regardless of socioeconomic status.
While in college I owned a company that produced raves and concerts near San Francisco. While I don't produce raves anymore, I still run on the side, which sells music.
I joke around a lot and act like a kid when I'm around cute little pets. I love plants and growing plants. If I get an avocado (yum!) I plant the seed.
One indicator of successful people is their ability to choose a greater reward that takes longer to achieve, versus an inferior reward that takes less time. I typically wait the longer period for the greater reward.
"Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity."
Horace Mann, address at Antioch College, 1859
US educator ()
"The Era of Procrastination, of Half-Measures, of Soothing and Baffling Expedients, of Delays, is coming to its Close. In its Place We are Entering a Period of Consequences."-Sir Winston Churchill, Novemb