Perfect Pads For Working From Home

More people are working from home than ever before. About 3.2 million Americans, according to the Census Bureau’s annual American Community Survey.

And with winter storms sweeping the country this week, some people are being “forced” (we just call them lucky) to work from home for snow days. In honor of all those who have the wherewithal to do work (instead of laundry) at home, here are some pads we love that offer the perfect live/work balance.


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 Neighborhood: NE Portland |2705 SE Ash Street #1
Specs: $2,200 | 1 bedroom 1.5 bathrooms
Why we love it: Great location. Lots of light and perfect if you need to meet with clients.

Los Angeles

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 Neighborhood: New Downtown |Roosevelt Lofts 727 W 7th Street
Specs: $2,629 – $3,500 | Studios, 1 bedrooms, 2 bedrooms
Why we love it: Rooftop pool, enough said.

San Francisco

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 Neighborhood: South of Market | 973 Market Street
Specs: $3,500 | 1 bedroom 1 bathroom
Why we love it: In the heart of SF’s tech scene, pet-friendly and has a gym.


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Neighborhood: Taccony/Wissanoning7143 Keystone Street
Specs: $950 – $1,595 | Studio, 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms
Why we love it: 30-foot ceilings, views and close to airport and freeways.


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Neighborhood: West Town1313 Randolph Street Lofts
Specs: $1,867 – $2,218 | 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms
Why we love it: Access to a dedicated Internet cafe lounge and rooftop deck.


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Neighborhood: Industrial District | 3200 Airport Way S #25412
Specs: $4,500 | 2 bedrooms
Why we love it: Former warehouse. Enough space to host band practice or client meetings. Two blocks from light rail.