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Thu Feb 14 19:03:58 CET 2013
At 23b, we pay $850/mo for 1,024 square feet with a small loft. This
is located in Fullerton, CA which is about 20 miles from downtown Los
Angeles, or about 5 miles from Disneyland. The space is industrial but
close to our train station and the downtown area. We also pay about
$100/mo for power, $100/mo for insurance and another $85 or so for
Internet. Total expenses run about $1,200/mo and we have 6-7 rent
payers and get a few donations.
Around here, anything under $1/square foot that's not in a ghetto is
On Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 9:34 AM, Al Billings <albill at openbuddha.com> wrote:
> The idea that you can get a 40,000 sq ft space for $25,000 makes me want to
> cry too.
> Ace Monster Toys has a 1,600 sq ft space that costs about $1 sq ft but we
> don't have to pay for power.
> Al Billings
> On Thursday, February 14, 2013 at 9:26 AM, Gui Cavalcanti wrote:
> Artisan's Asylum here, for a funny aside and a sense of scale. We pay on the
> order of $25,000 a month in rent and $6,000 a month in electricity for
> 40,000 square feet. We're currently getting a discount on our rent, so that
> number is eventually going to go up slightly. We're in an extremely well
> maintained warehouse that's less than a mile from MIT and Harvard, in
> Somerville, Massachusetts.
> The idea that someone could get a 5,000 square foot warehouse for less than
> $1,000 a month makes me want to cry a little.
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