Very spacious, converted loft that houses academics, musicians, and artists above the Mayflower Poultry Co. Just off the beaten path, super convenient. Not like staying in a hotel, for better or worse.
There is a lot of open space. There is a lot of history. The front part of the loft is used as a recording studio / rehearsal space; we work with you to help avoid unwanted sound. But this means that interaction with other humans (musicians, artists, academics mostly) might occur.
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You'll have access to the whole back area of the loft that functions as a living space. Entry is downstairs through front of the building. Private room within lockable living space within multipurpose loft.
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We're a couple of academics who occassionally work from home (please inquire). Otherwise, we're not far away, at Northeastern and Harvard-Fenway. We're around each morning and most evenings, and would be more than happy to chat and help you find whatever it is you're looking for. If you're on the quieter side, we're pretty sensitive people and will leave you alone. If you're more gregarious, we are social people that enjoy conversation and community, but like everyone, need our private time sometimes. Please don't wake us for belly rubs if you can't sleep.
We expect people to behave like adults. That means you should be communicative and conscientious about things that could affect others in the living space.
You're welcome to consume our consumables (like cleaning/hygiene supplies, at your own risk) as long as you write a note if something gets used up so we know to replace it.
- no fire-making until we talk about it
- no parties unless we talk about it (if we talk about it though, there is professional sound)
- no pets unless we talk about it
- no kids for now because of the roughness around the edges
Hook up a laptop to either a big wall projector or to a large screen TV in your room (HDMI, display port).
Grew up in Rochester, NY; college at Penn State (with a year stint in Strasbourg, France); PhD at University of Chicago; postdoc at University of Illinois at Chicago; now a research scientist at Northeastern University
I do research in social neuroscience, psychoneuroimmunology, and developmental biopsychology.
I like sharing stories, over a drink or cup of tea or coffee, and have traveled to a fair number of different places. I'm a considerate guest.