Fun • hardworking • tidy • documentary • indigenous • decolonize
Excited to share this amazing apartment in a great community!
2 Guest max.
Responds within 24hrs.
ABOUT MY SPACE
Sunny, airy, clean, 2 bedroom apartment conveniently located 1 block from the L train at Grand Street, 15 minutes from Union Square. Wi-fi, 1 private bedroom with AC, large eat in kitchen and beautiful living room, and full bath with rain shower.
Our two bedroom apartment is well appointed with lots of windows and is on the third floor of a walk up three story apartment building. The building is very quiet and only has 3 other tenants.
This bedroom has:
- Double bed
- AC unit
- Place to hang clothing
- 2 pillows
For your use, we provide…
- free WiFi
- free luggage storage
- bathroom with bathtub and rain shower
- kitchen: pots and pans, utensils, spices, plates, cups, and bowls
Guest access: Full access to the living areas and a private bedroom.
Interaction with guests: Most Definitely!
Other things to note:
The second bedroom in the apartment is occupied but the tenant works full time and travels for work. We have a beautiful living room that is a great common area, and the bedrooms are private located on opposite sides of the living room.
Our neighbourhood is safe and fun! We have lived here for over 5 years and enjoy our quality life on this block. Our apartment is within walking distance to an abundance of great places to eat, drink, and shop in Williamsburg. Ask us for recommendations we have more than a few!
Our apartment is located 1 block from the L train Grand Street stop it is also within walking distance of Bedford Avenue, the Williamsburg Bridge and McCarren Park and McCarren Public Outdoor Pool. It is easy to hail a taxi or a ride sharing app in our neighbourhood.
✓ Air conditioning
✓ 1 Double bed
✓ No smoking allowed
✓ No pets allowed
ABOUT ME & MY WORK
I am a documentary filmmaker originally from Canada. I work back and forth in both the US and Canada, and travel a lot for work. I love films, drinks with friends and fresh flowers.
My film work as a Director concerns Indigenous issues in Canada, the US and the world. As a film Producer, I work to support other filmmakers and help them find funding, support their art, and find their audience. Being apart of the documentary filmmaking community is important to me, and helping others is always the goal to make sure underrepresented voices and stories are heard.
CREE CODE TALKER (video)
Explores the role of Canadian Cree code talker Charles "Checker" Tomkins during WWII. Digging deep into the US archives it depicts the true story of Charles' involvement with the US Air Force and the developments of the code talkers communication system, using the Cree language as a vital secret weapon in combat.