The harsh and damp winter of 2023 in California appears to have finally subsided, spring flowers are blooming and the sunshine has emerged. For urban residents, the desire to spend time outside is just as strong as it is for anyone else, given the obvious benefits to one’s well-being. Spending a significant amount of time in the outdoors has been shown to increase happiness and promote good health over one’s lifespan. Being surrounded by nature and breathing fresh air is an effective way to strengthen the immune system and alleviate stress. Outdoor living areas provide an excellent opportunity to spend more time in nature, and research indicates that doing so can lower blood pressure, reduce muscle tension, and slow the heart rate.
Mosser is pleased to boast outdoor living areas in many of our properties, with amenities including yards, patios, roof decks, swimming pools and some dog runs. All this allows residents to expand their living space and lifestyle to include easy access and enjoyment of the great outdoors.
For example, Mosser’s building at 825 Post, in downtown San Francisco, offers abundant common space, including a secluded inner rooftop courtyard with a dog run and seated area for outdoor lounging. It’ a gorgeous dog-friendly building where classic architecture mixes with sleek modern updates and the residents can easily access and enjoy the warm weather. The building is currently offering classic and remodeled studios and one-bedroom units, with a one-month concession on a 13-month lease. Call Mosser Leasing to find other apartments with outdoor living space in the San Francisco Bay Area: 415.673.1608 or Los Angeles: 424.260.7560.
Mosser offers a vast selection of apartments situated just a short walk away from some of the most breathtaking and spacious city parks, such as San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, San Francisco’s Marina, The Presidio and Alamo Square Park, famous for its picturesque view of the Victorian row known as The Painted Ladies. There are also many apartments in Oakland near the famous destination of Lake Merritt, or Morcom Rose Garden. And in Los Angeles, you can reside near MacArthur Park, Barnsdall Art Park and Griffith Park. These cherished parks provide a haven of natural beauty for those living in city apartments to relish. Moreover, residing in proximity to the trees, vegetation, and verdant expanses found within urban parks helps keep the air clean, encourages physical activity, and allows us to spend leisure time in nature.