Sugar daddy vibes at Infinity at the Rim
I still remember my days at UTSA. It was close to 5 years ago but hey who's really counting. I majored in English and concentrated in Creative Writing and one of the perks of that was my classes would always be late at night. I didn't really have time to have a job between classes so my friends and I would lunch as ladies do at various restaurants at La Cantera and at The Rim. I say lunch loosely because lunch for us was order appetizers and camp at the table for hours.
Since graduating I limit my time at the Rim has to brunching at The Rustic, The General Public and Mash'd. If they built a Mutts Cantina, I'd move in yesterday, just sayn'. I also tend to stay away since Home Goods is dangerous. It's just not good for my wallet. That's why I titled this Sugar Daddy Vibes. I often joke around that my goal in life is to basically workout, shop and lunch/brunch, go get pampered, sleep and repeat. I say this tongue in cheek because for some reason I really like to do projects, help people and I generally can't say no to things. So maybe after all this I need some financial backing to afford to give back. Wow, how extra is that.
On this episode of House Hunters: I recently toured the Infinity at the Rim apartments and fell in love with a huge list of things. It's such a bright establishment that I personally knew I could live there and be happy. Each room is a smart room. Not like that creepy smart house movie but in every room you'll find an Amazon Alexa as well as a Nest. You can basically control your whole living area with the sound of your voice (unless you lose your voice which I often do).
It's honestly built with youth in mind as a lot of the amenities cater to living your best life. They have an excellent fitness center and plan another one outdoors. Another huge plus is plenty of shared outdoor hangout space perfect to find your chico del apartamento 512. They have a great courtyard and a sky lounge with a breathtaking view. I wish I had had the time to do a time lapse because if I did then I'd play that for you to sell you on the views. I'm an aesthetics person.
The complex is filling up fast and is pre-leasing living spaces starting in the low $1000s. With all the amenities and beautiful decor it's worth every cent. At least it would be if I could afford it but right now I'm convinced that saving money to go to Peru is a million times more worth it. So for now I'll always have these pictures to keep me warm.
this post was brought to you by infinity at the rim but my sarcasm is real