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Fox Run apartments in Los Angeles are offering their tenants a unique opportunity to live on the same floor as other members of the same family.
The rental unit in the Fox Run building has an attached loft, with a fireplace, dining room, living room, dining hall, dining table, bathroom and guest bedroom.
Fox Run rents out the units through the nonprofit Fox Run Families.
For now, Fox Run is a rental with an “open door policy,” meaning the apartments can be used by anyone regardless of age, gender, race, disability or background.
It also allows renters to get to know each other by staying up late on weekends and by sharing their own space with roommates.
Fox Run says the apartment is not a home for everyone.
But, the Fox Family offers a safe place to live with its members and to connect with other people.
“I love living with my fox family,” said Fox Run President and CEO Jennifer Mays.
This is the first time in my life that I’ve been in a home where we are all the same, and we’re all the fox family.
Fox Family is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.