|City||Venice, Los Angeles, CA|
|People||Cat (current tenant)|
Nona (former tenant)
The apartment used to be Nona and Cat's, but Nona moved to Elderly Acres. Therefore, Sam moved in with Cat as a roommate, and they currently live together. In #FavoriteShow, Sam gets all the That's a Drag! props into the apartment, and sends all the original furniture into a storage warehouse the That's a Drag! props were supposed to go.
- Living room - the living room is the room that a person would immediately enter in through the front door. There is a couch in the middle of the room and in front of it is a TV. Beside the couch is a lamp. The current furniture all came from the set of That's a Drag!.
- Kitchen - the kitchen is next to the living room. It has a retro metal fridge, a sink, cabinets, a counter, a stove, and an oven.
- Sam and Cat's bedroom (formerly Nona's bedroom) - Sam and Cat share a bedroom in the back of the apartment. One half is Sam's side with dark-colored walls and tomboyish stuff and meat. The other half is Cat's side, which is all decorated pink and girly with stuffed animals and other girly items and gadgets (pink flower alarm clock, butterfly string lights, girly stationary items, etc.).
- Nona first moved in the apartment sometime in 2012. After a rough babysitting experience, she moved out of the home in 2013 to live at Elderly Acres.
- Cat Valentine, Nona's granddaughter, moved in with her in February 2013 after a slight misunderstanding over her grandmother's announcement of the move (she confused Venice, CA with Venice, Italy). She is now staying here and now sublets from her grandmother after she moves away since her parents are staying with her brother in a mental asylum for between six months and two years, and she herself has had to run away from her strict and mean uncle and aunt.
- Sam Puckett spent the night here in #Pilot and was responsible for bringing Nona to Elderly Acres despite Cat's protests. She decided to move in and become Cat's current roommate and start a babysitting business with her.
- The reason why Sam and Cat's apartment is named 22 is because 22 is Dan Schneider's wife, Lisa Lillien's favorite number.
- This is the only place to appear in every episode.
- It wasn't used for the filming of #BlooperEpisode, but appears in several clips. It's not a regular episode, however.
- The set was different in #Pilot. For example, it is missing the door next to the fridge.
- The light-up S in Sam's wall is an "S" from a Subway sign.
- There is a picture of the blue remote Sam used for the iCarly webshow in Sam's side of the bedroom.
- There is a picture of Erwin Sikowitz in Cat's side of the bedroom.
- According to #FirstClassProblems, they have a 50 inch television screen.
- The TV can be seen in #TheKillerTunaJump when Jade and Sam play a video game in their bedroom.
- Cat's side of the bedroom is decorated similarly to her bedroom in Victorious.
- Her Victorious bedroom was slightly less girly and pinkish (and isn't full of stuffed animals) while this one is.
- There is a pink bra similar to George the Bra from the iCarly webshow in Sam's side of the bedroom.
- Its most amount of time is in #YayDay, where it appears in every but one scene, and its least amount of time is in #Lumpatious, where it appears in only one scene.
- There's a hidden room behind a wall safe in Sam's closet.