bigbubba1972 saidI hate public laundry mats alt.I hate coined laundry machines alot too.I
would rather hand wash my clothes than use them any day.I can't afford
to use coined laundry machines at all.
OK, now I understand your question. First, your apartment must have laundry hookups for dryer venting, drain, water supply, and 220v.
If you don't, an alternate to regular residential machines are ones for apartment, RV & marine use. The dryers have what's called "internal venting" which means they don't need an outside vent, but they do need some kind of drain or collection pan. They collect the moisture from the exhaust air in an internal condenser, and then this water is either drained or collected in a pan you empty. They also have models that run on 110v, like you have throughout your apartment.
The washer can be made to hook to your kitchen faucet, and it drains into the sink. You may need to get a wheel kit so you can move the washer out of the way when not in use. Portable dishwashers work the same way.
The drawback is that they are very expensive, and the dryers operate very slowly. They will also put a lot of heat into your apartment, and some moisture, so you typically need some windows open. And you may still need your landlord's approval. Google for the different companies that make them, including Bosch.