Thanks for the tips! I just saw the Wyeast belgian ale strains, and there's a few that can handle 80F-90F. I love Belgian ale, so I'm extremely excited to brew a batches of that in my apartment.
I've thought about the ice method, but I'm trying to have my beers brewing with little to no intervention from me. Putting fresh ice every day on my fermenters for several weeks is way more work than I want to be doing.
I don't have the space for another fridge, but I could possible rig up a water-cooling system using a small pump and some hosing. Again, this is more work than I would ideally be doing for each batch... I think I will try to stick with beers that like the temperatures I have available.
I've got an ale in my apartment right now. Should I move it down to the basement? I was afraid it was too cold in the basement at 60F-65F.