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Annemarie36 years oldLooking for a single professional who would like to share a 2 bedroom apt....
Jeffrey25 years old25 years old. Software Engineer. Clean, quiet, and respectful. Moving to Brooklyn for work at a tech startup. I'm super chill....
Whitney20 years oldI’m a college student and I work a lot. I’m a security guard and I go to Nassau Community College. I don’t drink or smoke. I’m extremely organized and clean. I work late shifts at ...
Jose Matilde56 years oldHello, my name is Jose Matilde, I'm looking for a room with a budget of 800 per month. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, Jose Matilde...
Chris31 years oldLooking a room for me and my cat..hes awsome jus need somewhere for us for a short time,maybe 3 months,I work full time and I also do uber eats....
Mio19 years oldHello, my name is Mio, I'm looking for a room with a budget of 750 per month. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, Mio...
Ivy26 years oldMove in jan 1st Looking to rent month to month...
Lynn22 years oldlooking for a place close to the Livingston NJ area...
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New York piques the imagination of people the world over. Living in the right location not only puts you in the middle of the action, it also saves your sanity by eliminating long, stuffy subway or above ground commutes. Professionals working in midtown may not have much time to plan activities, but with roommates in New York who know the go-to culture, night life or dining hot spots, you can skip the research! Think you can’t afford the impossibly fashionable Chelsea, Soho, Tribeca or Gramercy Park? There are great rooms for rent in New York right now, so you can be there when it happens. Those wanting an upscale address can rent a room on the Upper East Side. The City of New York is home to countless institutions of higher learning. Students from all over the world descend to attend the Julliard, Columbia, NYU or FIT, just to name a few. But no scholar chooses a school in New York to be limited within the confines of an institution.
Living with roommates goes beyond cheap rooms. Roommate wanted ads are for students, academics, artists, professionals and people of all disciplines. Broadway is synonymous with American theater. Film has never been limited to schools here, it is in the streets. With dozens of publishers, the literary arts are thriving. New York is cemented as the hottest visual art market in America with countless galleries and museums like The Met, the MOMA and The Guggenheim. Still, Manhattan does not hold the monopoly on architectural pieces. For example, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Crimson Beech is located on Staten Island, where one can rent a room for a bargain. Even more exciting, old and new art forms are continually evolving in this cultural center. Creatives can find the perfect space or rooms for rent in New York with the like-minded in Brooklyn Heights or the Village. With the right roommate finder service, even Queens, the Bronx, Flatbush or Flushing can become havens for creativity. On EasyRoommate, post or search roommates wanted listings. Find a roommate or two, or even more, so you can live exactly where you want.
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- Bedford-Stuyvesant average room rent $953
- Brooklyn average room rent $1,171
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- East Harlem average room rent $1,131
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