A Look inside Affordable NYC Housing (31 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       21 May 2013       6990       2

“The Worst Room” blog investigates the various, reasonably priced living spaces you can expect to find in New York City.
 

Williamsburg, Brooklyn. $750.00

 “YOU CANNOT STAND UP”

Bushwick, Brooklyn. $1075.00

“furnished room”

East New York, Brooklyn. $600.00

“NO STOVE POWERFUL MICROWAVE ONLY”

“FOR SINGLE MAN ONLY”

Murray Hill, Manhattan. $950.00

“The room has no window but has a fan.”

East Village, Manhattan. $700.00

“comfy L shaped sofa… just for you!”

East Village, Manhattan. $700.00

(Loft Bed Above Closet in Kitchen)

South Williamsburg, Brooklyn. $650.00
Upper West Side, Manhattan. $649.00
“One bed in shared room with 3 other girls. There are bunk beds.”
Greenpoint, Brooklyn. $400.00

“Shared basement”

Union Square, Manhattan. $1000.00

“I am looking for someone to move into a large closet space in one of the three bedrooms of my apartment. The bedroom has two closets but there is no need for it so we are looking to sublet it as a living space to a 4th roommate. The closet is about 5 feet wide and 7 feet long. It has no windows and think it would be ideal for a twin size bed and small night stand.”

Upper East Side, Manhattan. $1600.00

(Twin bed with Fax Machine)

East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. $700.00
“The room was built as a custom recording room but is currently being converted into a bedroom”
East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. $1249.00

(Do you really need to see inside the rooms?)

Bushwick, Brooklyn. $750.00

“bed nook”

Brighton Beach, Brooklyn. $500.00
McKibben Lofts, Bushwick, Brooklyn. $900.00
Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. $600.00

“special deal only for someone with a cat”

Bushwick, Brooklyn. $950.00
Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. $725.00

“with kitchen”

South Slope, Brooklyn. $800.00

“Almost a studio” 

“Room has no windows but utilities included”

West Village, Manhattan. $1900.00
“Loft bed setup with workstation”
Washington Heights, Manhattan. $300/month

(The Breakfast Nook)

McKibben Lofts. Bushwick, Brooklyn. $800.00

Ad describes room as “Terrarium”

Prospect Lefferts Gardens, BrooklynTop bunk is $500 per month, bottom bunk is $600 per month

 “Looking for two roommates.” 

“Top bunk is $500 per month, bottom bunk is $600 per month.”

Upper East Side, Manhattan. $1600.00

“My roommate and I are both 5’4” (165 cm) and don’t even notice the ceilings, but my boyfriend who is 6’ (182 cm) sometimes has to watch his head.”

Park Slope, Brooklyn. $750.00

“THERE ARE NO WINDOWS. the room has great lighting. it’s beautiful.”

East Village, Manhattan. $1600.00
Park Slope, Brooklyn. $1100.00

“Must be OK with low ceilings.”

Williamsburg, Brooklyn. $1250.00

“Move in today!”



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User201 7 year s ago
#24 is ok for me, i would rent it out if I live there only.
       
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oddbal 7 year s ago
Screw big cities, these places are about as big as my bathroom.
       
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