I am a female, early 30’s looking to move to the Upper West Side or Morningside Heights/West Harlem area around April 1st. I would consider other neighborhoods as well.
I am pretty active and enjoy running and going to the gym. I also like traveling and exploring the city. I have a cat, so I’m looking for someone who is cat-friendly/ a cat friendly place to stay.
Hello! I’m a 22 year old woman moving to NYC to start graduate school. I’d need to be on the West Side and preferably Morningside Heights or above. My max monthly budget is ~1000 but I have a little flexibility over that if it’s really a good fit. I’m active (love running, cycling, swimming, lifting), love to cook (and share what I make!), and am looking for a roommate who is friendly, outgoing, optimistic, and social.
I’m looking to move in the summer, anytime from the last week in May to early August. The earlier, the better!
Looking forward to hearing from you if this sounds like a good fit!
I’m looking for a room under $800 in Brooklyn, Queens, or Manhattan, on or before March 1.
It may seem like a long shot, but I figured I’d try. I have an art studio in Long Island City and want to downsize my current living situation, since I’m mainly at my studio.
About me — I’m an artist/designer with my own photography business. I’m in my early 30s and go to daily Mass throughout the week; I’m serious about the Faith!
If you have any questions, I’d love to hear from you.
Hello! I am a Catholic female professional, originally from NJ. I am now moving to NYC with my employer, after completing my MBA and living/working abroad for the past 2.5 years.
I’m looking for either a studio or a shared apartment in Manhattan. I am open to various locations. Move-in February or March, 2020.
Previous roommates have described me as respectful, clean, and kind. Happy to provide references upon request.