Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today, we're looking at apartments renting around $3,400. ↑ A charming, sun-filled ป่าสนวัดจันทร์ two-bedroom in the West Village can be yours for $3,395/month. There’s tons of exposed brick here, along with French doors, arched windows, and a modern eat-in kitchen. ↑ A 750-square-foot apartment in Yorkville is renting for $3,415/month. The no-frills apartment is pretty modest, with a decent-sized living room and sizable bedroom, and one bathroom. Other than that, what you see is what you get. [ Floorplan ] ↑ On the Lower East Side, a renovated two-bedroom seeks $3,400/month.
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Someone on Craigslist actually put up what amounted to a portion of their living room for $1295 per month in their fancy high rise apartment. As you can see, it was sectioned off with some classy A-F panels for privacy. The post was flagged by Craigslist users and taken down. You can now rent a shared room with a bunk bed in San Francisco for $1800 a month. Vinyasa Homes , the co-living project renting out these four bunks to a room, likes to keep it private, but according to local SF TV news station KPIX, about 30 people live in the experimental housing project – most of them from out of the country or just getting their start in San Francisco. Someone handling the property at 1042 Folsom Street also seemed to think bunk beds were the sweet answer to San Francisco’s ridiculous housing market. A Craigslist ad enticed renters to “live with friends” by way of sharing a room with a bunk bed for $1,200 each at the time. The place packs 25 people and rent is currently in the $1,250 to $1,900 range, according to a site connected to the property. You may be getting the picture this is a trend in the city. Bunk beds seem a good deal for landlords looking to squeeze as much rental real estate in as possible.
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