Wednesday, September 29, 2004

APARTMENT HUNTERS AND GATHERERS

This morning on the way to the subway i ran into my friend Mandy who was looking to find someone to take over her room across the street from me. The rent was super cheap and I thought about how my friend Jordache has been looking for a place, called him, and five minutes later Mandy found a person to take her place. Everyone was stoked.

So I thought, there's so many times when my friends are looking to fill an occupancey for a room. I post it up on here or go through my emails and find friends who are looking for a place... So i decided that this posting would be used to help people find a place to live in the city or wherever an apartment is available. i'm gonna put a link to this posting to the sidebar on the right so it's easy to access.

If you've got a room in your apartment that you wanna find an occupant for, post the details and shit. hopefully this will help some people out.

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey I'm renting my room for two months,Oct 1 - Nov 30. The great place is in Williamsburg off the Lorimer stop. I'll be on tour for two months, this is my room. It's furnished, with every thing you need, just bring clothes. Here's the craigslist link with pics!

http://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/sub/43947691.html

-Chris

Anonymous said...

Im looking for a 2 bedroom apartment - preferably under $2000 - in the east village, LES, or UWS. Email hannahtws@yahoo.com

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Anonymous said...

Chris' room is definitly grand. I can vouch for that!
;-) -- Pauline

Anonymous said...

Sub-lease in Chicago!

The biggest bedroom in my amazing apartment (three BR, two BA, tree lined street, back yard with free gas grill, a/c, free laundry, fully furnished, two staircases, cable/internet, walking distance to
brown/red/purple line and wrigley field and lake, two gorgeous roommates) is available immediately! This bedroom is probably about 12x18, has two
large deep closets, a window with eastern exposure facing the quiet tree-lined street and an alcove with a skylight, plus phone jack and cable jack. Rent is $625 plus utlities with the option to renew lease! Please
help us out and spread the word! Have anyone(guy or girl) contact me via e-mail(danaATbetterpropagandaDOTcom) or my cell (847) 917-4404 for more info or to come see it!

Anonymous said...

Jesus, now you think you're Craigslist? And you have a friend named Jordache? Poor kid.

Anonymous said...

Why, thank you Pauline.
-Chris

Anonymous said...

"jordache" is actually this persons name? that's great, cause my friend, sassoon, is looking for a compatible roommate and this "jordache" person sounds perfect. s.t.

Laurent said...

Does Victor's cousin-in-law know about this uygay?

Anonymous said...

Jordache is actually Jordan- it's the nickname he came up with, for himself, no less.

Anonymous said...

every guy I've ever known named jordan was a douche.

Anonymous said...

i think it's so awsome that someone is trying to justify why jordache is called jordache. it's just a hillariously stupid name. i don't care if he gave it to himself. the fact that his name represents a copyright infringement on possibly the cheeziest type of jeans that ever hugged 80's suburban buttcheeks is classic. i'm wondering, do you think he'd mind being called "leg-warmer"? if not, my buddy sassoon has all the more reason to like this "jordache". s.t.

Sarah said...

yo, this is for apartment postings. not a place to discuss sergio valente.

Sarah said...

yo, this is for apartment postings. not a place to discuss sergio valente.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

i always like jordache, but was more of a palmetto's girl, myself. that was the walmart brand.

your gripe is the exact reason you should not try to be craigslist.

Anonymous said...

ha ha, palmetto's girl. that's awsome. i forgot about that sweetest of sweet brands. and you're right jordache and sara should not turn this into crrraigslist. "jordache!" that's the fucking best thing i've heard in a while. for some reason i just can't stop laughing at that name, and that everyone is quick to clown him. s.t.

Anonymous said...

I'm looking for somebody nice to sublet my
room for the month of November.

You get:
Beautiful large blue bedroom/multi-purpose room
Shared kitchen and pink bathroom with lovely
27-year-old female roommate
Ideal location in Greenpoint -- two steps to Nassau
stop on G and 10-minute walk or speedy bus to
Bedford stop on L
All furnished (highlights include awesome bed,
somewhat moody futon and rad retro standup
ashtray, though the latter can be used outdoors
only)

I get:
$600

It's a steal.
write delsannio@earthlink.net

Thank you Sarah!

Anonymous said...

Super-Duper Cheap Apartment for Rent in Brooklyn.

My name is Brian. My e-mail is
plasticintheafterlife@yahoo.com

One smallish room, two blocks away from 'd' (express) and 'm' train in the Sunset Park district of Brooklyn. Three stops away from Manhattan. Large laundromat across the street with arcade games and Spanish language soap operas.


The apartment is on the first floor and has its own backyard with garden area and bar-b-q. Neighborhood is quiet with lots of bodegas, cheap chinese places and a supermarket within walking distance. All mod cons: fridge, oven, stove, shower with hot water, cable internet, jub-jub bird in backyard, plastic gun that shoots ping-pong balls, baby red-eared slider turtle, lots of closet space.

We are two males and a female in our early twenties looking for one roomate (room is really only big enough for one), preferably female to help attain a gender balance, but will go with male if you are cool.

Tell us how cool you are and why you deserve this awesomely cheap room of awesomeness. Looking to fill the room ASAP. Seriously, As soon as possible, like within the next week. Seriously.

Anonymous said...

Super-Duper Cheap Apartment for Rent in Brooklyn.
$425.

My name is Brian. My e-mail is
plasticintheafterlife@yahoo.com

One smallish room, two blocks away from 'd' (express) and 'm' train in the Sunset Park district of Brooklyn. Three stops away from Manhattan. Large laundromat across the street with arcade games and Spanish language soap operas.


The apartment is on the first floor and has its own backyard with garden area and bar-b-q. Neighborhood is quiet with lots of bodegas, cheap chinese places and a supermarket within walking distance. All mod cons: fridge, oven, stove, shower with hot water, cable internet, jub-jub bird in backyard, plastic gun that shoots ping-pong balls, baby red-eared slider turtle, lots of closet space.

We are two males and a female in our early twenties looking for one roomate (room is really only big enough for one), preferably female to help attain a gender balance, but will go with male if you are cool.

Tell us how cool you are and why you deserve this awesomely cheap room of awesomeness. Looking to fill the room ASAP. Seriously, As soon as possible, like within the next week. Seriously.

Anonymous said...

Super-Duper Cheap Apartment for Rent in Brooklyn.
$425.

My name is Brian. My e-mail is
plasticintheafterlife@yahoo.com

One smallish room, two blocks away from 'd' (express) and 'm' train in the Sunset Park district of Brooklyn. Three stops away from Manhattan. Large laundromat across the street with arcade games and Spanish language soap operas.


The apartment is on the first floor and has its own backyard with garden area and bar-b-q. Neighborhood is quiet with lots of bodegas, cheap chinese places and a supermarket within walking distance. All mod cons: fridge, oven, stove, shower with hot water, cable internet, jub-jub bird in backyard, plastic gun that shoots ping-pong balls, baby red-eared slider turtle, lots of closet space.

We are two males and a female in our early twenties looking for one roomate (room is really only big enough for one), preferably female to help attain a gender balance, but will go with male if you are cool.

Tell us how cool you are and why you deserve this awesomely cheap room of awesomeness. Looking to fill the room ASAP. Seriously, As soon as possible, like within the next week. Seriously.

heather lauren said...

I am looking for a studio for about $950 or less in Hoboken, Manhattan, or Brooklyn.

Bear said...

I need a place to live. dunno how long i'd spend there daily, dunno if it's for the long run. if you need a guy for a month or two, i'll take it. would definately help find a replacement if i go. probably touring early 2005. preferably under 800. Brooklyn please. nice guy, laid back, down with just about anything. Can you help?

Anonymous said...

Hi - I found a great 2br apartment but need a roommate:
it's 800 sq feet with a private brick garden the same size.
2 bedrooms, one larger, with a closet and a smaller one, without a closet, but there is one in the hall, and would be room for an armoire in the smaller room.
a long kitchen with a counter to eat on (and it's painted a really fun bright orange)
a pretty big living room with one wall of floor to ceiling built in shelves
on 12th btw 5th and university (a block from the Strand!) and 2-3 blocks from union square (subways)
$2650 for 2 people.
also, there's storage space in a basement.
If anyone is interested and normal and fun...email me please!!
jkozero@yahoo.com
i'm 28, female, down to earth, like to go out etc etc.
Thanks!
Jenna