Tag Archives: Housing

Adjunct Instructor Seeking Roommate – Kensington

Draper Students – are you in search of an apartment share? Erin Heiser, adjunct instructor at NYU Liberal Studies, is looking for a roommate.

Full Details Here

Summer Sublet in Crown Heights, May 1 – July 31

Draper Alumna Winona Packer is offering a sublet in Crown Heights for the summer! Details here: http://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/sub/4966944549.html

Roommate Opportunity

Second Year Draperite Matthew Zundel is seeking a new roommate to sign a lease with, or to move into a place where someone needs a room filled. His search criteria are as follows:

I am currently looking for someone to sign a lease with starting out this new year. As per rent and location I am looking to spend no more than $750/mo but preferably $700 or lower. I’m looking primarily in Harlem/Washington Heights/Inwood and in various parts of Brooklyn. Move in/lease signing could either be September 1st or October 1st, depending on your own interest and availability.

And just a little bit more about me, I focus on Gender and Sexuality within the program and I will be writing my thesis on an Italian gay liberation theorist and his literary works. I’ve had an unforgettable experience in Draper so far, and would very much like to finish my last year in the company of more draperites!

If you are at all interested in either signing a lease with me or having me fill a vacancy in your room then you can email me at mpz214[at]nyu.edu.

Thanks so much for your time and here’s to an exciting new school year!

Roommate needed: Astoria, $800/month, starting August 1st

Roommate needed! 1 bedroom is available in my 2-bedroom apartment. We have a VERY sizeable living room, bathroom, and a nice little kitchen with a brand-spankin’-new oven that was just installed a few months ago. It’s quiet, with nice, big windows, hardwood floors, and tremendous natural light.
If you’re interested, please call me at 716.725.3081 or e-mail me at cmm766@nyu.edu so I can get to know you better.
Beginning when? August 2013
How much? $800 per person, per month. This includes Heat and Hot Water, but not electric or cable. I’d say that, including those two, budget about $900 a month.
Where? Astoria, Queens. It’s <1 mile to the N, Q, R, M and (by quick transfer), F, E, and 7 lines. It’s about a 30-45 minute subway ride into the city.
Who am I, and Who am I looking for? As your future roommate, I’m a 2nd-year Draper student (female) in the dual-degree program (I’m also getting my MLS through LIU). Because I have a really heavy work load, I need a roommate who is able to pay rent/utilities on time, is (reasonably) tidy, and is respectfully quiet. You’re welcome to contact me whether you’re male or female. I believe that home should be a safe, restful, healthy environment: if you agree, and if the price is right for you, let’s make this happen!
What’s so cool about Astoria? More like, what isn’t cool about Astoria?
– It’s far enough outside of Manhattan that it’s not super loud or overridden by undergrads. (Admit it: they’re loud). I live right by little Egypt, but there’s a huge Greek community here, too. The neighbourhood is a great cross-section of young professionals, artists, students, and families. It’s a great place to live, and it’s quite safe, too.
– The pizza place down the block is the nicest place in the world. I spend a considerable amount of time there during midterms.
– 30th Avenue, right by my (our?) apartment has a great selection of bars, cafes, bakeries, etc.
– Astoria park isn’t too far away either. We even have a kickball team that plays every other Sunday. Trust me, you don’t have to be good, but the people who come are really a fantastic bunch.
– We’ve got pretty much anything you need: clothing & apparel, grocery stores, ORGANIC grocery stores, shopping, hookah lounges, transport, decent community. Heck, we’ve even got the Museum of the Moving Image. It’s a great place to be.

Caitlin MacKenzie Mannion
MSLIS Candidate, 2013
Long Island University, Manhattan Campus
MA Candidate (Interdisciplinary Studies), 2014
New York University

Apartment for Rent – Bed Stuy/Bushwick

$1500 / 2br – 2 Bedroom Railroad Available July 1 (Bed Stuy/Bushwick)

This 2 bedroom railroad style apartment is situated just a few blocks on the Bed Stuy side of Broadway close to Bushwick. It’s on the South side of Kosciuszko near Stuyvesant, a seven minute walk from the JMZ Myrtle/Broadway stop (20 min to Manhattan), and 15 min walk from the Utica A/C. It’s a quiet, old brick building with heat and hot water included, on the second floor of a four-story, with some furnishings available. There’s some exposed brick in the living room and one bedroom. It’s a pretty good size with hardwood floors, marble tile in the kitchen, and is definitely under market value at $1500 a month. We’re using the 2nd bedroom as an office/storage space now but it’s certainly suitable as a bedroom. The space is, however, probably best suited to a couple rather than roommates.
The landlord requires a $100 credit check/application fee and one or two month security deposit dependent upon credit.
Please email if you’re interested in learning more.

Folks can email me at kluth.aj@gmail.com or call 347-831-4253.