Available August 1, 2018.
The 2-bedroom apartment is the top floor of my 2-family home on 49th Street at 30th Avenue, Astoria. The place is very sunny, quiet, and charming on a residential tree-linestreet; 1 large bedroom and 1 small, LR, eat-in kitchen; full bath with tub and window; ample closet space; front porch; 3 blocks from 46th St. R/M subway, 1 block from supermarket and laundry and close to all Astoria amenities; parking/drive way available (not included in rent). Pets ok, up to 3 roommates ok. Perfect for graduate students or faculty.
The rent is $2,100 with one month deposit and no fee.
Text or call 718 440 7560.
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This post should be used to match roommates. Go ahead and list requests for roommates in the comments section. Please do be mindful, however, that this is an open forum and you should not post information that is too personal (i.e. addresses or telephone numbers) and be sure to meet each other the first time in a public place.
If you are coming to New York from another location, you may already be starting to think about housing for when you get here. Keep in mind that if you are currently an out-of-state student who will be trying to establish NY State residency (for in-state tuition purposes) you will need to do so by August 25th of 2018 in order to be eligible for in-state tuition in Fall of 2019. This applies to US citizens and US permanent residents only.
While the Graduate Center does have graduate housing, there are limited spots. You may want to contact Haslyn Miller, our housing specialist, at email@example.com for assistance in how to begin your housing search.
The next post on this blog will be allow you to seek out roommates. And we plan to have current GC students from out-of-state post about their experiences with various NYC neighborhoods. Keep checking back in to read their perspectives!