This Week in Real Estate

This has been a season of moving for a lot of monsters around here, so let me offer up two really great housing options in two ridiculously expensive cities.

Do you remember when you were young and you backpacked through Europe (if you were so lucky) and stayed at a bunch of random hostels? Well now you can live that life in New York City! Hooray! You can have 21 roommates and basically nowhere to walk or even store any stuff.

This is your bedroom!

What a wonderland! (Also, a note to the guy who is filming this, that is definitely not enough closet space for all of those girls in the girls room. It’s probably not even enough room for me by myself.)

Did you run out to rent that already or are you still on the fence? Perhaps having all those roommates that isn’t really your speed. Maybe you really want more alone time and personal space? Here is an option for you in San Francisco!

It has natural light, wifi  and even possible mobility!

This will be perfect for you! Located in a “mostly safe” neighborhood this is a great deal, especially if you can make friends with the parking cop and get on their good side. What is lacking in square footage is a steal at $2000/month!

Happy Moving!

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16 Responses to This Week in Real Estate

  1. The Property Brothers could make both of those into your dream home!!!

  2. Whenever I get bummed about living out in the boondocks, I remember what a friend of mine when through recently while looking for an apartment in San Francisco, and I feel a lot better.

    • Also this Tumblr is great for more of this kind of thing, if anyone hasn’t seen it: http://www.worstroom.com/

      • Sota says:

        This is the best! Oh man.

      • old man fatima says:

        I had no idea there were so many different spaces in my home that I could rent out. I’ve been renting the spare room like a sucker when I could have rented the kitchen, *both* hallways, at least two people in the living room, and the space under my kitchen table. I could be living like a king!

      • This is terrifying. I can clearly picture so many of these as murder scenes.

      • catweazle says:

        The first place I lived in Chicago had a room kind of like some of those. It was on the first floor and was barely big enough for a full size bed. It had a tiny closet and once upon a time had a window, but that had been painted over so it was completely pitch dark when the door was closed. We used it as a “guest room” for a while but when there were six of us living there somebody paid like $200/month for it.

  3. Remember learning in history about how terrible cities were back in the day? With tenements and people living on top of each other?

    I’m glad those days are over.

  4. Casey says:

    This would be a really great way to get to know every square inch of the city because you would never, ever want to be at your apartment.

  5. summerestherson says:

    Gotta hand it to the NYC hostel guy for willingness to take an idea and run with it. “Just…put some bunk beds in there! And we’ll get some shelving from Ikea and call it a day. Please give me a million dollars.”

  6. mrsberesford says:

    I suddenly feel #soblessed to live in a real, honest-to-god San Francisco bedroom. 1%, right here!!!

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