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New York City

New York City

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Rooms for rent in New York City

NYC - What a city!! Over 8 million people live in five boroughs – covering a space of 305 square miles. New York City, NYC, The Big Apple – it’s been immortalized in songs and films and truly is the city that never sleeps.
The lights on Broadway illuminate this incredible melting pot of cultures and diversity. Stroll through the iconic Central Park, visit the glorious Statue of Liberty and take a ride to the top of the Empire State Building.
The food in New York City is so varied that you will always find something to tempt your tastebuds – from fine dining to the hot dog and pretzel carts. And pizza is pretty much the staple food here, having been introduced in 1895.
More than 800 languages are spoken here. Chinatown and Little Italy are famous areas to visit. Take in a sporting event such as baseball, American football and basketball, as well as a choice of three ice hockey teams.
Living in New York City is no doubt expensive, but it’s easy to get around by subway, train, bus or the iconic yellow taxi. Perhaps get a pushbike or walk the city blocks.

Digital nomads and young professionals from around the world are coliving here while enjoying the excitement of the city, its incredible food and the constant buzz of excitement and creativity.
It truly is a fantastic city to experience coliving in.

Fun Facts about New York City:
· The public library is home to over 50 million books.
· A slice of pizza costs roughly the same price as a subway ticket – and always has – economists call it the Pizza Principle.
· The Federal Reserve Bank holds over $90 billion in gold.
· The Statue of Liberty was sent from France in 350 pieces.
· It was the first capital of the United States in 1789.
· People born in NYC include Joan Rivers, Donald Trump, Charlie Sheen, Al Pacino and Alicia Keys.

Neighborhoods in New York City:
- Manhattan
Alphabet City, Battery Park City, Carnegie Hill, Chelsea, Chinatown, East Harlem, East Village, Financial District, Flatiron District, Gramercy Park, Greenwich Village, Harlem, Hell's Kitchen/Clinton, Inwood, Kips Bay, Lincoln Square, Lower East Side, Manhattan Valley, Midtown East, Midtown West, Morningside Heights, Murray Hill, NoLita/Little Italy, Roosevelt Island, SoHo, Tribeca, Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Washington Heights, West Village

- Bronx
Baychester/Co-op City, Bedford Park, Belmont, Bronxdale, Castle Hill, City Island, Concourse Village/Grand Concourse/Morrisania, Country Club, Fieldston, Fordham, Hunts Point, Kingsbridge, Kingsbridge Heights, Melrose, Morris Heights, Morris Park, Mott Haven, Parkchester, Pelham Bay, Pelham Gardens, Pelham Parkway, Port Morris, Riverdale, Soundview, Throgs Neck, Tremont, University Heights, Wakefield, Williamsbridge, Woodlawn

- Queens
Arverne, Astoria, Bayside, Beechhurst, Belle Harbor/Neponsit, Bellerose, Briarwood, Broad Channel, Cambria Heights, College Point, Corona, Douglaston, East Elmhurst, Elmhurst, Far Rockaway, Floral Park, Flushing, Forest Hills, Fresh Meadows, Glen Oaks, Glendale, Hillcrest, Hollis, Hollis Hills, Howard Beach, Jackson Heights, Jamaica, Jamaica Estates, Jamaica Hills, Kew Gardens, Laurelton, Little Neck, Long Island City, Maspeth, Middle Village, Oakland Gardens, Ozone Park, Queens Village, Rego Park, Richmond Hill, Ridgewood, Rockaway Park, Rosedale, South Jamaica, South Ozone Park, Springfield Gardens, St. Albans, Sunnyside, Whitestone, Woodhaven, Woodside

- Brooklyn
Bath Beach, Bay Ridge, Bedford-Stuyvesant (Bed-Stuy), Bensonhurst, Bergen Beach, Boerum Hill, Borough Park, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn Heights, Brownsville, Bushwick, Canarsie, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Coney Island, Crown Heights, Cypress Hills, Downtown Brooklyn, Dumbo/Vinegar Hill, Dyker Heights, East New York, Flatbush, Flatlands, Fort Greene/Clinton Hill, Gerritsen Beach, Gowanus, Gravesend, Greenpoint, Greenwood Heights, Manhattan Beach, Marine Park, Midwood, Mill Basin, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Prospect Park South/Kensington, Red Hook, Sea Gate, Sheepshead Bay, Sunset Park, Williamsburg, Windsor Terrace

- Staten Island
Annadale, Arden Heights, Arrochar, Bay Street, Bulls Head, Castleton Corners, Charleston, Clifton, Dongan Hills, Eltingville, Emerson Hill, Graniteville, Grant City, Grasmere/Concord, Great Kills, Grymes Hill, Huguenot, Livingston, Manor Heights, Mariners Harbor, Midland Beach, New Brighton, New Dorp/New Dorp Beach, New Springville, Oakwood, Pleasant Plains, Port Richmond, Prince's Bay, Richmondtown, Rosebank, Rossville, Shore Acres, Silver Lake, South Beach, St. George, Stapleton, Sunnyside, Todt Hill, Tompkinsville, Tottenville, Travis, West New Brighton, Westerleigh, Willowbrook, Woodrow.

Renting a room in a room-share in New York City from $990

Discover an expanding selection of rooms for rent in New York City. Browse our comprehensive apartment share listings to find the perfect roommate in New York City. Our apartment shares, available for a minimum of 1 month, typically feature 3 or more bedrooms. Home-sharing or room-sharing is often more flexible and can be rented on a monthly basis. Choose between rooms with private bathrooms or those with shared facilities. With the rising cost of living in New York City, sharing an apartment becomes an economical choice, making our listings ideal for student accommodations. To find your next room in New York City, start your roommate search with us today.

Finding affordable communal living in New York City

Finding affordable housing in New York City can be tough, especially in cities with high rent prices. One solution that many people turn to is communal living with shared spaces and roommates. This can be a cost-effective way to have a private room while still being able to afford rent in a desirable location. There are a few different options for finding a shared living arrangement in New York City. One option is to look for a private room for rent in a coliving home. This can be a good option for people who want some privacy, but still want to be part of a community. Another option is to look for a shared room, where you'll be sharing a bedroom with one or more roommates. This can be more affordable, as you'll only be responsible for paying for your own bed. The downside is that you'll have less privacy, as you'll be sharing a bedroom with others. You can find both accommodation options on Coliving.com. We can help you find a compatible roommate based on your preferences and lifestyle. Some hosts do background checks and eviction history checks to ensure that the roommates you're living with are trustworthy individuals. When looking for a shared living arrangement, it's important to do your due diligence and make sure that you're comfortable with the living arrangement and the people you'll be living with.

What is coliving?

Coliving is a new trend amongst millennials for renting shared apartments. Whether you're moving to New York City for work or just looking for a new apartment, coliving in New York City is a good way to save money and live with like-minded people. Co-living places people from different backgrounds together and encourages them to interact, collaborate and form new friendships. When compared to dorms, coliving is much more attractive, since it's relatively inexpensive, all-inclusive and allows you to rent a furnished room with an individual lease. Coliving is perfect for students, digital nomads, remote workers, young professionals, interns and people in general who relocate to a new city for work.

Affordable and social housing in New York City

Looking for an affordable and social housing option in New York City? Consider coliving, a trend in shared apartment rentals that brings together individuals from diverse backgrounds to live, work, and form new friendships. Coliving in New York City is a cost-effective alternative to dorms, offering furnished rooms with individual leases and all-inclusive pricing.

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