Spacious room available for rent from August 24, 2017 – May 31, 2018. Located in converted loft apartment at 42nd and Delancey. Also available by […]
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Hi, I am subletting out a room in a Delancey townhouse perfect for those that need a place in University City for the summer anytime […]
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This is a small, cozy room in a beautiful victorian style 10 bedroom house on Spruce street. We are looking for a subletter for the […]
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$750/month For the fall semester (August-December). One room in apartment on 40th and Chancellor Street. The apartment is 8-bedroom, 3 bathrooms, washing/drying machine, and a […]
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Price is negotiable. Room in 3BR/1B apt on 42nd and Spruce streets. Quiet neighbors. Sublet available immediately until late August! Additional info: -wifi/AC/utilities included -lots […]
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