Rent and move-in date negotiable! My current rent is 1620 (awesome discount!) This sublet is for Nov. 2017 – June 2018, with the option to […]
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Kitchen has granite counter tops, black appliances, refrigerator is included. Laundry available downstairs. Bedroom has a closet and so does the dressing area in the […]
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Looking for somebody preferably to take over my lease or sublet for at least one semester. A cozy, fully furnished bedroom in a 4-bedroom apartment […]
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Looking for one or two people to fill open rooms on the third floor of a 2nd/3rd floor house share. Available September 1st, possibly sooner. […]
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HUGE ROOM in unique loft apartment, available for rent from August 24, 2017 – May 31, 2018. Also available by semester if you are going […]
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