Spring 2019 Sublet in 5bed/2bath FURNISHED apartment in Hamilton Court. Benefits include: – Recently remodeled, stainless steel appliances – Utilities and Wifi Included – Laundry […]
Subletting my room in The Radian, a luxury apartment complex, beginning on January 1st. – Across the street from Penn’s campus, walking distance to Drexel […]
Walk in closet included Very luxurious, clean, great amenities Text/call me: 2489049868 Claire Shin
Up to seven rooms available for sublet! Price negotiable, large house and large bedrooms with two kitchens, 4 bathrooms, washer dryer, and more.
Spacious bedroom located on 318 S. 40th st. It is a 5 minute walk to the heart of Penn’s campus. The room is secluded on […]
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