The bedroom is on the second floor of a three-story building. The room is newly renovated with West Elm products, and there is strong AC […]
One room bedroom apartment in a luxury apartment building one block for Penn’s campus! one female roommate!
Master Bedroom with 3 Lovely (female) Roommates. Looking for a replacement for my lease due to taking the year off. Its around 1,600 a month […]
Looking for someone to sublet or take over my lease for a room off campus for $900.79/month! (utilities not included) Available all year from July […]
Large bedroom (15ft x 15ft) in classic Philadelphia brownstone available for rent July 15-August 28 for $950/month (flexible dates within that range, rent will be […]
Hi! I live in a 3 bedroom apartment in the Radian and I’m looking for someone to take over my lease. I am willing to […]
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