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The interior photos are from a model apartment in the building. The model apartment is representative of both the quality and style of apartments offered at this location. Description, floor plan and photos are for reference purposes only. Actual apartment's dimensions, layouts and furniture may vary.
Experience the new concept of co-living apartment buildings when you rent a bedroom at this 4 bedroom/1 bath shared apartment in Ridgewood, Queens. The concept of a co-living apartment building is where each roommate rents a private bedroom and shares apartment common spaces such as living room, kitchen and bathroom with roommates, and the building common areas such as a lounge/rec room, back garden or rooftop are shared among the residents in the building. The apartment is located near Cornelia Street & Woodward Avenue in Ridgewood, Queens. Enjoy this innovative co-living space that fosters community and connection among the roommates and building residents. A resident curator organizes building events and can assist getting you settled into your new place. Laundry facilities are located in the building.
Renting a room at this co-living apartment with 4 bedrooms for rent is a great option for someone coming to NYC for school or work that wants to live in a fully set-up, furnished and equipped shared apartment, where they can meet new people and feel part of a community in the big city. Laundry facilities, utilities, household essentials, professional cleaning, and WiFi are covered in the monthly rent. The shared apartment is stylishly furnished to provide a sense of home to share with your roommates. Common spaces like the living room, fully equipped kitchen and bathroom with shower are shared among the roommates. Bedrooms are private and furnished with a double bed. There’s a building common area with couches, a flat screen TV, and a large dining table where you can gather with other residents to hang out, mingle or share a meal.
Get to know the neighborhood of Ridgewood, Queens bordering Brooklyn. Here you’ll find a variety of local shops, bars and restaurants. Grab a drink with your roommates just down the block at Julia’s Beer & Wine Bar or stop for your morning coffee at Milk & Pull (778 Seneca Ave), a hip coffee joint serving artisanal pastries. Norma’s Corner Shoppe (59-02 Catalpa Ave) is another neighborhood bakery and cafe to try. Vitelio’s Marketplace, just three blocks away, has all your groceries for when you want to save some money and prepare meals at home.
Subway access can be found at Forest Avenue / 67 Avenue: (M line).