Washington Heights, Upper Manhattan, Manhattan, 10032
Posted 3 days ago,
*PLEASE READ FULL DESCRIPTION BELOW FOR QUALIFICATIONS AND MOVE-IN COST
I am a real estate agent and I am putting together 5 young professionals and/or students to be on a 12 month lease in a newly renovated 5 Bedroom/2 full bath apartment
-INDIVIDUAL LEASE ROOMS
-Address: 560 West 163rd Street
-December 1st move-in
(2nd floor apartment)
(Electric/wifi split between roommates)
-Sorry no pets
-Video tour available
To move in you will need
-First month's rent
-One month broker fee (equals one month rent)
$20 application fee for credit/background check
(NO SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED)
*Proof of employment and additional supporting documents will be required for the application process
*NOTE: YOU WILL ONLY BE LIABLE FOR YOUR SHARE OF THE RENT
*All applicants must earn 40X the rent (about 36k-46k annual income) and have a minimum credit score of 650
GUARANTORS WELCOME (guarantors need to earn 80x the rent and have a minimum credit score of 660)
Room Breakdown base on size/location:
1st Room-$900 good for twin size bed
2nd Room-$950 good for twin/full size bed
3rd Room-$1025 good for full/queen size bed
4th Room-$1025 good for full/queen size bed
5th Room-$1150 good for queen size bed
*ONE PERSON PER ROOM*
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Between 155th and 190th Street is the energetic residential
neighborhood of Washington Heights. Now ranked as Manhattan's 4th
safest neighborhood, many families have resided in this area for
generations. As one popular musical states, "the streets are filled
with music" in this uptown neighborhood full of friendly faces,
great food, and beautiful architecture.
Named for Fort Washington, which was constructed to fend off the
British during the American Revolutionary War, Washington Heights
was largely farmland, with several stately manors peppering the
hilly area. One such manor, the Morris-Jumel House, still stands
today as the oldest building in Manhattan.
As the city expanded after the revolution, more and more
structures were built in the Heights to house the growing
population. The development of apartment complexes and row houses
led to an influx of Irish immigrants in the 1900â²s, followed by a
large Jewish population in the…
Washington Heights Apartments, 10032 Apartments
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The apartment is a unit offered at a monthly price of $1,100. The building allows easy access via an elevator. The person posting the listing did not specify that any pets were allowed. It may be the case that pets are ok and the manager simply has not yet filled out all the details. The kitchen conveniently includes a dishwasher.
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