Professional, Licensed house, 1 street to PATH.
This is a state registered, legal, rooming house with a yearly inspection from the city and the state. You can be sure that it is of a higher standard than average apartments.
One street away from the 24/7 Journal Square PATH station which provides easy access to NYC. Hop on the PATH train and you will reach WTC in 10 mins & midtown in 10-20 mins. Safe, close, vibrant, and clean.
THIS BUILDING IS LOCATED IN JERSEY CITY, 10 Minutes ride to World Trade Center. 20 Minutes ride to MIDTOWN MANHATTAN
The location is very close to NYC via the Journal Square PATH Train Station and Bus.
PATH Train runs 24/7 so you can get home anytime. Website:
10 Minutes via PATH to WTC
10 Minutes via PATH to Hoboken
20 Minutes via PATH to West Village
25 Minutes via PATH to midtown (33rd Street)
20-30 Minutes via Bus to Time Square
The house is just across the street from the station (1 block distance).
All our rooms are furnished and everything is covered. Also we have people cleaning the house (common area) every 1 to 2 days so you can be sure it is well maintained. We also have workers onsite to ensure tha the place is well taken care of and safe.
- House share
- Journal Square
$850 monthly(NOW LET)
- $1,300 monthly (large/private bathroom)
$1,000 monthly(NOW LET)
- $1,050 monthly (large)
- $1,250 monthly (large/private bathroom)
- $1,200 monthly (large)
- Minimum term
- 1 month
- Maximum term
- Short rentals considered
- Utilities included?
- Fees apply?
- Disabled access
- Living room
- Broadband included
- # roommates
- Total # rooms
- 18 to 50
- Any pets?
- 1 Female, 6 Males
New roommate preferences
- Couples OK?
- Smoking OK?
- Pets OK?
- Don't mind
- Males or females
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