Private Furnished Queen 5A in #188 Times Square
5 bedroom / 1 bathroom. $99 monthly membership includes utilities and HBO/Netflix. Everything is already set up. You just need to move-in and start using them.
"About June Homes
Here at June Homes we understand that the cost of real estate can start to hinder on our simple yet crucial facets of life. A home should be safe, comfortable, well appointed, be a breeding ground of dreams and imaginations, and not be located in an unfavorable area. We’ve spent months crafting what we consider the optimal sanctuary to unwind, create memories, and to surmount our next endeavors in.
June Homes is a membership-based living brand that provides fully furnished properties in some of the most desirable areas. We don’t believe that you should only get a hotel experience while away, so we provide hotel-like services as well as amenities found in many luxury hotel brands in all of our properties. Membership is $99/month and includes utilities, Wi-Fi, Netflix and HBO, weekly cleaning, unlimited caffeine, fully equipped chef’s kitchens and unlimited home supplies from paper towel and even detergent if the home features a laundry room. No broker fees, sign-up costs, and questionable roommates all at an economical rate in your city’s hotspots. Just turn up with your suitcase and call us home."""
*Please note that our listed price is for a 12-month stay. For shorter stays prices please reach out to our team. Thank you.
#188 Times Square Queen Size Master 5A
- Apartment share
- Midtown Center
- $1,650 monthly (large)
- Minimum term
- 1 month
- Maximum term
- 12 months
- Utilities included?
- Not known
- Fees apply?
- Disabled access
- Living room
- Broadband included
New roommate preferences
- Couples OK?
- Smoking OK?
- Pets OK?
- Don't mind
- Males or females
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