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Gluten Free Roommate In Ny?


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#1 elonwy

 
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Posted 21 September 2006 - 09:41 AM

I've been offered a pretty amazing job in Manhattan. I know what rent prices are like out there, and even though the compensation is rather good, I don't want to go broke paying rent.
I don't want to live with anyone who isn't gluten-free, for obvious reasons, and I know there are alot of New Yorkers on here, so I thought I'd put out feelers. I do have two cats.
Move time would be in November, possibly as soon as late October.
I'll be flying out in the next couple weeks to check out the facility and see if I want to accept the job.
Its really exciting!
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#2 debmidge

 
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Posted 21 September 2006 - 04:52 PM

what!!!!!

I'd also put feelers out in east New Jersey then you need to take train or bus into NYC. Rents are less in east NJ as compared to NYC (I would suppose). If I had a house I'd let you board here...we're gluten free.
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Posted 21 September 2006 - 05:19 PM

Good luck babe, I hope that you can be successful. I am sure there many be many adds that you can place with a rental agency, or in the paper itself. Big city stuff, well, I don't know :ph34r: I am sure that you will be able to work things out.

God luck, Lisa
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