Hey there! My name is Vivek and I’m starting my IM residency this July. Looking for a fellow resident looking for a roommate. I am looking to live somewhere close to the 4/5 subway stations on the UES.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi! To any resident who is looking for an apartment, I will be moving out of my apartment in Washington Heights by July. Washington heights is in north Manhattan above west Harlem and below Inwood. It’s 30mins commute to Lincoln or 10-15 mins by cab. The neighborhood is safe. Near the Fort tryon park and Cloisters.
Anyway, I have a large 1bedroom furnished apartment. There’s aircon and central heating. I’m paying 1.5k rent currently. Please check out the pics attached. The corridor has tons of closet space. The bedroom is huge and can be a whole apartment in itself somewhere in the east village.
If you’re interested, text me at 3478217794
and I can show you the apartment. My landlady is Inna Lipnitskaya, her contact number is 9175930063
(your Pulm Crit care fellow in case you’re wondering)
1 Bed, 1 Bath
currently occupied by Lincoln IM resident moving out by end of June 2016
-fully furnished and move in ready
-Just two blocks from the 2 and 5 train
-Half block from the grocery; walking distance to CVS, restaurants, banks
-Secure and clean building
-building has own washers and dryers
-owner is Lincoln employee
For details or questions, please contact:
As we know many of you are looking for new apartments to live in NY so below we have posted a list of places/areas were you can look
**Upper East Side
1) The Aspen in 1st Ave 100 St—1955 1ST Ave.
2) Normandy Court : is expensive for one resident but if you want to have roommates it is a good option.
2)Riverton Square– 135 st with Madison and 5th Ave. Most Harlem Hospital residents some Lincoln Residents have lived there.
3)Lenox Terrace (more expensive out of them)
1) 2766 University Avenue, Bronx, NY
2) 3130 Grand Concourse Bronx, NY 10458
Residents with families: The residents with families do not tend to live in the city, so looking in the outskirts might be the better option for you and the school choices for your children.
**Astoria, (which is accessible by subway and we have many residents living there)
**Fort Lee (NJ), if you drive, or the surroundings is another option, with better schools.
**Yonkers is another option as well