So, you wanna be an east coaster? Here’s what you can rent for around $1,500 along the Atlantic.
1111 Arlington Boulevard
The urban Arlington neighborhood of Radnor is predominantly populated by young professionals and government employees. It also happens to be one of the cities in the U.S. with the highest population of individuals who live alone. Not entirely sure what that says about it, but I’m going to go with the rent prices actually being affordable, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. This specific apartment building gives you not only a roof over your head, but also provides hardwood floors, natural light, a concierge, and even a gym with free yoga classes. Did I mention that utilities are included and unlimited? Go see it.
297 Beacon Street
Channel your inner king or queen in this recently renovated Victorian in Boston’s Back Bay. Boasting 10-inch ceilings, a fireplace, crown moldings, large windows, oak floors, granite countertops, and a bathtub, this is a great place for a group of young roommates or even a new family. Plus, it’s only a six minute walk from the nearest Dunkin’.
Jersey City, NJ
160 Vroom Street
Snag this newly renovated Jersey City oasis right in the middle of Journal Square in what was named the 15th best city for millennials in the US last year. Interestingly, you’ll get your last month of rent free when you decide to move on to something else. You know you want to spend a year in Jersey. The Boss. The Shore. The bagels. Fuhgeddaboudit.
If this pool alone wasn’t enough to convince you, this building also features a gym, a game room, grills and fire pits, a coffee bar, a business center, and more (but I’m over listing things). In the one and two-bedroom units here, you’ll find stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, as well as in-unit laundry, walk-in closets, and private balconies. Right now, they’ll even pay you $2,000 to move in.
155 S Court Ave #1204
As the listing for this place puts it, “simply bring your toothbrush!” It’s fully furnished and ready for move-in less than ten minutes from the heart of Orlando’s high-end restaurant scene. Living the luxury life for $1,500 has never been easier; meet you in the sunshine state.