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  • Worst Room

    New Yorker Ryan Nethery created WorstRoom.com while couch-surfing and living in his car. The photos typically come from website Craigslist, like that of this apartment in Bushwick, Brooklyn for $400.00. The listing states: "Looking 4 Kool Hipster Roommate 4 shared lofted room" and "We try to be like family".
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    Nethery, 25, told the New York Daily News that the inspiration behind the site came from a listing for a basement apartment in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn. "I came across a listing that was so bad I couldn't keep it to myself anymore," he said. Pictured is another Williamsburg, Brooklyn, for $380.00: "room in back of converted garage"
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    Bushwick, Brooklyn. $700.00. (is that blood on the walls?)
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    North East Bronx. $600.00. (boombox included)
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    Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. $1,175.00. "One Room Studio" "NO STOVE (sorry)"
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    Far Rockaway, Queens. $800.00. "efficiency studio"
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    Crown Heights, Brooklyn. $645.00. "no closet"
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    East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. $750.00. "Walls will be repainted white before you move in" "NO windows"
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    Upper West Side, Manhattan. $649.00. "One bed in shared room with 3 other girls. There are bunk beds." "The space is small, but the rent is only $649 per month"
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    Union Square, Manhattan. $1,000 "I am looking for someone to move into a large closet space in one of the three bedrooms of my apartment. The bedroom has two closets but there is no need for it so we are looking to sublet it as a living space to a 4th roommate. The closet is about 5 feet wide and 7 feet long. It has no windows and think it would be ideal for a twin size bed and small night stand."
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