Ludlow Residence Seeking Temps

Posted on: February 27th, 2009 at 11:05 am by

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The Ludlow Residence is in definite need of some pocket cash. Now advertising on Craigslist are convertible 2 bedroom apartments for $1,600. The catch is your lease only runs until July 31st, the likely move-in date for SVA freshmen. But, if you sign now, you will be enrolled in a continuing education class! It’s win-win, right? Wrong!

Perfect because each of you get your own room and have a common bathroom. Bathroom is not communal to the entire floor , just to your rooms! This is the new SVA Residence Hall on Ludlow Street which offers 24 hour security at the door, free electric including a/c and heat, free Internet access, free cable, and free laundry. You will also be enrolled in a Continuing Ed class as part of the deal! Huge common kitchen and rec room! All rooms are available immediately and you may stay until July 31st, 2009. Call now and get your pic of the best rooms, views are fantastic OR Feel free to just stop by the On Site office at 101 Ludlow Street right off Delancey Street.

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