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Location:Driggs Ave | Eckford Street
Size:1200 sq ft
Rooms:Storefront for Rent in Prime Section of Greenpoint
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Location:Forest Ave | Bleecker Str
Size:1500 sq ft
Rooms:Main Floor-1000sqft, Basement-600sqft, Driveway and Rear Yard 2000sqft
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Location:Lorimer Street | Norman Ave
Size:1700 sq ft
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Location:Manhattan Ave | Norman Ave
Size:850 sq ft
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Location:Eckford Street | Calyer Street
Size:850 sq ft
Rooms:Spacious Apartment with Home Office
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Location:Meserole Ave | Lorimer Street
Size:950 sq ft
Rooms:Large 2 Bedroom + 2 Full Bathrooms with HUGE PRIVATE BACKYARD/GARDEN AVAILABLE
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Location:Guernsey St | Norman Ave
Size:1100 sq ft
Rooms:LUXURY 2 bath + 2 bedroom + living room + kitchen
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Location:Morgan Ave | Nassau Ave
Size:1000 sq ft
Rooms:6 Rooms - 3 Bedrooms
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Location:Java Street | Franklin Street
Size:750 sq ft
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Location:Stagg Street| Union Avenue
Size:900 sq ft
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Sharing an Apartment with a Roommate Sharing an apartment with a roommate has many benefits, but it can also be problematic if not managed correctly. Before moving in with a roommate or allowing a roommate to move in with you, there should be an honest discussion about a number of different aspects of living together.

Some of the aspects of living together which can cause problems include cleaning of common areas, accounting for food items, having visitors to the apartment and quiet hours. In many cases, these areas will not be a cause for concern unless the roommates have very different opinions on these matters. Therefore, it is important to discuss these issues before they become problems. Bathrooms, kitchens and living rooms are typically common areas in an apartment. If the roommates will share these rooms, they should also share the responsibility for keeping these rooms clean.
Roommates also typically share a refrigerator. Some roommates shop together for groceries while others prefer to shop separately and consume only what they purchase. Understanding and agreeing upon these expectations will help to avoid conflict.

Visitors to the apartment and quiet hours can also be a cause for concern in a roommate situation. Setting ground rules for when visitors can be present and when the apartment must be relatively quiet is a good idea in these situations. Roommates who have schedules which do not match may not be ideal partners for sharing an apartment.