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The nest, Philadelphia


1324 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19121, USA, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania(PA) 19121

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Property ID: R01575558
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You can check in on January 1, and the lease period will last until 7/31/2024. The rental price for the whole period of time can be greatly reduced!! The lease can be renewed. 3b2b one of the largest with a toilet in the room, there are furniture can take bag check-in! Will send some private furniture! Have a female roommate! The room has floor-to-ceiling windows with good lighting, and the living room has all floor-to-ceiling windows on the top floor of the apartment. You can directly bring your own furniture and water and electricity in the apartment, but you have to pay for the water and electricity beyond the free part. 10min walk from Temple University, the apartment has its own gym and study room. There is a security guard on the first floor. It is very safe.

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