In San Francisco's shitstorm of a housing market, the landlords who purchased homes before prices exploded now have the opportunity to cash in.
IKEA: Come for the Swedish meatballs, stay for the fight with bae.
What is America if not a giant squat on someone else's land?
Living alone is a luxury, but it comes with perils, like the risk of becoming depressed or simply weird.
A weekend porter in the Bronx explains all the elbow grease and trash lifting he has to do.
The traces of the people who lived there before you can be horrifying.
Meet the "Bernie Madoff of landlords," who's charged with 20 felonies and faces 25 years in prison.
I was forced out of my already expensive studio apartment by rising rents. My solution? Living in a shed.
Turns out it's a big safety hazard to live in an enclosed pod in your friend's house.
In true San Francisco spirit, Peter Berkowitz is already turning the idea into a startup.
Public housing is not as uniform as people think.
It's possible to have a fulfilling, financially stable life that doesn't involve home ownership, but you better be prepared to learn a lot about investing.
Unlike some of my previous roommates, Iside doesn't steal my food or leave dirty socks around.
"Do we want a fair city, do we want an equal city, or do we just want a city where people hang around talking about their million dollar apartments?"
"Living with a partner is easily the best thing I've ever done. It has made my life better in every possible way... But I fucking hate that she never refills the ice tray. It's not that hard. Jesus."
Last year, a stranger locked me in my apartment and told me I was going to die.
When you peep into a neighbor's window, the neighbor's window also peeps into you.
If there's a lesson to learn from Rivers' life in this age of basic bitches and thinkpieces, it's to fuck decorum and stay lowbrow.
I smoked out my friend's neighbor, and then the neighbor made me call the cops because he was hallucinating that he was a victim of a home invasion.
Here are the first three pages of the screenplay for Michel Gondry's newest film, which will be released in the US later this month as Mood Indigo. It's based on the novel by Boris Vian and was adapted for the screen by Gondry and Luc Bossi.
Every night, the peeper takes out his binoculars and spies on the woman he loves who lives across the street. Unfortunately for him, nobody loves a pervert.
When I tried to set up a wifi in my new apartment, an internet service provider's customer service representative said I couldn't, because there was already an existing account in my apartment. I called my super, and he said the previous tenant had died w…
Last October Tao Lin put up a post on Facebook asking if anyone wanted to sublet his studio apartment in Murray Hill while he visited family in Taiwan. I responded and PayPal-ed him the significantly discounted friend rate. I would be staying for around f…