10 Unreal Pads That Cost Less Than NYC Rent

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Living in New York City can feel like the most intensely fun, exhilarating thing in the world...until the first of the month, when you hand half your money to a scary landlord who calls the gaping hole in the ceiling a "skylight." At the moment, the average apartment in Manhattan costs $3,822 per month, about four times the national average. As a (depressing) reality check, here are 10 gorgeous rentals from around the world that are probably more affordable than your 10x10 SoHo studio. Tissues, please.

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