NYC realtor shocks TikTok customers with ‘worst residence ever’ tour: ‘No surprise New Yorkers are offended’
Only in New York, kids.
There is no place like the Big Apple and the city’s unique properties are part of its charm. The land of skyscrapers, penthouses, and luxury apartments is also home to some very narrow neighborhoods, and one social media user claims he discovered the “worst apartment ever”.
TikTokker NewYorkCityRealtor just recently joined the platform but garnered over 1.6 million likes on a video tour of what it dubbed the “Worst Apartment Ever”.
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“People ask me, ‘What’s the worst apartment you’ve ever seen?’ I’ll show you, “the man began. “Before you ask, yes, this is a real condo. That’s $ 1,600 that will bring you to the most desirable area of New York City,” added a hashtag for the West Village, making it clear that the unit was actually 1,650 US dollars per month rents.
“No oven, mini-fridge, no stove, and only one cupboard,” he said, pointing to the tiny white room that also had two small cupboards over a sink.
Mystified TikTokkers had a lot of questions and the post was flooded with over 26,000 comments.
“$ 1,650 a month? Man, I’d have a mansion in Texas with that money,” one wrote.
“No wonder New Yorkers are angry all the time,” said another.
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“The bathroom is three blocks away from Starbucks,” one cracked.
In a follow-up clip, NewYorkCityRealtor stated that the apartment’s bathroom layout was a little more complicated, admitting that “it’s literally as bad as you can imagine”.
From the apartment he went into the hallway to access the first part of the toilet and used a key “for security reasons” to get to the toilet.
“It’s shared by the entire complex. It’s actually pretty clean and there’s no sink by the way,” he said. “If you want to take a shower. You have to cross to the other part of the hall. Now remember your key!”
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The man opened another door and showed the shower. He added that it was also “shared by the entire complex”.
“Here are some common soaps if you want some,” he teased.
Jokes aside, the well-documented mass exodus from New York City continues amid the coronavirus pandemic as Manhattanites seek refuge in nearby suburbs or in various states.
Fox News’ Brittany De Lea contributed to this report.