A New Yorker who traded her luxury apartment for a tiny room the size of a parking space revealed that she pays $650 per month for the micro-unit — but she insisted the rental was a ‘very hot commodity’ when she scooped it up.
The digital creator explained that she is saving $2,600 per month living in the space, which is just 80 x 150 square feet. It is so small that it doesn’t have an oven, toilet, or shower. She has to use a communal bathroom that is located down the hall.
‘It’s so college. It feels like a dorm,’ said Randazzo, who works in fashion.
Alaina Randazzo, 25, from New York City, pays $650 a month to live in an 80 x 150 square feet apartment in Midtown with her dog
The digital creator, who works in fashion, gave YouTuber Caleb Simpson a tour of the micro-unit…