If you live in New York, you know renting an apartment in Manhattan is by no means cheap.
Yep, it physically pains me to go down to my landlord once a month and fork over two-thirds of my paycheck for an apartment basically the size of a glorified closet.
But hey, that's New York City for you, right?
Luckily, your days of being rent-poor may soon become a thing of the past, thanks to a new company promoting the idea of shared living spaces.
That's right. WeLive, a communal living space run by WeWork, just opened this week.
For the price of $1,375, you'll be able to score a spot in a building that comes packed with insane amenities, like a wellness room, a bar stocked with beer and a rooftop deck.
The only downside is you'll have to share a kitchenette and bathroom, and your bedroom will be occupied by two people, with beds separated by a privacy curtain.
But I mean, that's what most of us Manhattanites are doing in buildings way sh*ttier than this one, so it sounds like a pretty damn good deal to me.
Check out the pictures below for a closer look at this awesome living space.