The Sunday Giveaway: Two tickets to A Better Place Off-Broadway!
I’ve been lucky.
I’ve lived in New York City for twenty-five years, and I’ve only lived in two apartments. But even finding those two places was a pretty ridiculous endeavor.
Thankfully, I got lucky. I found my dream apartment early in my search, but most NYers move every few years looking for something just a little better (or cheaper).
Seriously, ask New Yorkers what is more important . . . finding a significant other or finding a really great apartment . . . and they’ll probably pause and then ask, “Is the apartment rent stabilized?”
Finding a place is such a big deal, it’s no surprise that someone has written a play about it. And it’s also no surprise that play is a comedy.
A Better Place is a brand new Off Broadway comedy about Manhattanites’ lust for real estate. Add a gay couple, an exhibitionist daughter and a couple of kooky real estate brokers . . . and you got a party!
It starts performance on May 4th at The Duke on 42nd Street and in today’s giveaway, one of you is going to get a brand new 2 BR apartment on Central Park West for free!
Ok, ok, that’s not true. But we do have a couple of free tickets to see A Better Place!
To enter to win two tickets to the show, click here.
And if you’ve got a fun story about searching for an apartment in NYC or wherever, share it with us all in the comments below!
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