It sounds too good to be true, but it's possible to live in a
apartment for less than you'd spend on a cup of coffee.
Rupert Hunt, the founder and CEO of
is offering the kind of rent that New Yorkers only dream of.
See also: How to do New York on a budget See also: Ten ways to get a cheaper hotel deal
The three bedroom loft in
City's West Village neighborhood could easily rent for $8000 per month, but Rupert is offering his tenants a steal at only $12 per year.
He's relocating from London to Manhattan and wants roommates who "enhance each other's lives."
"I don't want affordability to get in the way of finding the right people, so I'm offering the rooms for just one dollar per month."
Hunt says he wants to start his life in New York with roommates because sharing with the right people beats living alone.
He recalls financially struggling when he moved to London at the age of 21, and hopes the drastically reduced rent could help someone else on the path to pursuing their dreams.
In the 3400 square foot luxury apartment, each roommate will have a walk in closet, and access to a private rooftop deck, with two bbqs and views of the Empire State Building.
A few odd things the potential roommates will have to deal with: A disco ball in the living room, for those party nights in, and a picture of Prince Charles in the bathroom.
Imagine being able to pay rent with less than one bill out of the ATM! It's a great deal, whatever city you're in...
Top things to do in New York City
This urban park covers 843 acres and can be found in the centre of the borough of Manhattan. The park is home to Belvedere Castle, a zoo and many other attractions.
centralparknyc.com for more information.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest art museum in the United States and is open seven days a week.
Sunday–Thursday: 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Friday and Saturday: 10:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
metmuseum.org for more information.
Visitors can take a tour of the Rockefeller Centre or take a look at the stunning New York skyline from the Top of the Rock Observation Deck.
Top of the Rock Tickets
rockefellercenter.com for more information.
Beat the crowds and visit between 8am and 11am to make the most of the attraction or you can buy an Express Pass online to skip the queues.
esbnyc.com for more information.
The memorial is free of charge and open to the public between 7.30am and 9pm each day.
911memorial.org for more information.
The Frick Collection is an art museum that houses the collection of Henry Clay Frick
Tuesday - Saturday: 10am to 6pm
Sundays: 11am - 5:00pm
frick.org for more information.
Broadway in New York is one of the most well known theatre districts in the world thanks to its long-running, high standard of performance.
broadway.com for information about the shows that are on offer.
The High Line is an urban park in Manhattan that was built on a raised section of a disused New York railway. With views of the city and the Hudson River, the High Line offers a unique experience of the city.
thehighline.org for more information.
Grand Central covers a massive 48 acres and has more train platforms than any other railway station in the world.
The terminal is open to the public daily between 5.30am until 2am.
grandcentralterminal.com for more information.
Radio City Music Hall can be found underneath the Rockefeller Centre in the heart of Manhattan.
The Hall can host as many as 6,000 people at a time and hosts a variety of shows throughout the year.
radiocity.com to find out more about what you can expect to see.
Lincoln Center is a complex of buildings in Manhattan which hosts events including music, dance, opera and much more.
lc.lincolncenter.org for more information about what's on at the center during your visit.
The park is open daily, throughout the year between 7am and 7pm, with later opening times during the week in the summer months.
Walking tours of the park take around 45 minutes and leave from the Josephine Shaw Lowell Memorial Fountain.
bryantpark.org for more information.
There are free walking tours of the historic building between 11am and 2pm and tours of the library's current exhibitions at 12.30pm and 2.30pm.
Monday & Thursday - Saturday: 10 am - 6 pm
Tuesday & Wednesday: 10 am - 8 pm
Sundays: 1 - 5 pm (closed Sundays in the summer)
nypl.org for more information.
Madison Square Garden is used for professional basketball, boxing and ice hockey as well as concerts, circuses, and other entertainment.
thegarden.com to find out more about the events at The Garden.
The Tenement Museum tells the story of the 7000 migrants that lived there between 1863 and 1935.
Visitors can enjoy a variety of experiences including a tour of the building and a walking tour of the neighborhood.
tenement.org for more information.
"The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World" was a gift from the French to the Americans and is recognised as a symbol of freedom and democracy.
The statue and Ellis Island are both open daily between 8.30am and 4.30pm.
nps.gov for more information.
St Paul's Chapel is the oldest surviving church building in the city and can be now found between the modern day sky scrapers.
Monday - Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: 7am - 6pm
trinitywallstreet.org for more information.
The Chelsea Market has become one of the best known indoor food markets in the world and is now home to more than 35 retailers.
Monday - Saturday: 7am to 9pm
Sunday: 8am to 8pm
chelseamarket.com for more information.
Times Square can be found at the intersection between Broadway and Seventh Avenue and is one of the most famous landmarks in the world thanks to its iconic luminous billboard adverts. It is also one of the most visited tourist attractions in the world with approximately 50 million visitors every year.
timessquarenyc.org for more information.