Rental that has no bathroom or kitchen but still costs $1,200 per month sparks ... trends now

Rental that has no bathroom or kitchen but still costs $1,200 per month sparks ... trends now
Rental that has no bathroom or kitchen but still costs $1,200 per month sparks ... trends now

Rental that has no bathroom or kitchen but still costs $1,200 per month sparks ... trends now

A New York City rental that has no bathroom or kitchen is up for grabs for $1,200 per month. 

A now-viral video of the 'insanely tiny' apartment has sparked a social media frenzy with viewers outraged over the exorbitant rent - some even likening it to a prison cell and suggesting it should be illegal. 

Realtor Omer Labock took viewers on a tour of the Midtown Manhattan apartment in a TikTok video, stating, 'The tiniest apartment in Manhattan can be found in this building, so let's check this out; it's really nuts.'

He then humorously touched both ends of the unit simultaneously - depicting the compact size of the space. 

'I'm not the biggest dude but I can almost touch both sides here. I think we can consider this the absolute smallest apartment in Manhattan and the total rent is $1,200 a month,' he said. 

Realtor Omer Labock took viewers on a tour of the tiny Midtown Manhattan apartment - that has no private bathroom or kitchen - in a TikTok video

Realtor Omer Labock took viewers on a tour of the tiny Midtown Manhattan apartment - that has no private bathroom or kitchen - in a TikTok video

The now-viral video has sparked a social media frenzy with viewers outraged over the exorbitant rent, suggesting it should be illegal

The now-viral video has sparked a social media frenzy with viewers outraged over the exorbitant rent, suggesting it should be illegal

Upon opening the door to the third-floor walk-up, Labock revealed a small, bare room with a stand alone wardrobe, and one solitary window overlooking the fire escape.

'Yes, this is the entire thing — you cannot make this up,' he said. 

The bathroom is located down the hall, outside of the unit and is shared with other occupants of the building.  

'Now you're probably wondering where the bathroom is,' he said on camera. 'You have to make your way outside of the apartment and into this shared space.' 

'Would you live here?' Labock asked viewers in the caption. 

The now-viral video has sparked a social media frenzy with viewers outraged over the exorbitant rent, suggesting it should be illegal

The now-viral video has sparked a social media frenzy with viewers outraged over the exorbitant rent, suggesting it should be illegal

Upon opening the door to the third-floor walk-up, Labock reveals a small, bare room with a wardrobe likely from Ikea, and one solitary window overlooking the fire escape

Upon opening the door to the third-floor walk-up, Labock reveals a small, bare room with a wardrobe likely from Ikea, and one solitary window overlooking the fire escape

The apartment, lacking both a bathroom and a kitchen, has stirred outrage over its monthly rent

The apartment, lacking both a bathroom and a kitchen, has stirred outrage over its monthly

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