“Find Your Place” showcases all of the amenities and options available to buyers and renters on StreetEasy and captures how each New Yorker’s personal journey fuels their real estate search. The ads show how life experiences can dictate what people want or need in a new home and how you can filter through available listings to pick and choose the combination of amenities that works for them. Among the many filters highlighted are: “outdoor space,” “laundry in building” and “doorman.”
OOH ads will appear throughout the city with a focus on placements where New Yorkers spend most of their time-- on the streets and sidewalks, in subway stations, subway cars, buses, and taxis. Radio will run on Spotify and Pandora, as well as on local NYC terrestrial stations.
Outdoor advertisment created by Office of Baby, United States for StreetEasy, within the category: Professional Services.
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