This is a model apartment. It reflects both the quality and the style of the apartments we offer at this location. The individual apartments are a variation of this one with some differences in layout and exposure.
Enjoy your stay in this studio/1 bathroom apartment in the vibrant streets of the East Village in Manhattan. You will have elevator access to the studio on one of the 8 floors of this low-rise building. It is equipped with a living room, fully furnished kitchen and a bathroom. Conveniently there are laundry facilities in the building and security system available.
As you step inside this apartment, you will be greeted by the fully furnished kitchen. It consists of a stainless steel fridge, a granite countertop, an oven, microwave and even a dishwasher. Cabinets are available to store your appliances and kitchen items.
The living area is off of the kitchen, a great place to relax with a double bed and TV for when you need to take a break. There is also a window to illuminate the apartment over its white walls and hardwood floors. The bathroom is equipped with a shower/glass shower door and a white cabinet under the sink to store your items.
If you ever want to relax or enjoy a bite to eat outside of your apartment, there is a shared rooftop terrace available for you! this is also a great place to take in views of Manhattan from a 9th floor vantage point.
Outside of your studio apartment is one of the trendiest parts of Manhattan: the East Village. This area is a mix of residential buildings and retail units, making it an ideal spot to seek out new lounges, cafes and shopping areas around the neighborhood. On Avenue B there are plenty of delis and small market shops available if you don't feel like cooking over a kitchen stove. There are also several parks and gardens in this area. A couple of blocks over on East 10th street is Tompkins Square Park, featuring baseball fields and basketball courts. To enjoy a night out with you friends, there are plenty of bars available, such as Yuca Bar along Avenue A and Monas around East 14th Street. There is always something to do and see in a neighborhood full of an eclectic group of NYU students and other charismatic residents.
To further explore the East Village and New York City, the closest train station is the L on 1st Avenue and 14th Street. This could take you along 14th Street to the transit hub at Union Square for transferring to ther lines (2 stops) or to Williamsburg, Brooklyn in just one stop!