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The interior photos are from a model apartment in the building. The model apartment is representative of both the quality and style of apartments offered at this location. Description, floor plan and photos are for reference purposes only. Actual apartment's dimensions, layouts and furniture may vary.
In the Lower East Side of New York, this furnished two bedroom apartment is located in a walk-up 6-story building (equivalent to the European 5-story). The building, an early 20th century construction, is of modern appearance on the interior. The entrance is taken care of by a 24h doorman and the common amenities offered to all tenants within the structure include access to laundry facilities, a gym and a spacious shared lounge, which features a TV, sofas and its own bathroom.
The two bedrooms, each displaying two single beds for use, are each accessible via the apartment's common hall to offer some privacy to each set of occupants. The kitchen equipped with the basic necessity appliances, as well as a microwave oven, a traditional gas stove and a coffee maker. The bathroom is spacious enough to feel comfortable, and you will find there a bathtub/shower as well as a small storage nook. You may also be happy to know that an iron, its ironing board, a hair dryer and a safe are all available for you throughout your stay.
Living at Rivington Street & Chrystie Street on Manhattan's historic Lower East Side is a highly coveted opportunity in New York City. You will be surrounded by activities and stores anywhere you go, the next step is just to pick where to discover next. The area is a very vibrant part of New York, helped by the presence of various New York University campuses around you, and you can as easily decide to walk 4 blocks to the nearby Nolita neighborhood (Northern Little Italy) for a bite at Torisi Italian Specialties or take a promenade along the Sara D. Roosevelt Park less than a block from your location. For grocery needs, you conveniently have a Whole Foods Market 3 blocks away. To make the stay worthwhile culturally, the New Museum of Contemporary art (2 blocks) or the End of Century (3 blocks) will provide you with the necessary exposure.
The closest subway station, Bowery / Delancey Street, is only 2 blocks away, giving you access to further south on the J line to Manhattan or eastbound to Brooklyn. You have otherwise the choice between 7 other lines within a radius of 8 blocks to take anywhere around New York City.
This is a sample representation of a model apartment. The actual layout and exposure may differ.
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.