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Experience trendy Downtown life in NYC with this gorgeous two bedroom loft apartment in the East Village of Manhattan! Located on 6th Street between 1st Avenue and Avenue A, this two bedroom furnished home sits on the 3rd American floor (considered 2nd in Europe) of a 4-story walk-up building with intercom security system for protection. A former synagogue, the building has since been turned into residential apartments.
The modern loft spans a total of 2000sqft (approx. 186sqm). Presenting an open-layout lined with hardwood floors, the home offers multiple windows, a skylight and ceiling lights. There are two full bathrooms here as well as two spacious rooms (a rarity in NYC!).
In the living room, tenants will find built-in bookshelves lining the walls, sofas, tables and stools. On the opposite end of the home (south) sits the roomy eat-in kitchen, where you can indulge in your favorite recipes from home by using the high-end cooking appliances. Just outside of the kitchen is a long dining table fit for ten – perfect for hosting dinner parties!
Bedroom 1 (the master bedroom) spans 400sqft (approx. 38sqm) and provides a queen bed, two armchairs and deep closet space. Bedroom 2 sits on the northwest corner and spans 300sqft (approx. 28sqm), with double bed, twin trundle bed, bedside table and large closet space.
Manhattan’s East Village, bordered by the Lower East Side, is an ultra-trendy area of New York boasting a rich history. Once considered a run-down community for budding artists and musicians, it is now one of the most popular and upwardly mobile neighborhoods of the Big Apple. Away from the tourist traps of Midtown, it offers a wealth of popular bars and clubs particularly loved by hipsters. We suggest sunbathing in Tompkins Square Park (0.1mi/160m), hopping the clubs and bars of Alphabet City (0.4mi/700m), or touring the Tenement Museum (0.7mi/1.1km in Lower East Side). Looking to dine out? The list of food options in this area is long – eateries serve cuisines from around the world as well as vegan food. Try having lunch a Katz’s Deli (0.4mi/700m) or head to Cocoron (0.7mi/1km) around suppertime for delicious soba noodles!
Public transportation around Manhattan and into other New York boroughs is easy from this location. Consider using the following subway stations:
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.