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|information:1 year min; Elec, gas, heat incl. $50 extra/mo for AC. Cable, wifi incl. $100|
Have an authentic New York experience in this alcove studio apartment in vibrant Harlem, Manhattan. The fully furnished rental apartment is located on the fourth floor of a four-story walk-up brownstone building on W 119th Street & 7th Avenue and it is protected by a video intercom buzzer system at the exterior door.
A perfect rental for students or young professionals, this alcove studio apartment boasts 400sqft/37sqm of space, consisting of a living room, sleeping alcove, bathroom and separate kitchen. You can accommodate up to four people between the double sofa bed and the double bed in the alcove. Relax after a long day at work with the TV, equipped with basic cable, or on the wifi internet (included). The separate kitchen makes cooking at home easy, with a full oven, fridge, freezer, toaster and microwave.
Harlem is a diverse and dynamic community situated just north of Central Park in Manhattan. Head to the heart of the neighborhood at Sylvia’s Restaurant and get a heaping plate of authentic soul food. Right down the block from the apartment is Marcus Garvey Park, offering tree-lined paths and a public swimming pool.
A perennial favorite with locals, the Studio Museum in Harlem (.4mi/650m) showcases contemporary art by African-American artists. More of the neighborhood's talent is on display at the Apollo Theater (.5mi/750m), with its legendary open amateur nights. You’ll love living just a quick walk from Central Park (.5mi/850m), where the quiet North Woods and the Harlem Meer contrast the packed paths of the rest of the park.
The rest of New York City is just a quick subway ride away. Hop on at the 116 Street / 8 Avenue (lines B, C; .3mi/500m) and 116 Street / Lenox Avenue (lines 2, 3; .25mi/450m) 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.