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Welcome to the bustling, charismatic, and vibrant streets of NYC’s Historic Little Italy from this fully furnished two bedroom apartment rental on Mulberry Street & Prince Street. Situated on the third floor (second floor for Europeans) of a 19th century mid-rise building, this apartment sets you centrally in one of Manhattan’s most enticing and peculiar neighborhoods, and borders the ultra-fashionable and trendy SoHo.
The apartment’s interior is simple, compact, and fully functional, with a kitchenette equipped with a fridge/freezer, microwave, oven, and dishwasher. There are hardwood floors and a dining table with seating for four. Bedrooms 1 and 2 each feature a rustic brick wall, a double bed, side table, and window. Bedroom 1 has storage space and a desk for convenience.
Streets lined to the brim with colorful decorations, kitschy Italian restaurants serving up mass portions of your favorite Italian delicacies, and instant access to the bordering neighborhoods of SoHo and East Village, are all at your disposal in Little Italy. Just across the street is Rubirosa Ristorante (49 ft/15 m), a neighborhood Italian spot serving reinvented Italian-American classics as well as pizza in a dark and cozy atmosphere. Your wine is within reach at Nolita Wine Merchants (98 ft/30 m), a sleek and uncluttered Wine shop with a wonderfully curated wine selection. Get your groceries at Whole Foods Market (0.3 mi/483 m), an American supermarket that specializes in organic foods, and features a salad bar, hot bar, café, deli, and sandwich shop.
The subway at Spring Street/Lafayette Street (0.1 mi/161 m) connecting you to the 4 and 6 lines, while the subway at Prince Street/Broadway (0.2 mi/322 m) connects you to the N, Q, and R lines.
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.