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|Nov 01 2019||open||6||
|information:Electric incl up to $50/month; WiFi $65/month; $200 move-out cleaning|
This 2 bedroom/1 bath furnished apartment is located on the 5th floor (4th floor European) of a 6 floor walk-up building on Lexington Avenue & 116th Street in East Harlem. The apartment has wood flooring throughout. It retains classic NYC apartment features such as exposed brick walls while also offering modern amenities like the updated kitchen with tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances.
The living room has an exposed brick wall, and a dining table for four to enjoy meals at home. The sofa opens to a sofa bed for extra sleeping arrangements for a guest while a ceiling fan cools the room. Living room 2 also provides an extra space for sleeping with a full size bed and night table. Bedroom 1 has exposed brick as well and both Bedroom 1 & 2 have full size beds with night tables. The apartment is charmingly decorated with pictures of New York City which immerse you in the feeling of living in a classic NYC apartment.
This part of East Harlem is also known as El Barrio or Spanish Harlem. 116th Street is the business hub of Spanish Harlem, filled with stores, ethnic Spanish restaurants and markets. East River Plaza, conveniently located near the apartment at the eastern end of 116th Street is where you will find retail giants like Target, Costco, Marshalls and Best Buy. Cultural institutions in the area include El Museo del Barrio (1230 Fifth Ave., .9 mi/1.44km away), which showcases contemporary Puerto Rican, Caribbean and Latin American art and hosts cultural festivities, youth and educational programming, and the Museum of the City of New York at 1220 Fifth Ave. (5 Av/103 St, .9 mi/1.44km away) where you can learn everything you ever wanted to know about NYC. Sports enthusiasts will appreciate having Thomas Jefferson Park in the neighborhood (at First Ave and 111th St, .6mi/.96km away), where they’ll find basketball courts, baseball diamonds, a full size soccer field and even a pool to keep them busy or head west to 5th Avenue where you’ll find he northern most corner of Central Park.
The 6 subway line at 116 Street / Lexington Avenue is the closest subway station.