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|information:+ App Fee; +$150 exit cleaning; Electricity not included; cable, WiFi included|
With hardwood flooring, natural light, and contemporary furnishings, this two bedroom furnished apartment is also well suited in Manhattan, New York. On Mulberry Street and Grand Street, this furnished apartment is in the center of a multi-cultural borough. Neighboring SoHo, in Little Italy, you can experience the sounds and tastes of authentic Italian cuisine right outside your door.
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 this two bedroom apartment, find functionality in the open living space. With hardwood flooring throughout the entire apartment, choose the room you spend the most time in. The living area contains a sofa, dining table, and television. Continue on into the open kitchen with updated stainless steel appliances. Fully equipped for prepping meals at home, this kitchen is lit by a skylight during the daytime. In the first bedroom, a queen sized bed overlooks the window. As for the second bedroom, there are queen sized beds that can be combined into one. The bathroom has standard white tile with a shower/bathtub combination and a window with a curtain for privacy. Finally, this apartment allows for closet space and a view of the streets of Little Italy below.
Right on Mulberry Street, there are many restaurants, bakeries, and gelato stands to fill that desire for authentic Italian foods. Ferrara Bakery (250ft/75m) is an iconic Italian dessert destination with famed cannoli’s and espresso. Indulge in the charm and pasta at Da Gennaro (275ft/85m) or La Bella Vita (315ft/95m) offering Italian specialties. For your own recipes, shop at Di Palo’s Fine Foods (350ft/110m), the family owned shop. Also, don’t miss the annual Feast of San Gennaro in mid-September down the streets of this historic neighborhood.
For great transportation links for access all around NYC, take the underground train at Canal Street / Broadway (0.3mi/500m) for the J, Z lines with transfers available to the N, Q, R and 6 trains. Also, at Grand Street / Chrystie Street (0.3mi/450m) take the B or D trains for services around Manhattan and Brooklyn.