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|Jun 30 2020||open||4||
|information:+ App Fee; +$150 exit cleaning; Electricity not included; cable, WiFi included|
This two bedroom apartment is located on Mulberry Street and Grand Street in the famous Little Italy neighborhood of New York City. Boasting new renovations, this two bedroom apartment exudes a freshness and openness that is a sight for sore eyes. Spanning two floors, the concept of privacy actually exists; feel free to entertain guests in the open living room and dining room downstairs while you sneak away to the upstairs bedrooms.
A multi-level balcony is the star feature of this apartment. Expect to spend many evenings sitting out here enjoying beautiful views of the surrounding brick buildings. Back inside, the two bedrooms are furnished simply with chic modern décor. Bedroom 1 has a double-sized bed and Bedroom 2 includes a queen-sized bed as well as a true walk-in closet. The kitchen is designed with an open floor plan and updated stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher.
Near SoHo, in the neighborhood of Little Italy, a section with a rich history of European diaspora and where Italian cuisine became a mainstream staple of in American culture. In the number of Italian restaurants and cafes that line the streets, be sure to check out Lombardi’s (0.3mi/550m), the first pizzeria in the United States and where you can still expect to get a delicious Margherita pie with no-frills service. If you’re interested in learning about the history of immigration and settling in lower Manhattan, check out the Tenement Museum (0.5mi/850m). Here you can dive into the experiences of an early 20th-century immigrant as you walk through reproductions of businesses and apartments lead by costumed tour guides to represent the building’s former residents.
The apartment is located near three major train lines that can give you easy access throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn and the rest of NYC: the B/D line at Grand Street / Chrystie Street (0.3mi/550m), the J/Z at Bowery (0.3mi/550m), and the N/Q/R line at Canal Street / Broadway (0.3mi/500m).