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|information:Cable and WiFi: $100/month; Gas and Electric CAP: $200/month; Move-out cleaning: $200|
Greenwich Village is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in New York City. While the residents are more often bankers than beatniks, a rich creative culture still thrives which is propped up with a number of fascinating restaurants, boutique shops, and attractions. This two bedroom apartment sits right in the center of the action on Jones Street and West 4th Street.
The apartment available for rent has an open layout styled with modern décor. Sophisticated neutral greys and whites are used throughout with accents of black and an eye-catching tangerine. High-gloss hardwood floors have been used throughout and large paneled windows flood the apartment with natural light. The open kitchen is designed with granite countertops and new appliances. An opening that looks out onto the living room doubles as extra counter space and a breakfast bar. The two bedrooms are tastefully designed with king size beds and allow for maximum comfort. Two full bathrooms are available in this apartment and a Jacuzzi tub is included in Bathroom 1.
What steals the show in this apartment must be the outdoor patio which is fully furnished with lounge chairs and a state-of-the-art grill. Greenwich Village is known for its vibrant sunsets and this patio is the perfect oasis to enjoy a warm summer evening in NYC.
Greenwich Village is an exciting neighborhood to live in for the true New York City experience. Steps outside the apartment are some of the city’s best restaurants including One if by Land, Two if by Sea (450m/0.3mi)- an incredibly romantic abode with American cuisine; Minetta Tavern (75ft/23m) for one of the city’s best burgers; and Blue Hill (0.2mi/260m) for innovative farm-to-table dishes. With its proximity to New York University, Greenwich Village has a thriving arts and performance scene, most notably in film, jazz, and comedy. Head to the Comedy Cellar (0.2mi/350m) on MacDougal Street to enjoy comedian do late-night stand up. The Film Forum (0.4mi/650m) is nearby where you can see rare screenings and attend discussions on various topics on the industry and art of cinema.
To access the rest of NYC, you can take the subway from West 4 St / 6 Avenue Station for the A/C/E/B/D/F/M trains or Christopher Street / 7 Avenue South : Sheridan Square Station for the 1 train.