|start date||end date||sleeps||month||information|
|Jun 02 2023||Sep 01 2023||2||
|information:Utilities & internet included - $100 exit cleaning fee (2.5 months minimum lease required)|
|Sep 01 2023||open||2||
|information:Utilities & internet included - $100 exit cleaning fee|
This furnished 2 bedroom apartment is located on the 3rd floor (equivalent to the 2nd floor European) of a five story walk-up building with 24 hour closed circuit TV surveillance for security and electronic key card access. The building is located near Sullivan and West 3rd Streets in the charming and much sought-after neighborhood of Greenwich Village in Manhattan. Laundry facilities are conveniently located in the building.
This furnished New York 2 bedroom apartment has hardwood floors throughout and is a convenient option for students. The property caters to students with leases available for a 9 month semester in addition to shorter duration summer housing. The kitchen is designed with contemporary white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. It is fully equipped with stove/oven, microwave, toaster, full-size refrigerator, and coffee maker. The first bedroom has a double bed, night table, full-length mirror, armoire for storage, and a desk with chair. The second bedroom also has a double bed, armoire for storage and desk with chair for studying, plus a TV with cable. Both bedrooms have air-conditioning and sheets and towels are provided. The bathroom offers a glass enclosed shower with rainfall shower head.
Please be aware that this apartment is located on a lively street and noise is possible.
Greenwich Village in Downtown Manhattan has a “village-type” ambiance with a residential feel and streets lined with smaller residential buildings, cafes and boutiques. For an evening of jazz, head to the legendary Blue Note Jazz Club (.1mi/.16km away) where you can enjoy drinks and American fare along with the show. For film buffs there’s always something interesting playing at Film Forum (.4mi/.64km away), a non-profit movie theater showing diverse independent and foreign films. Washington Square Park (whose famous arch you’ll recognize from a multitude of movies) is the place to go to relax on a nice day and get in some people-watching.
The closest subway access can be found at West 4 Street / 6 Avenue (A/B/C/D/E/F/M lines).