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|information:3 months minimum for summer. Utilities, internet and once a month housekeeping included|
This furnished New York studio apartment is located on the 1st floor (ground floor European) of a five story walk-up building in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan. The building is located near Sullivan Street and West 3rd Street and has laundry facilities, 24-hour closed circuit TV surveillance security and electronic key card access.
This studio apartment is fully furnished, decorated in a neutral color palette and has hardwood floors throughout. Nestled close to several downtown colleges and universities, the building caters to students with leases available for a 9 month semester in addition to shorter duration summer housing. Two large windows illuminate the living space that includes flat screen TV for entertainment and a desk and chair for convenient studying. A comfortable double bed as well as a full length mirror and armoire for storage are also provided. The open kitchen area is basic, providing necessities such as microwave, electric stove top, toaster, and refrigerator. The bathroom is deigned with beige tiles and white fixtures along with a glass enclosed shower with rainfall shower head.
Greenwich Village stands apart from the rest of Manhattan where skyscrapers tower overhead. In the Village you will find a residential neighborhood of low-rise buildings and narrow, tree-lined streets. But it’s far from boring here, many New Yorkers choose to head to the Village for an evening out due to the array of restaurants serving every type of ethnic cuisine, as well as for entertainment since the area is full of jazz clubs, bars, lounges and comedy clubs. Mamoun’s Falafel (119 Macdougal Street), which is well known among NYU students, has been around for more than 40 years and not only is this hole in the wall spot open until 5am, it’s always packed with satisfied customers! For entertainment try Le Poisson Rouge (.3mi/.48km away), a music venue and multimedia art cabaret that always has something interesting going on.
The closest subway access can be found at West 4 Street / 6 Avenue (A/B/C/D/E/F/M subway lines).