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|information:6 to 12 months : + Taxes - Rates are subject to change. Utilities are not included.|
|information:12 months + : + Taxes - Rates are subject to change. Utilities are not included.|
|information:2 to 6 months : + Taxes - Rates are subject to change. Utilities are not included.|
|information:1 to 2 months : + Taxes - Rates are subject to change. Utilities are not included.|
Experience trendy Tribeca living when you rent this furnished studio apartment near West Broadway & Murray Street in Manhattan. The apartment is on the 5th floor of a pet-friendly, high-rise, elevator building with full-time doorman, laundry room, and gym.
This furnished New York studio apartment is styled with class and comfort in mind, from the custom furniture to the artwork decorating the walls and the houseplants, giving the apartment a sense of home. Hardwood floors and light colored wood furnishings combine with the green accent wall to evoke a feeling of being surrounded by nature in the big city. You’ll find a very efficient use fo space in this studio. A cozy sofa sits by a coffee table across from the flat screen TV, creating a separated “living room” area to hang out in while the queen size bed sits behind, with night tables, a dresser and an armchair to relax in, designating the “bedroom” area. There’s even space for a four person dining table near the kitchen so you can entertain friends with a home cooked meal. The kitchen is tucked away and designed with contemporary white cabinetry and contrasting countertops and is fully equipped for all your food prep needs including a handy dishwasher for clean up. The bathroom has a modern feel equipped with a white tub with rainfall shower head, sink, and toilet contrasting with faux wood paneled walls. Laundry facilities are conveniently located in the building.
Tribeca is a trendy area located in lower Manhattan where former industrial buildings are now high-end lofts inhabited by famous actors and artists. The cobblestone streets hark back to the area’s past while trendy boutiques and hip restaurants draw inspiration from everywhere to make this a unique part of NYC. You’ll find interesting restaurants in this neighborhood where the restaurants and bars are just as eclectic as those that inhabit the area. The vegetarian restaurant Nish Nush (.2mi/.32km away) offers Middle Eastern, Moroccan and Greek favorites while Benares (.6mi/.96km away) serves up Indian favorites like samosas and Tandoori shrimp. Check out the area’s famous Tribeca Film Festival that brings people from around the world to this neighborhood each year in the spring and don’t miss the National September 11th Memorial Museum to see how many lives and New York City changed forever on that fateful day.
The closest subway access can be found at Chambers Street / West Broadway: (1/2/3 subway lines).