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If you’re into New York for the business, there’s no better place to be than the Financial District! This fully furnished one bedroom apartment is between John Street & Pearl Street, just minutes from the famous Wall Street Business Center. The building has many amenities including in-unit washer and dryer, elevator, rooftop gym, pool, games room, rooftop lounge and deck area and outside BBQ.
The first thing you’ll notice about this apartment is the stunning view you’ll have from the large double windows. This gives the living room tons of natural light when needed, and is a great way to start conversation. Perfect for entertaining guests, friends and family, or even a quiet night alone, the living area offers a large couch and cable TV. The kitchen’s open concept only adds to the available space, making the apartment feel larger and easier to navigate. Speaking of the kitchen, it is fully equipped with all your cooking and preparing necessities: a stove, oven, microwave, toaster, refrigerator and even a dishwasher, a rarity in NYC but a convenient one nonetheless. Feel free to serve this delicious meal in the dining area, where the dining table and plush chairs comfortably fit four. Last on our tour is the bedroom, bright and pearly white for relaxation. Hop into your Queen sized bed and admire the view before you in two more large windows, while additional storage is provided with your private closet.
The Financial District isn’t just good for 9 to 5 obligations. After you clock out, grab a drink at Cedar Local (.2 mi/ 322 m), Fresh Salt (.2 mi/322 m), or Jeremy’s Ale House (.3 mi/ .5 km) for a great way to wind down after a long day. For a bite to eat, try The Bailey (.3 mi/.5 km) for American, Haru Sushi (.2 mi/ 322 m) for Seafood, or Bobby Van’s (.4 mi/.6 km) if you’re in the mood for Steak house classics. When you have some downtime, explore your surroundings that include Midtown Comics (.2 mi/322 m), South Street Seaport Museum (.2 mi/ 322 m), and much more! If that doesn’t cut it, head to Wall Street / Williams Street subway station for more New York City exploration!
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