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Live the life in NYC’s energetic East Village when you rent this 1 bedroom apartment located on the 2nd floor (1st floor European) in a walkup, pet-friendly, elevator building with 24/7 security. The building is located near East 13th Street and 1st Avenue with laundry facilities available on-site.
This East Village furnished 1 bedroom apartment has dark wood floors throughout and is furnished with all you need to step right into NYC living. The color palette is neutral with grays and wood tones. In the living room you’ll find a sofa to relax on when you just feel like hanging out at home, along with wood furnishings including a coffee table and TV console with a flat screen TV. There’s a wood dining table for four so you can host dinner at your place. The kitchen decor combines white cabinetry with stainless steel appliances and offers a stove/oven, refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee maker and dishwasher. The bedroom has an accent wall painted in a dreamy steel blue-gray behind the double size bed. The room is furnished with a desk and chair to get work or studying done near the window. Wooden night tables, a dresser and closets provide storage space for your belongings. In the black and white bathroom you’ll find a combo tub/shower.
The East Village section of downtown Manhattan is always hopping with bars, live music venues and late night restaurants. With so many dining and entertainment options in the area you’ll never be at a loss for things to do or something tasty to grab. Keep the old-school East Village vibe alive by visiting neighborhood staples like Veselka (2nd Ave & 9th Street) that’s always hopping 24 hours a day, and cozy neighborhood cafe MUD (which also happens to have the best coffee in town, located at 307 E 9th Street). Grab drinks at McSorley’s Old Ale House (which has been around since 1854)! Stroll around and discover some of the areas secret gardens nestled between buildings, cross Houston Street, the main thoroughfare and discover SoHo and the Lower East Side. A walk across the Brooklyn Bridge lets you hop from Manhattan to Brooklyn with Instagram-worthy views along the way.
Subway access can be found at 1 Avenue / 14 Street: (L subway line) and 14 Street / Broadway : Union Square: (4/5/6/N/Q/R).
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