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|information:+ App Fee; +$150 exit cleaning; Electricity not included; cable, WiFi included|
The interior photos are from a model apartment in the building. The model apartment is representative of both the quality and style of apartments offered at this location. Description, floor plan and photos are for reference purposes only. Actual apartment’s dimensions, layouts and furniture may vary.
Experience one of Manhattan’s most vibrant and historic neighborhoods when you rent this 1 bedroom apartment in Little Italy. Located in a 6 story elevator building with security system and laundry facilities, this furnished apartment is situated near Mulberry Street and Grand Street in the heart of Manhattan’s Little Italy neighborhood.
The 1 bedroom/1 bath apartment in Little Italy is designed with a modern look, furnished and equipped with all you could need to step right into living the NYC life. The living room offers space to lounge with a comfy sofa and flat screen TV so you can enjoy a movie night in your cool new NYC pad. Sit down to a home cooked meal at the dining table for two when you want to spend a quiet night in. The open kitchen is stocked with all the equipment you need for cooking at home including gas stove/oven, microwave, toaster, coffee maker and refrigerator. The bedroom is fitted with a queen size bed flanked by night tables. Shop the small boutiques in the area and store your finds in the dresser and closet. The bathroom is designed with a tub/shower combination, large vanity mirror, sink with storage cabinets beneath and a toilet.
Little Italy is a neighborhood with narrow streets and tons of history, found in Downtown Manhattan below the East Village near Soho and the Lower East Side. In this neighborhood you will find tenement buildings that housed Italian immigrants starting way back in the 1800’s. You’ll also find traditional restaurants and bakeries with delicious Italian pastries like cannolis and tiramisu. Ferrara Bakery & Cafe (195 Grand Street) is one of the oldest and most famous bakeries in the area. Head to Puglia (189 Hester Street) and be surrounded by history in this establishment serving Italian cuisine since 1919. Stroll the streets and you will find plenty of variety in options for dining or taking something out to enjoy in the comfort of home . For a night out, the Bowery Ballroom (6 Delancey Street), a 3-level concert venue always has the latest live music acts.
Subway access can be found at Canal Street / Broadway: (6/J/N/Q/R/Z lines) and Grand Street / Chrystie Street: (B/D lines).