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|information:9 month min; Utilities & internet included - $100 exit cleaning fee|
On the corner of Bleecker Street & Macdougal Street this two bedroom is close to Soho, Tribeca, the West Village, and Washington Square Park! Known for its young and vibrant energy, and having one of the most unique vibes, this spot is perfect for students or young professionals!
This apartment is on floor four, or the European third floor, of a 5 story building built in 1900. When you first enter your apartment, you will be in awe of the new finishes, clean and serene atmosphere that this apartment holds. First, the separate kitchen will catch your eye. There is a fridge, freezer, microwave, cutlery and a toaster. There is also a washer and dryer in this space, a luxury here in New York. You’ll also notice a small dining table for two. From there you will enter the bathroom with a glass door shower, stone floors, a water closet, and towels for you to use. Both bedrooms are quite homey and comfortable, and are fully furnished. This includes a desk, a chair, a bed full sized bed with sheets, a night stand, a lamp, an AC unit, and a TV with cable.
You’re in luck! This location is one of the most lively locations in Downtown Manhattan. Right below your apartment you have the option of choosing to eat at Dante NYC, Bar Pitti for some Italian, Shuka for some Mediterranean, Spicy Moon for some vegan Asian food, or Caroll Place with some American classics. If you move more towards the West Village, try a slice from Joe’s Pizza, some hand rolls at Nami Nori, or some modern Mediterranean at Jack’s Wife Freda. As you move South try the Sadelle’s, Lure Fish Bar, Altesi, or the Dutch. Want some ice cream? Try Big Gay Ice Cream shop in the West Village or Morgenstern’s Finest ice cream on West Houston. Living here you also have access to all of Soho shopping, with your favorite store probably having a flagship location nearby. And don’t forget the privilege of living near Washington Sq., Park, where you can people watch, going on a walk or enjoy your lunch! If you thought it couldn’t get better, it does! The 1 train is at Houston Street and Varick Street and the A, B, C, D, E, F, M trains at W. 4th St. and 6th Avenue, you’re in one of the most accessible spots of Manhattan.