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|information:Utilities & internet included - $100 exit cleaning fee|
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.
Located on the corner of East 7th Street and Cooper Square, this studio apartment is the neighborhood of the East Village, with close proximity to universities, park, restaurants, bars, and anything you can possibly need.
This studio apartment is located in a four-story building that was built in 1900. This studio apartment is minimal, and perfect for anyone on the go. In the main room, on one side you have the kitchenette portion of the room with a refrigerator, microwave, and toaster. On the opposite, you have a full-size bed, with an A/C unit, TV, and sheets provided. In the bathroom, you have a rain over head shower, water closet, sink, and mirror with towels provided. This studio apartment also comes with a laundry unit in the building and is covered in hardwood floors.
Nearby this apartment, you have New York University, St. John’s University Manhattan Campus, the Cooper Union, The New School, and Baruch College. This apartment is found in the area of Astor Place, an area surrounded by hip restaurants, cafes, and theaters. This studio apartment is a central location to the heart of the city. The East Village, being part of the overall Village is where the heart of Manhattan beats, with constant activity and nightlife. Forget Times Square, this is the place to be to truly see the city that never sleeps. Known for its performance venues, hip boutiques, cocktail lounges and restaurants, and local souvenir shops, the East Village attracts anyone and transports them back to their younger self. Check out The Public Theater for local events, and the Blue Man Group, for their famous performance. On a day when you are free, find yourself in either Washington Square Park or Tompkins Square Park, reading a book or enjoying a cup of coffee while admiring the New York life. To further explore the rest of New York City, find the Astor Place Subway Station just two blocks away with access to lines 4 and 6, and the 8th Street-NYU Subway Station with lines to Q, N, R, and W.