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|information:12 months + : + taxes - Rates are subject to change. Utilities are not included|
|information:6 to 12 months : + taxes - Rates are subject to change. Utilities are not included|
|information:2 to 6 months : + taxes - Rates are subject to change. Utilities are not included|
|information:1 to 2 months : + taxes - Rates are subject to change. Utilities are not included|
Enjoy this fully furnished studio apartment in New York’s Financial District. Located at Wall Street between Hanover Street and Pearl Street, this studio apartment available for sublet is great for guests completing business in NYC or those looking to explore the city for longer periods of time.
This studio apartment available for sublet in Manhattan features hardwood floors, base moulding, and modern decor throughout the entirety of the space. Two windows in the living room provide ample natural light brightening the entire apartment. The living room also features a modern sofa and wide screen television. A dining area located in the living room comfortably seats three guests and is placed before a large, double door closet offering guests plenty of storage space. The bedroom, also located in the living room area, features a queen size bed and dresser. Recessed lighting in the kitchen brightens the space and highlights a white subway tile backsplash. Modern appliances and white cabinets for storage complete the kitchen. Recessed lighting continues in the private bathroom, which features tiled walls and a bathtub and shower combo.
Manhattan’s Financial District is home to Wall Street and surrounded by skyscrapers. Well-known Stone Street, located .3 miles / 482 meters away from the apartment, is available only to pedestrians and features cobblestone roads with many popular bars and restaurants. Guests staying in this apartment will be close to waterfront views of the East River and can easily visit the Statue of Liberty Viewpoint, only .6 miles / 965 meters away. Plenty of parks and manicured plaza’s are available for enjoying time outdoors in the summer months, including Battery Park (.4 miles / 643 meters) and Bowling Green (.3 miles / 482 meters), NYC’s oldest public park since 1773. The 9/11 Tribute Museum, standing in the place of the Twin Towers, is also .4 miles / 643 meters away. Guests looking to make full use of the apartment’s kitchen can make a quick trip to City Acres Market Grocery, only .1 miles / 160 meters away.
Exploring the rest of Manhattan and New York City is easy by taking the 2 or 3 line from the Wall Street / William Street subway station (315 feet).