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Located on Duane Street, between Broadway and Church Street, this studio apartment is located in the famous New York City neighborhood of Tribeca. This studio apartment is found in a building that offers endless amenities such as a fitness center and garden.
Located in one of Manhattan’s most trendy neighborhoods, Tribeca, is filled with classic old industrial buildings, the beginning of skyscrapers in Lower Manhattan, and cobblestone streets filled with restaurants and boutiques. Walking into this 577 sqft (53.6 sqm) apartment, your eyes are instantly capture the wall to wall and floor to ceiling windows, found at the end of the apartment. For a studio in Manhattan, this studio apartment has everything you would need at your disposal. In the main room you have the living space, fully furnished in a modern look. You have a sofa, TV with cable, an A/C unit, a dining table that easily seats four, and a queen size bed with sheets and towels provided. Walking in from the main door, to your right you have your kitchen. The kitchen, being fully equipped with dining-ware and silverware, also comes with a refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, toaster, dishwasher, and an oven with a four-burner stove. The bathroom is simply elegant. It has a rain-overhead tub-shower, a water closet, a sink with cabinetry underneath for space for your toiletries, and a wall-to-wall mirror. The amenities in this residential building are endless. You have a private sun terrace, heated indoor pool, bike storage, garden, fitness center, parking garage, 24-hour attended lobby, and pet-friendly building. This studio apartment is covered in hardwood floors and has an elevator and washer and dryer in the building.
The most photographed buildings of New York City are probably the old industrial buildings found on the streets of Tribeca. Tribeca stands for “Triangle Below Canal Street” because Tribeca is literally a triangle neighborhood below Canal Street. Tribeca is a neighborhood mainly with low to mid rise buildings, and if you find a rooftop bar you can go to, the views will be amazing. With Soho and Financial District being its surrounding neighborhoods, they have shaped Tribeca to be both hip and strictly business. Here, you will find endless restaurants, both modern and classic, stores to go on a shopping spree, and endless walking for the most picturesque buildings you’ll come across. Pose in front of the street on a red light, or in front of a building to get that classic New York City picture. You can also find yourself walking on the Hudson River Park on a sunny day enjoying the view of New Jersey and the Hudson River. To explore the rest of Manhattan, you have Chamber Street Subway Station with lines 1 and 2, and Chambers Street Subway Station with lines A, C, and F.