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|information:+ App Fee; +$150 exit cleaning; Electricity not included; WiFi included|
This New York low-rise Studio, one bathroom apartment is located in one of Manhattan’s most prominent neighborhoods, SoHo/Little Italy. Enjoy the views of all of downtown all the way up to your 5th floor apartment (equivalent to 4th floor European). Live in a peaceful, quiet building with a vibrant, bustling neighborhood just outside your door on Mulberry Street & Grand Street. The building is fully wired with an elevator, security system, laundry in building, pets allowed, and roof deck access. This apartment is the perfect space for you to explore and feel at home!
Please note : The ground floor of this building shares space with a restaurant which can be noisy at times.
This studio features hardwood floors, recessed lighting, high ceilings, and windows, to name a few. There is plenty of storage space in the kitchen, as well as practical conveniences including a microwave, refrigerator, stove, and coffeemaker. A separate portion has a spacious sleeping area with a queen-sized bed and enormous windows that let in plenty of natural light. Personal goods or cleaning supplies can be stored in the closet. In the bedroom, you'll find a double bed. The bathroom has been updated with newer flooring and a tub/shower combination.
World-famous Italian restaurants abound on Mulberry Street, including “Da Nico” (308.4 ft). Since its inception in 1993, Da Nico has been run by a family. Da Nico Ristorante is a New York institution that serves the freshest, highest-quality Italian cuisine. You'll undoubtedly pass beneath the "Welcome to Little Italy '' landmark sign that hangs over Hester Street as you visit Little Italy. New York Law School is 0.9 miles/1.448km away from Mulberry Street and Grand Street. Merchant's House Museum, City Hall Park, and Washington Square Park are among the 5 parks within 1.7 miles/2.73km.
Canal Street / Broadway (.3 miles/0.482km) serves the NQRW line, providing access to Brooklyn (N, Q, R, and W), Queens (Q, R, and W), and further Manhattan stops.