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|information:WHOLE PERIOD ONLY - Utilities & internet included - $100 exit cleaning fee|
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|information:PRICE SUBJECT TO CHANGE - Utilities & internet included - $100 exit cleaning fee|
Located in Union Square, Manhattan, New York, in a building with a laundry room and a security system, this studio apartment marries practicality and style. The furnished apartment sits near the cross streets of East 7th Street and 2nd Avenue. It does not have an elevator. If you know what to look for, the international culture to be found in this corner of New York is varied, flavorful, and educational.
The studio layout encourages multitasking, and this apartment is no different. A modest but functional open kitchen space allows you to get the cooking job done with a stovetop, microwave, toaster, and coffeemaker. In the fridge or freezer store the food you cook or the take-out you get from one of the many nearby restaurants. The bed here is queen-size and it affords a view of the TV, as well as a view out the window. Both windows in the main room have a stool—commonly referred to as a sill. Contemporary-style furnishings ask little of the space while giving to the room a 21st-century appeal. In the bathroom, the shower has both a fixed head and a hand-held head.
On the blocks and street corners around the apartment you will find a range of Asian restaurants, including Japanese, Chinese, and Vietnamese eateries. You can also find French and Italian fare. A half-mile walk (around 805 meters) will bring you to the open air of Gould Plaza at the heart of New York University. Museums less than a half-mile away include Arcadia Earth, the Merchant’s House Museum, the Swiss Institute, and the Ukrainian Museum. The St. George Ukrainian Catholic Church is across the street from the apartment.
Within a distance of 0.6 miles (around 900 meter) from the apartment, you will find four subway stations. The station at Astor Place runs the 4 and 6 trains. From Astor Place, if you follow East 8th Street a block west, you will come to the 8th Street Station on Broadway, where you can hop on the N, Q, R, and W trains. If you instead follow Lafayette Street south a few blocks from Astor Place, you will come to the Bleecker Street Station, which also services the 4 and 6 trains. Go one block farther south and you will come to the Broadway/Lafayette Station and the opportunity to board the B, D, F, and M trains.