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|information:6 months minimum. Utilities included. $120 Cleaning fee (Once a month).|
This 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom furnished apartment in SoHo, Manhattan sits near Spring Street and West Broadway in a building with no elevator. It overlooks the street from a second-floor (equivalent to the first floor in Europe) vantage. Though contemporary in style, it is surrounded by the aesthetic trappings of 20th-century New York—exposed pipe, fire escapes, and brick facades.
A small foyer-like area mediates traffic into and out of the apartment, increasing the privacy of the space. Here there is a closet and cubby storage. It is a place to transition; you can kick off your shoes and enter the main room fresh and light-footed. Hardwood flooring livens up the atmosphere here. Three north-facing windows let in indirect sunlight. There is a sofa and a TV. In the summer, you can enjoy the air conditioning from the comfort of a double sofa bed. The open kitchen spreads along one wall. For breakfast, it has you covered with a coffeemaker and a toaster. For lunch and supper, there is a microwave and an oven. For clean-up, there is a dishwasher.
The bathroom employs tile to strike an elegant balance between form and function. The shower seems to grow out from the rest of the bathroom. The first bedroom has a queen-size bed and a window which overlooks the street. The block has a slight easterly tilt, towards the sunrise. The second bedroom houses a sizable closet and a few more cubbyholes. Here you will find a double bed.
SoHo is a well-known shopping hub, and you can find a clothing shop on nearly every block. There are several Italian restaurants near this furnished rental. If you look, you can find other old-world flavors as well. Little Italy is a half mile (around 800 meters) from the apartment. Just beyond that is Chinatown. You will not need to leave SoHo to take in culture, however. SoHo is home to the SoHo-Cast Iron District, an historical area where most of New York’s cast iron buildings are. Washington Park is also around a half mile (around 800 meters) from the apartment.
Without walking more than a half mile (around 805 meters), you can catch a ride on the A, C, and E trains at both the Canal Street subway station at 6th Avenue and the Spring Street station at 6th Avenue; the 1 and 2 trains at the Canal Street station at Varick Street; the 4 and 6 trains at the Spring Street station at Lafayette Street; the N, Q, R, and W trains at the Prince Street subway station; and the B, C, D, and F trains at the Broadway-Lafayette station at East Houston Street.
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.