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Welcome to Harlem in the New York City borough of Manhattan! At the cross of St Nicholas Avenue and W 116th Street, you will find in a 1910 mid-rise building, on the first floor (Rez de chaussée in France), a three bedroom apartment. The building is secured by a security system and a concierge part of the day.
Please note that these are bedrooms for rent in a shared apartment. While the bedroom is your private space, other areas such as the living room, bathroom and kitchen will be shared with roommates. The fully furnished three bedroom apartment features hardwood floors and a fully equipped kitchen with tile flooring. Bedroom 1 has a twin size bed, a desk, and a television. Bedroom 2 features a double-sized bed and a desk. Both bedrooms offer a closet for storage space. The bathroom has a bathtub to help relax after a long day.
This apartment share is perfect for students as it is located 0.5 miles away (805m) from Columbia University. If you are interested in museums, 0.9 miles away (2km) there is the Museum Mile with the Guggenheim museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Museum of Modern Art. If you want to relax in nature and forget the hustle and bustle of the city, take a walk in Morningside Park (0.6 miles/ 965m) or in Central Park (0.3mi/ 480m). Don't hesitate to try Lolo's Seafood Shack for some crab legs and shrimp boil with curry sauce. Beer lovers will want to try Bier International (0.4mi/ 645m), and their great selection of German Beers. For a morning brunch, try the infamous fried chicken and waffles at Streetbird Rotisserie (0.2mi/ 320m).
Conveniently located near public transportation, you will be able to hop on the A, B or C train at 116th Street / Frederick Douglass Boulevard (0.2mi) or the 2, 3 and 5 train at 116th Street / Malcolm X (0.2mi) for easy commute to anywhere in the city.
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.