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|information:Bedroom 2. (4FR) 9 Month Min. Utilities, internet, once a month housekeeping incl.|
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|information:Bedroom 1. (4FL) 9 Month Min. Utilities, internet, once a month housekeeping incl.|
This furnished 2 bedroom apartment in New York City is located on the 4th floor (equivalent to the 3rd floor European) of a five story walk-up building with laundry facilities, 24-hour closed circuit TV surveillance security and electronic key card access. The building is located near Sullivan and West 3rd Streets in the picturesque and bohemian Greenwich Village section of Manhattan.
This 2 bedroom apartment is fully furnished and has hardwood floors throughout. Nestled close to several downtown colleges and universities, the building caters to students with leases available for a 9 month semester in addition to shorter duration summer housing. The equipped kitchen is designed with contemporary white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances and has all the necessities to prepare meals; stove/oven, microwave, toaster, full-size refrigerator, and coffee maker. The first bedroom has a double bed and night table, an armoire to store your things, and a desk with chair for studying. The second bedroom is also equipped with a double bed, armoire for storage and desk with chair for studying, plus a TV with cable. Both bedrooms have air-conditioning. Linens and towels are provided. The bathroom is deigned with beige tiles and white fixtures along with a glass enclosed shower with rainfall shower head.
Greenwich Village, also known as “The Village” feels like an escape from the rest of Manhattan with its tree-lined streets and townhouses. Here you’ll find smaller residential buildings, cafes, boutiques, jazz clubs and bars. The area is quiet by day and lively on evenings and weekends with the student population. Washington Square Park is the heart of Greenwich Village and the central hangout for locals. Grab a spot on a bench and listen to local musicians or just admire the view down Fifth Avenue through the famous Washington Square Arch. For a cozy cafe with a long history (it’s been around since 1927) and the best cappuccino, check out Cafe Reggio (119 MacDougal Street). For entertainment, the Village is also known for its comedy clubs. Grab some delicious Mediterranean food at the Olive Tree Cafe & Bar (.1mi/.16km away), and then head right downstairs afterward to the Comedy Cellar for a night of drinks and laughs.
The closest subway access can be found at West 4 Street / 6 Avenue (A/B/C/D/E/F/M lines).