|start date||end date||sleeps||month||information|
|Apr 15 2021||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 4 (D): $145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning and household expenses|
|Apr 29 2021||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 2 (B): $145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning and household expenses|
|information:Bedroom 1 (A): $145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning and household expenses|
|information:Bedroom 3 (C): $145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning and household expenses|
Located on the corner of Frederick Douglass Boulevard and West 111th Street, this four-bedroom 780 sqft (72.4 sqm) apartment is located just a block away from Central Park and has a washer and dryer in unit.
Known as the birthplace of Jazz, Harlem is home to some historical movements that shaped the way we live today. The Harlem Renaissance was a decade long art movement that began in 1920 and ended in 1930, and you’ll be living right in the corners of where this movement took place. This four-bedroom apartment is located on the first floor of five, in one of the iconic New York City low-rise buildings. Walking into this apartment, you are greeted with the main living space, an open concept combing the living room and kitchen. In the living room, you have a sofa, sheets, A/C, and a TV. In the kitchen, you have a refrigerator, microwave, toaster, dishwasher, a four-burner stove with an oven, and plenty of cabinetry for storage. All four bedrooms follow the same contemporary style furniture. With the exception of one bedroom, which has a queen size bed, the other three are all full-size beds. All bedrooms have an A/C unit, sheets, towels, and windows. In addition, all bedroom each have a desk, for any work from home that needs to be submitted in a timely manner. This four-bedroom apartment has one bathroom and one powder room. The powder room comes with a sink and water closet. The bathroom comes with a tub-shower, a water closet, sink, and a window. This apartment also comes with a washer and dryer in unit and the building has an elevator and has hardwood floors.
Situated right on the border of two neighborhoods, this apartment is found one block in the border of Harlem and one block out of the Upper West Side. With such close proximity to two neighborhoods, you’ll have an option of things to keep you busy. Having an apartment that is located in Harlem, you’ll be living in the same neighborhood as where the Harlem Renaissance took place. Known for being an artistic revival from 1920 to 1930, Harlem has come to have some of the best jazz clubs in Manhattan alongside with some new and trendy restaurants. Walking through the streets of Harlem, you can’t help but notice all the classic 19th century townhouses and the trees situated perfectly and symmetrically on each block. Just a block away from your apartment you are at the top north-western corner of Central Park, which makes taking a stroll there inevitable. At that same corner you also have the Cathedral Parkway 110th Street Subway Station, giving you access to lines A, B, and C, which take you all the way from the northern tip to the southern tip of Manhattan. From there, NYC is your oyster. You can get off in Midtown, the Upper East Side, The Village, or even Chelsea and explore all of Manhattan.