|start date||end date||sleeps||month||information|
|Jun 15 2023||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 1(B):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
|Jul 12 2023||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 2(B):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
|Sep 30 2023||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 2(C):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
|Oct 27 2023||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 2(A):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
|Apr 27 2024||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 1(A):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
Fronted by trees which wind towards the sky from the sidewalk, quintessential New York Brownstone townhouses line a street in Harlem, Manhattan. Here, near the junction of West 199th Street and Malcom X Boulevard, a 5-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment share offers respite in the city that never sleeps. The building has a terrace, but no elevator.
Each of the five bedrooms is a distinct space. Bamboo-colored hardwood flooring runs through each room, but little else ties them together aesthetically. The first bedroom extends wide and houses a double bed. The second and third bedroom might be considered aesthetic twins, both having two windows with prominent, wood sills. These two bedrooms boast queen-size beds. The fourth bedroom—almost a square—is the coziest of the bunch. It has a double bed. The fifth bedroom has the most character, with French doors along a wall complementing the decorative molding. These rooms for rent all have air conditioning. They are all fully furnished. One of the shared bathrooms has a double sink and a tub/shower unit; the other has a glass shower. In the kitchen you will find an oven, a fridge, a freezer, a microwave, a toaster, a coffeemaker, and a dishwasher, and perhaps you will find yourself, cooking up a meal. The dining table is in the living room. Here there is also air conditioning as well as a sofa and a TV. This is the one space that may challenge the terrace as the best place to relax in the apartment. The terrace extends beyond a patio to a small garden-like area.
On the blocks surrounding this roommate share, you will find restaurants of all descriptions—some of them only a few doors down. Head north a mile or so (around 1.6 meters) to experience some of the music of Harlem in establishments situated along Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard. Many of these are historic and all are storied. While in the area, you can enjoy a stroll through St. Nicholas Park, which borders the campus for the Center for Discovery and Innovation. If you cannot bear the wait and need to get into nature quick, you can leave this shared apartment and head two blocks over to Marcus Garvey Park. If you are willing to compromise with a mid-length trek and a great payoff, head down to Central Park—located 0.5 miles (around 800 meters) from this apartment. From here you can meander down the 0.4-mile (around 644 meters) path to the European-style Conservatory Garden.
Traversing three blocks will take you to the 16th Street subway station on Malcolm X Boulevard, which runs the 2 and 3 trains. Navigating around a different three blocks will take you to the 16th Street station on Fredrick Douglas Boulevard, which runs the A, B, and C trains.