You are invited to rent this fantastic ENTIRE apartment with 1 bedroom + living room for up to 5 people! The subway is at a 3 minutes walk and you'll be in heart of one of Manhattan’s most fashionable neighborhoods, very close to SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown.
Room (2 windows): 1 queen size bed, 1 dresser, 1 closet and 1 small desk. This one accommodates 2 people.
Living Room (1 window): 1 single pull-out bed and 1 double sofa-bed. This one accommodates 3 people.
Kitchen: 1 fridge, 1 microwave, 1 stove w/oven, 1 coffee maker, 1 toaster, 1 kettle and all utensils you normally find in a kitchen!
Bathroom: small but enough!
Other Things to Note
You'll find many coffee shops, restaurants, bars and grocery stores in the area. But also good to mention that you'll at a walking distance to Soho (5 mins), Little Italy (8 mins), Chinatown (5 mins) and many other attractions.
Once a notoriously overcrowded and unsanitary slum, the Lower East Side is now one of Manhattan’s most fashionable neighborhoods. Most of the bargain-clothing stores and pickle vendors have given way to indie boutiques and sceney eateries, though there are a few cherished survivors of the former Jewish stronghold, including venerable smoked-fish purveyors Russ & Daughters and pastrami legend Katz’s Delicatessen. The Tenement Museum keeps the neighborhood’s history alive in a series of restored apartments visited via themed guided tours, but most of the area’s cultural draws are contemporary: The arrival of the New Museum on the Bowery several years ago drew numerous art galleries to the LES.
You have 3 options:
a) Delancey St / Essex St Station (4 minutes walk): This station connects to the F-J-M-Z trains and it's located on the corner of Delancey St and Essex St.
b) Bowery Station (3 minutes walk): This station connects to the J-Z trains and it's located on the corner of Bowery St and Delancey St.
c) M15 Bus: There are many stops on Allen Street and this bus will take you all the way up on 1st Avenue to 125th Street. On the way back, it's pretty simple as well. You can take it anywhere on 2nd Avenue and it will take you again all the way down to the closest stop which is on Hester Street.
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