at First Avenue
at First Avenue
East Village, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
Do you want to find the Best deals in East Village, Gramercy, Union Square, Murray Hill and Kips Bay? Call/text James 347.865.2637 ASAP!
NO FEE FOR ALL AUGUST LEASE START DATES
This is a spacious 3 bedroom unit in a walk up that can accommodate up to 4 people. Ideal for students or young professionals. Recently Renovated with Dishwasher, tons of closet space. Please inquire within for further details.
Building and Apartment Amenities
-Apartment features new wooded floors and state of the art appliances
-Responsive, on-site management office
-On-premises storage units and bike rooms
-24-hour laundry rooms
-24-hour attended garage with direct access to buildings
Call/Text James Mercure at 347-865-2637 for a showing.
P.S. The air is the same everywhere in Manhattan. Be flexible with the location if you want to save some money!!!! Apartments don't last long on the market and I don't do bait and switch!
Nearby Public Transportation
0.08 mi at 1st Av (14th St and 1st Ave)
0.42 mi at Astor Place (East 8th St and 4th Ave)
0.44 mi at 14th St-Union Square (14th St and 4th Ave)
0.50 mi at 8th St (8th Ave and Broadway)
0.64 mi at 2nd Av (Houston St and Allen St)
The Property / Area (East Village)
The East Village is a buzzing hub of youthful energy and
activity, boasting bookstores, cafes, galleries and beyond-hip
bars, it's both stylish and laid back. It was once the most vibrant
art scene in NYC, and though it maintains those roots to date,
there is a much more polished edge to the neighborhood today,
complete with luxury condos, franchised coffee shops and lunch
spots. Median rental prices in East Village are about the same as
the rest of Manhattan. Over 30% of renters here live in buildings
with 50 or more units. Newer and taller buildings have been
developed at a steady rate since the 1930s leading to more
available apartments for renters.
The East Village has the highest concentration of bars in the
city. It boasts apartment diversity, demographic diversity, a high
density of restaurants, and proximity to nightlife. Likely due to
its vicinity to NYU, the East Village has more income and ethnic
diversity than its next-door-neighborhoods. That's not to say…
East Village Apartments
The Mermaid Inn and Spot Dessert Bar are some of the restaurants in the area. You can find Maialino nearby. Whole Foods Market is only 892 yards away. A number of shops (including Kmart) can be found around here.
The apartment is a unit offered at a monthly price of $4,700. The manager allows pet cats but does not seem to allow dogs. As always, you should ask as early in the process as possible if you have any questions regarding the pet policy. This is a No Fee apartment, meaning the manager or agent should not ask you for a broker fee (there may still be deposits and other move-in fees paid to the landlord).
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