at Prince St
at Prince St
NoLita, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
Renovated two bedroom with washer/dryer in Soho.
-Washer/dryer in unit
-Queen size bedroom
-Live in super
-Close to mass transit
-One month free
-Price listed net effective rent with one month free
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Nearby Public Transportation
0.13 mi at Spring St (Spring St and Lafayette St)
0.16 mi at Bowery (Delancey St and Bowery)
0.20 mi at Prince St (Prince St and Broadway)
0.20 mi at Broadway-Lafayette St (Houston St and Broadway)
0.25 mi at 2nd Av (Houston St and Allen St)
The Property / Area (NoLita)
If you aren't wary of densely populated neighborhoods and the
constant crowds of tourists checking out the surrounding
neighborhoods of SoHo and Litte Italy, then check out Nolita, a
named derived from North of Little Italy. Those living in Nolita,
can all agree that its a cozy, quaint and friendly neighborhood
that's filled with trendy shopping, stylish sidewalk cafes and art
galleries. Rental units are abundant in the many pre-war walk-up
buildings that saturate the area. A few high-rise luxury rental
buildings are also currently in development in the area bringing a
wide diversity of rental unit options to those looking to make
Nolita their new home.
Population: This neighborhood is quite densely populated,
even by Manhattan standards; its population density is almost three
times higher than the city as a whole.
Adjacent Neighborhoods: SoHo, NoHo, Little Italy,
Greenwich Village, Chinatown, East Village and The Lower East
Public Transit: B,D,F,V…
The area has a number of food options, including The Mermaid Inn, Casa Mezcal, and Emporio. These are located within 763 yards. You can find Oficina Latina nearby. Whole Foods Market is only 258 yards away.
The apartment is a unit offered at a monthly price of $4,600. The person posting the listing did not specify that any pets were allowed. It may be the case that pets are ok and the manager simply has not yet filled out all the details. 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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