Artsy? Then the East Village is for you.
Simply by walking down the streets, one can feel the difference in the vibe of the East Village versus the Upper East Side, for example. Vintage dresses, old lace-up boots, and battered brown purses accent its young inhabitants.learn more about this neighborhood
#2Neighborhood popularity:based on Naked Apartments searches
- 27% Walk-Up
- 26% Pre War
- 14% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 8% Luxury Highrise
- 6% Post War
The apartment has such features as kitchen with granite countertops and microwave, a marble tiled bathroom with sliding glass shower doors, and hardwood floors. Each bedroom is large enough for a queen size bed & dresser.
This apartment also features a large terrace overlooking 10th street.
The building was constructed in 1999 and is a great alphabet city location near many restaurants and nightlife, and is across the street from the following buses:
M8 bus - Goes to the Astor place #6 Train station or all the way across 8/9th streets to the W. Village
M14 bus - Goes up Ave. C and across 14th Street
M21 Bus - Goes down Ave. C and across Houston Street
Since we built this building a few years ago, each apartment has an individual heater/hot water heater with a thermostat control and baseboard heaters (not clunky old radiators), so you are not depending on a 100 year old boiler all winter. You do pay for your own electric to power said unit, but that is reflected in the rent. You pay for what you use.
$3,200, Two Bedrooms, 1.0 Bathroom
- Web ID: TG87654
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