Union Square is a center-of-the-action neighborhood, filled with professionals, artists, entertainers, and tourists.
The population today is around 9,785. Itself a huge congregation point, the area is valued for its park and architecture, as well as monuments and artwork including a statue of Gandhi, a statue of George Washington, and the Metronome. Another valued attraction is the neighborhood’s green market that features dozens of local farmers, bakers, brewers, artists, and businesses.learn more about this neighborhood
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- 30% Luxury Highrise
- 27% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 14% Post War
- 9% Pre War
- 7% Other
Why spend 15% of the years rent (almost two months of rent) with someone else?
***URBAN COMPASS EXCLUSIVE*** Studio apartment for rent in doorman building in the heart of Union Square. Situated on high floor and facing south, this studio features hardwood floors, great light, and a fantastic location. 2 large closets and one smaller closet can store everything from clothes to luggage. Full renovated kitchen includes stainless steel appliances: full fridge, full stove, microwave, and dishwasher! Renovated bathroom just completed! Living area has ample space for any size bed and living room furniture. All located in a gorgeous building with laundry, gym, and separate garage! Pets Allowed (case by case) Sorry No shares No walls. Literally steps from the L 456 NQR at Union Sq. Trader Joes and Whole Foods right outside your door!
You deserve a home you love.
$3,250, Studio, 1.0 Bathroom
- 496 sq. ft.
- Web ID: d9450704e2b7b6b89fa30fd9d07bd9cab2920014
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