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
OUR THOUGHTS: The completely renovated NO FEE 1 bedroom apartments are outstanding. The owner really paid very close attention to detail, ensuring to clean up the old school brick, install new flooring that matched nicely, including a ceiling fan & recessed lighting with a fader control. The modern bathroom is tiled in marble, and the kitchen has a dishwasher, microwave, and stacked Bosch Washer/Dryer. Heat & Hot Water are covered by the LL. We don't like to say it, but these will move quickly. THE BUILDING: We are really excited about this project, as few developers renovate Brownstones properly. This building has been gutted from top to toe. The hallways have recessed lighting, stone floors, and beautiful slim molding. The entryway is closed by a double pane glass door and black painted walls. In the East Village you will enjoy tons of Mon & Pops Restaurants, boutique shops, and unique locales. A 6 minute walk will get you onto the 1st Avenue L Train, taking you Westward to Union Square, or Eastward 1 stop to the Bedford L Train, in the heart of Williamsburg.
$2,895, One Bedroom, 1.0 Bathroom
- 675 sq. ft.
- Web ID: 2887422
L1st Av (0.4 mi)
F2nd Av (0.58 mi)
L3rd Av (0.64 mi)
F J M ZDelancey St-Essex St (0.7 mi)
6Astor Place (0.7 mi)
N R8th St (0.81 mi)
6Bleecker St (0.84 mi)
J ZBowery (0.9 mi)
L N Q R 4 5 614th St-Union Square (0.92 mi)
B D F MBroadway-Lafayette St (0.95 mi)