• $4,000

no fee

RENTED 05/17/2024
  • 1 bed
  • 1 bath
RENTED
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  • Available:05/16/2024
  • Days on market:16
  • Last price change:$100 (3%) 9 days ago

Renovated one bedroom with stainless steel appliances and breakfast bar. Building has a laundry facility and live in super. Please email for appointment SMIMOUN@BRODSKY.COM Hardwood Floors Stainless Steel Appliances Subway Tile Shower Elevator Laundry Facilities No Fee This Pre-War, East Village gem features architectural details in the forms of archways, crown moldings and old world charm. With NYU and The New School just a quick walk away as well as shops, transportation and dining, this building in the heart of the East Village is worth coming home to.

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Maintenance Rating

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Typical for luxury buildings in excellent condition


Bed Bug History

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Next Steps

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    Meet at the building

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    Ask the agent any questions during your tour


Closing Tips

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  • The entire application and lease signing process is done online
  • Income must be 40x rent, 80x with guarantors

East Village

The East Village has been a center of cultural impact since the days when its buildings were flanked by dirt roads. The East Village sits with Gramercy Park and Stuyvesant Town to the north, Greenwich Village to the west and the Lower East Side to the south. Since the 1960's, this vibrant neighborhood finds its place in New York City as a central location for the arts. lively nightlife and hipster cool. To this day, It remains as the birthplace and home of a range of cultural and artistic movements,