• $3,895

no fee

RENTED 05/22/2024
  • Studio
  • 1 bath
RENTED
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  • Available:05/20/2024
  • Days on market:28
  • Last price change:$100 (3%) 12 days ago

Eastern facing spacious studio with large kitchen, granite countertops and breakfast bar for dining. Stainless steel appliances in kitchen. Soho Court is a post-war elevator building with fitness center, laundry, courtyard, and in-house Resident Manager. Dishwasher Granite Countertops Hardwood floors Microwave Stainless Steel Appliances Courtyard Elevator Fitness Center Laundry in Building Pet Friendly Resident Manager

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Typical for luxury buildings in excellent condition


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  • Income must be 45x rent, 75x with guarantors

Soho

Historically known for its burgeoning arts scene dating back to the early 80’s, Soho has transformed into the go-to destination for designer shopping, dining, and people watching. Its quaint and picturesque streets still house some of the city’s most impressive art galleries, but now the world’s top clothing designers have shops along West Broadway, Spring Street, and Mercer Street. Residents love the cobblestone streets, cast-iron architecture, and obscure gems that you can still find in this classic neighborhood.