living room with bedroom doors closed SWliving room facing into 2nd Bedroom


Logement entier

3 voyageurs

2 chambres

2 lits

Logement entier

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2 chambres

2 lits

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À propos de ce logement

Airy, quiet 4th-fl. Loft, 12 ft ceilings, two bedrooms, natural light facing South, full amenities, huge books movies collection, new luxury bath room, 40-inch TV, heart of downtown, New York next to Union Square, roof access (huge deck), 24h doorman


Le logement
Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 3
Salles de bain : 1
Chambres : 2
Lits : 2
Type de logement : Logement entier

Équipements
Équipements

Prix
Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : Sans frais
Frais de ménage : 97€
Caution : 973€
Réduction à la semaine : 15%
Conditions d'annulation : Flexibles

Description
Description

Airy, quiet 4th-fl. Loft, 12 ft ceilings, two bedrooms, natural light facing South, full amenities, huge books movies collection, new luxury bath room, 40-inch TV, heart of downtown, New York next to Union Square, roof access (huge deck), 24h doorman

APARTMENT: Ultra-modern medium-sized 1200 sq ft loft
South-facing, well-lit, wood floors, Eames chairs, Turkish rugs, exceptional library and CD, DVD collection, 3 desks, large living room with big table,two reading corners with lights, large central area, small office room, two separate bedrooms one with loft bed, just renovated ultramodern bathroom with rain shower and hand-held shower.
2-elevator building , 4th Floor no street noise, very quiet building with thick walls and civilized neighbors (weekends there is occasional noise of voices wafting up if the windows are open from the patio three floors down but never anything more rowdy).

2-bedroom: one double bed and one 1-person loft bed, in the living room there is a long sofa that could sleep 1 extra person.
The first bedroom has a double bed is long and narrow and runs parallel to the main loft area between the kitchen and the front area which has the windows, the second is about two-thirds the size, to the left of the front of the loft area, has one of the windows and a single loft bed you get to via a staircase.


Modern kitchen, 3 granite surfaces, stove, dish-washer, microwave and grill; seltzer maker, expresso coffee maker and grinder;
washing-machine and drier.

40-inch smart TV, Netflix, Hulu and free internet

Bath and Shower, Sink

Ceiling fan, many portable fans and two air-conditioners. The apt. is cool in the summer, it almost never gets too hot unless temps outside are in the high 90s. We generally do not need to put the A/C on. Fans suffice (we have lots of these all sizes). Larger Bedroom and small office have ceiling fans.

Full amenities (sheets, toiletries etc.)

24-hour doorman (who has spare key if you get locked out), beautiful lobby, plus small courtyard, full roof access (equivalent to 13th floor) with spacious deck, deck-chairs, table, views of East River and Brooklyn, Con Ed Building.

LOCATION: Central Downtown Manhattan
This sublet is located between 3rd and 4th Avenues on 13th Street where real New Yorkers congregate to have fun. Union Square is the anti-Times Square, full of people but never rowdy, and with all the things that New Yorkers love. Loads of things for teenagers because it nestles between four major Universities and Institutes (NYU, Cooper Union, New School, Parsons School of Design). Young people congragate in Union Square. New York kids like my son meet up there from across the city.

Right next to bustling Union Square, Union Square Park and B’way and 5th Av, super cheap to French expensive clothes stores, loads of small boutiques, wine-stores, restaurants, snack-bars, supermarkets, Eatalia, all the major cinemas, sports bars, inoteca, Jewish Museum, New Museum, clubs, lots of small theaters, bowling alleys, 4-day a week Farmer’s Market next to the park, Union Square Cafe, Barnes & Noble, Strand Book Store, Forbidden Planet, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Antique District, the Public Theater (aka Joseph Papp Theater), CSC Theater, Cooper Union, St Mark’s Place, Little India (both Lexington Av uptown or 6th street downtown), Madison Square, all a stone’s throw away


AVAILABLE from 12/24 to 1/6 only, WHOLE PERIOD preferred

Whole apartment, very large deck on the roof facing East and South (East River, Brooklyn) about 13 stories high; off from the lobby , small open area with benches for quiet relaxation

email, (website hidden)

LOCATION: Central Downtown Manhattan
This sublet is located between 3rd and 4th Avenues on 13th Street where real New Yorkers congregate to have fun. Union Square is the anti-Times Square, full of people but never rowdy, and with all the things that New Yorkers love. Loads of things for teenagers because it nestles between four major Universities and Institutes (NYU, Cooper Union, New School, Parsons School of Design). Young people congregate in Union Square, it is full of music, performers and political protesters but peaceful. New York kids like my son meet up there from across the city.
All of Downtown NY is at your feet (or bike)
On foot 1-5 mins: East Village, Bowery, West Village, Gramercy Park, 5th Av, Washington Square;
10-15 mins Tomkins Square, Bleecker Street, Highline, Apple Store, Chelsea Market, Chelsea, Soho, Little Italy, Chinatown, Little India (s), Little Korea, Madison Square, Empire State Bldg
Subway: Midtown, Central Park, Battery Park, 5-10 min, or bus 15-20 min

Right next to bustling Union Square, Union Square Park and B’way and 5th Av, super cheap to French expensive clothes stores, loads of small boutiques, wine-stores, restaurants, snack-bars, supermarkets, Eatalia, all the major cinemas, sports bars, inoteca, Jewish Museum, New Museum, clubs, lots of small theaters, bowling alleys, 4-day a week Farmer’s Market next to the park, Union Square Cafe, Barnes & Noble, Strand Book Store, Forbidden Planet, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Antique District, the Public Theater (aka Joseph Papp Theater), CSC Theater, Cooper Union, St Mark’s Place, Joseph Pap/Public Theater, Little India (there are two: both Lexington Av uptown or 6th street downtown), all a stone’s throw away

Travel
We’re located at Union Square /East Village. The neighborhood is completely safe at all hours. We go out and use public transport night and day. My son has traveled the subway alone since he was 11. As far as any big city can be safe Manhattan is.
nearby 14th Street on the East side, 5th avenue, St Mark’s Place

Our stop is Union square/14th Street —lines 4, 5, 6, N, Q, R, W, and L. Buses that go close: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). (there are other 14th street stops which are on other avenues too like 6th and 1st)

Subway is the quickest way to go anywhere—24 hours a day. Union Square is a great hub for transport you can go to BAM in Brooklyn for instance in 1/2 hour. Check the MTA website on the weekends though sometimes there are changes to service, especially if you are going to Brooklyn, it is quite rare there are real problems but you never know.

Buses take quite a long time for any trip, they can be tricky to navigate though there are skip stop buses that are a bit speedier. Anything more than 20-30 blocks subway is generally preferable but obviously are better for seeing the city.

You can get a weekly pass for $31 from any station. It gives you unlimited travel on subway and buses. Very good value for tourists. You can make one transfer from bus to subway or subway to bus or from bus to bus but after using your card in the subway or on two buses consecutively there is a delay of 18 minutes before you can use it again (so you can go from bus to subway and vice versa immediately but not on the subway twice before 18 minutes has elapsed).

Parking can be tricky, there is Zipcar and a Hertz a couple of blocks away and an underground garage on the other side of the street.

We have just completed a complete bathroom renovation so everything is new. Double-flush toilet, large shower box with rain shower, Japanese-style bathroom tiles. We have also built an extra office space (6 x 6), with L-shaped desk adjoining the central area so two people could easily have separate spaces without disturbing the other to do email, surf or work. There is another smaller desk in the corner of the lounge, which is also perfect for work (in a much airier space)

French, German and Portuguese spoken here.


Règlement intérieur
Règlement intérieur

Please read any of our books and watch our movies but please don't take any of them with you unless they really changed your life (proof will be required).
Please don't smoke tobacco in the apartment; we are both life-long, strict non-smokers, we are not used to it and the smell does not come out easily.


Dispositif de sécurité
Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée
Kit de premiers secours
Extincteur

Disponibilité
Disponibilité
Séjour de 1 nuit minimum

Hôte : Mark

New York, New York, États-Unis · Membre depuis mai 2013
Mark

We are both academics in our 50s teaching French, Literature and Film Studies at Universities
One teenage son


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