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Experience living like a true New York Artist in a beautiful Pop Art loft like studio apartment. Relax in a fantasy world of light and color and truly recharge for your next adventure in the concrete jungle. Located on 88th street and Lexington Ave, literally seconds from the subway on 86th street and a minute walk to Museum Mile, Central Park and the shops on Madison Avenue. This is Downtown style in the heart of the Upper East Side. A fabulous way to experience the city that never sleeps!
WELOME to POP-UP-TOWN
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ABOUT THE APARTMENT
You get the entire LOFT like STUDIO apartment with 12' (4.5M) high ceilings in a traditional, pre-war, walk-up building. Located on the ground floor (no stairs!) with a kitchen and bath. The apartment is located in the rear of the building and has an amazing colored light system while having a zen like quality to relax and enjoy. You will but a part of the true New york experience surrounded by Lighting and Art created by the owner. There is an extensive book collection of Art, Fashion and Interiors. PETS: SMALL house trained dogs are allowed. NO CATS OR BIG DOGS.
Fully equipped kitchen, free Wifi, a small home gym and yoga equipment. comfortable furniture, a Queen size modern murphy bed with advanced Latex technology mattress for superior comfort and day bed / couch for a third guest.
* Cable TV w/HBO
* 1 bathroom with shower
* Towels and linens included
* Hair dryer
* Full winter heating with humidifier
* juicer (PLEASE CLEAN JUICER IF USED)
PLEASE NOTE: We issue only 1 set of keys to the apartment. if you anticipate this being a problem, do not book with us. There is also a $75 fee to replace lost keys DURING OR AFTER your stay.
ABOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD/ LOCATION
The Upper East Side is directly east of Central Park. A renewed, old money neighborhood know for its sophisticated art museums and galleries, Madison Ave boutiques, fine restaurants, cafes and nightlife.
2-minute walk to Museum Mile, the Guggenheim is on 88th street. Other museums include the Cooper Hewitt, National Design Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Americas Society Gallery.
A 10 minute walk to Gracie Park & Gracie mansion and East river Esplanade
A plentiful selection of nearby grocery stores, wine shops, deli's, drugstores, bakeries (some of which are 24-hour) make grocery shopping effortless
* with in one block radius there is a Starbucks, The Green cafe, Le Pain, Duene Reade pharmacy, 2 movie theaters, A beautiful NEW Fairway market, Barns & Noble, H&M, Shake Shack
AND 4 blocks away on Lex is THE LEXINGTON CANDY SHOP
"Step back to the 1940s" at this "old‑fashioned oasis", where diner‑style sandwiches, egg creams and try a Vanilla Sunday with Vanilla syrup
TRANSPORTATION & PARKING
* Down town buses are located right on Lexington Avenue
* Uptown bus is right on 3rd Avenue
* Subway is seconds away on 86th and Lex. The 86th street subway station is your gateway to the rest of NYC!
* Cabs may be conveniently hailed in front of the building.
* Easy, convenient and affordable; take the train from and to JFK or La Guardia airports. Total cost is $7.50 per person, one way. Just ask for directions.
* Dollar Rental and Budget car rentals are both located right on 87th bet Lex and 3rd along with 2 parking garages.
My associate speaks fluent Japanese if needed
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I meet my guests on arrival to provide the keys to my Studio and answer any questions. I am available throughout their stay for any communication.
* Mature Children are welcome - I have not taken steps to child proof my home
1. This apartment is furnished and decorated please be mindful of the personal items in our apartment. Enjoy this items during your stay here in New York and leave everything behind and how you found it.
2. If anything breaks during your stay please be honest and notify us.
3. LADIES: Kindly do not use my towels to remove your make-up, Thank You
4. NO PARTIES, NO SMOKING OR DRUG USE. Only the guests discussed during your booking are allowed in the apartment.
5. This is a quiet residential building. Please be mindful of our neighbors especially after 11pm.
6. DON NOT USE HAIRDRYER IN BATHROOM you will blow a fuse. There is a outlet by the stove near a full length mirror for your use.
7. The fuse box is located behind the "Shampoo Horns" poster next to the stove.
8. NO CANDLES OR INCENSE, to avoid any accidents
9. GARBAGE: I will take out the garbage at the end of your stay, HOWEVER, please dispose of any food items right away, Garbage located to the left as you leave the front door of apartment.
10. KEYS: If you lock yourself out of the apartment or loose the keys, there will be a charge for replacing lost keys. ALSO: If I have to travel to the apartment to let you in you must pay for my travel (TAXI ONLY) cost between $60 - $85 round trip. OR you must travel to me to pick up a new set.
My name is Arthur Hach, I was born and raised in Cedar Grove, NJ. I moved to New York City in 1990 to attend Fashion Institute of Technology for Display and exhibition design, package design and interior design.
As a young adult I was very much a part of New York Cities artistic nightlife in the 1990's. One of my first jobs was handing out flyers for Big City Diner, Red Zone and Marrs nightclubs. I also frequented Limelight, Palladium, USA and Tunnel. I am so
very happy that I saw and was a part of this moment in American history.
When I graduated from college I began working for Patricia Field designing the windows of her SoHo store Hotel Venus and I worked in the costume design department of the hit show "Sex & The City". Winning an Emmy award with Patricia for episode "Defining Moments" in 2002.
I have continued my work in the artistic field of fashion for the last 16 years going on to producing events and fashion shows as well as designing interior space.
I am a true east coast American. Very real and fun to be around, a lot of positive energy to share.
I enjoy traveling the world dreaming of ancient advanced civilizations from the past. My travels have taken me to Greece, Egypt, Austria, India, Peru, UK, Mexico, Hong Kong and Japan.
I love New York City and would love to share my home and experience of the city with you