A bright, airy space full of life, color, and music. We are both artists/designers, and have worked hard to make our place home.
Right on the not so touristy edge of Chinatown, it's a family neighborhood, close to the river, transport, and the LES.
We are both artists, and keep the space flexible so that we are able open it up for small events, showings of ours or others work, and for creating new work. It's bright, attractive, and simple. We have two private bedrooms, an open kitchen/living space, 1.5 baths, and a studio room that also sometimes functions as a guest room or living room.
The bedroom listed has a full size bed and a view of the Freedom Tower.
Accès des voyageurs
You will have access to the kitchen, main living space, bedroom, bathrooms, and the studio space as well depending on how it might be being used.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We work alternate working from home and on location/at the office, so often are home and available to help with getting acclimated. We also cook at home frequently, and you would be welcome to join.
We are next to the Manhattan Bridge, so you do get some train noise, though not bad inside.
NO UNREGISTERED OR OVERNIGHT GUESTS other than those renting.
BOLT MAIN DOOR when leaving
USE EXHAUST FANS when cooking
DISHES DONE AND LEFT TO DRY AT THE END OF ANY MEALS, NOTHING LEFT IN THE SINK MORE THAN A DAY.
REFRAIN FROM OVERUSING FRAGRANCES.
* There's absolutely no smoking anywhere inside.
* No parties are allowed.
* We do have a kitchen which is available for our guests, but we discourage cooking things with heavy smells and lots of grease.
* The guests are responsible to wash and put away their own dishes.
* There is no laundry in the building, but there is a great laundromat on the next block.
* Check out is always by 11am. Guests are welcome to leave their bags in the common area and keep their keys until the time they need to leave.
Professional Photographer and Designer based in New York City.
I need new music, food, people, and places in my life always.
I've travelled far and often since I was young, and it's just part of me now. I start to get itchy if I haven't left the country in 8 months or so. I dont need much on the road, and thankfully can pretty much sleep anywhere at this point.