Have your own private bedroom in this huge five-bedroom loft in the heart of Chinatown where you’ll be surrounded by inexpensive and delicious restaurants and exotic markets. You’ll also be steps away from Soho, Tribeca and the Lower East Side, and a walk over the Brooklyn Bridge from Williamsburg, an influential hub for new artists and musicians. Your neighborhood is well served by public transportation, many of the subway lines converging here can rapidly take you throughout Manhattan and beyond.
If you are seeking off-campus student housing, the location is ideal. The following schools are either within walking distance or easily accessible by public transportation: The Ailey School, American Academy of Dramatic Arts, American Musical and Dramatic Academy, Art Institute of New York City, ASA Institute of Business and Computer Technology, Bank Street College of Education, Barnard College, Berkeley College, Boricua College, Bramson ORT College, Brooklyn Law School, Christie’s Education Inc., City University of New York (CUNY), Columbia University, Cooper Union, Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), Fordham Law School, Gerstner Sloan Kettering Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Hebrew Union College, Helene Fuld College of Nursing, The Julliard School, Manhattan College, Manhattan School of Music, Marymount Manhattan College, Mercy College, Metropolitan College of New York, The New School, The New York Academy of Art, The New York Career Institute, New York Institute of Technology, New York Law School, New York School of Interior Design, New York Theological Seminary, Pace University, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, Parsons The New School for Design, Phillips Beth Israel School of Nursing Plaza College, Pratt Institute, Professional Business College, Rockefeller University,
When it's this hot, who doesn't dream of plunging into a cool pool for an invigorating swim? This Armani/Casa designed building has it all: a full-time doorman and concierge, rooftop pool, spa, sauna and lounges. Enjoy yourself at the Collection Club where you can play billiards, work out in the gym, practice your game in a golf simulation room and recharge at the health bar.
Your apartment is a light-filled peaceful oasis overlooking spectacular city views. The expansive two room open-plan condominium features ebony stained hardwood floors. Stunning kitchen cabinetry conceals kitchen appliances. Soak in the deep bathtub or refresh yourself under the rain shower in your spa-like bathroom designed with stone and exotic wood.
This is the ideal home or pied-a-terre for a single person or a couple working in the Wall Street area, or anyone who enjoys the convenience of downtown living. Subletting is allowed.
Always renown as a financial center, the Wall Street area is now the fastest growing residential area in Manhattan, and with good reason. Almost every subway line runs through the area, making the rest of the city and New Jersey, easily accessible. There is also plenty to do! Snack on dim sum in nearby Chinatown or hop on the free ferry to Staten Island to view the Statue of Liberty and visit a Buddhist monastery. Walk a bit uptown to the South Street Seaport, or simply stroll out your front door to attend the summer's River to River Arts' Festival
It's a fabulous apartment and a wonderful place to live.
Our agents are all raving about this listing. Conveniently located near Museum Mile, where most of the City’s major museums are located, this lovely, large and light-filled furnished studio provides the ideal stepping off point for all your summer vacation exploration in the Big Apple. It will also be your restful and romantic home away from home with its hardwood floors and terrace overlooking a quiet historic brownstone lined street. The subway, busses, shopping and services are around the corner, as are gourmet and more casual dining spots. Just steps further along 73rd Street toward Third Avenue you will pass thirteen former stables dating from the 1800’s that housed the horses and staffs of the mansion dwellers closer to Fifth Avenue. One of those located at 166 East 73rd Street belonged to Henry Gurdon Marquand who went on to become the president of the Metropolitan Museum.
Become a true New Yorker! This pristine three bedroom unfurnished three bedroom is available for a minimum of six months. Only 15 minutes during rush hour by subway from Manhattan, it is located on tiny two-block long Milton Street, also known as the Street of Three Spires: the massive 1875 Saint Anthony of Padua Cathedral in maroon and white brick, Saint John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church completed in 1891, and a water tower decorated with a Polish flag and a “Save the Palestine” sign. Remarkably, there are two more religious buildings on this small street. The AIA Guide to New York City describes the bracketed canopies of the 1889 St. John’s Parish House as “lusty celebrations of entry.” The Greenpoint Dutch Reformed Church located in the former 1867 house of Thomas C. Smith has an interesting history in that Smith was the founder of Union Porcelain Works, the premier fine china and porcelain makers of the century. All in all, this is a cheerful street of brick, limestone and terra cotta houses with front gardens and varied architectural detail.
As a result of its generations of immigrant communities and now artists spilling over from nearby Williamsburg, this stable yet trendy waterfront community is attracting students, professionals and families. Many restaurants are clustered along Nassau and Manhattan Avenues. Nightlife includes Enid’s on Manhattan Avenue and The Polish National Home on Driggs Avenue doubles as a rock music site. The City gave A’s to the three local public elementary schools.
At 35 acres, McCarren Park is the neighborhood’s largest recreational area. The park has tennis courts, athletic fields for children and adults, handball, bocce, basketball, playgrounds, and a recently resurfaced quarter-mile running track.
Summer events include a weekly flea market through July 31st and weekly outdoor movies.
We love this spacious, sun-filled studio in one of the first residential towers
designed by renown architect I.M. Pei. Fabulous building amenities include
24-hour doormen, concierge services, basketball courts, large laundry facilities,
new fitness center, community room, bicycle room, playroom, and a three-acre
private park. All this in the heart of Manhattan!
The apartment itself comes equipped with air-conditioning, telephone line,
cable, fax machine, television, hi-fi stereo and vcr and is available for up to two
people, for a minimum one-month rental at $2,950 per month with a one-month
security deposit plus an agency fee.
The neighborhood, Kips Bay, is conveniently located near major New York City
attractions. The area is named after the Dutch settler, Jacobus Kip and the bay,
which became reclaimed land. Kip's stone farmhouse stood from 1655 to 1851
near what is now the corner of Second Avenue and 35th Street.
There is everything to like about this comfortable studio opposite Central Park and with a view of the historic castle-like condominium, built in 1890 and described by world famous architect Robert A.M. Stern, Thomas Mellins and David Fishman in their book "New York 1880, Architecture and Urbanism in the Guilded Age" as "along with the Dakota ... the second building of substantial size to be constructed facing Central Park on the West Side since the American Museum of Natural History ... and one of the city's grandest public buildings.
The apartment itself comes equipped with telephone line, cable,television, and is available for up to two people, for a minimum one- month rental at $2,200 per month with a one-month security deposit plus an agency fee.
Conveniently located near the subway and bus lines, there is also nearby food shopping, laundry and a wide range of restaurants in the predominantly residential neighborhood. There is even the Stranger's Gate Greenmarket located at 106th Street and Central Park West, operating on Saturdays from 8 AM to 3PM, July through November. Public tennis courts in Central Park are close by and few people know about or have been to The Pool, an idyllic body of water that stretches from l00th Street to l03rd Street along Central Park West.