About this listing
You may recognize this street from Jessica Jones tv show. One guest said "The apartment was just as explained on the site. It is cosy and comfortable and the bathtub in the kitchen, just added a bit of extra laughs :) No problem for us. Great bed!!!"
The sitting area of the apartment with some of my stained glass work. These two pieces were originally shown, with 5 other works this size, in a "CAVAglass" exhibition at Elmo Restaurant in Chelsea back in 2012-2013.
Large very sunny studio apartment at Elizabeth between Spring and Prince in NoLita. If you like baths, and don't mind 5 flights this is the place for you... and you have the WHOLE PLACE to yourself
I've been renting this apartment for over 5 years, it's a great find so book quickly. Special winter rates are discounted already.
It is a zen space because it is quiet, sunny and simple. It is smack - right in the middle of a GREAT street and neighborhood, a perfect place to relax after your New York adventures. Check out the 'street view' to see the sculpture garden just across the street.
I am a New York artist and teacher, I have a couple of pieces of art in the apartment. Your booking this apartment directly supports the arts.
Studio with built-in kitchen. The apartment is in a historic tenement building built in the year 1900, and is fully renovated, clean and very sunny and has red floors. It still has the original working (extremely comfortable) bathtub in the kitchen! The bath has a shower head attached to the bath tub faucet.
Includes full bed, day bed, iron, A/C, good heat, stove and oven, small fridge, WIFI internet connection (for your laptop) and lots of open space. It is a 5 floor walk up (no elevator), and very quiet. You can see the 'New Museum' ($2 Thrusdays from 7 p.m.–9 p.m.) from the window and plenty of sky.
Kitchen supplies, linens and towels included.
Sleeps 1, 2 or 3.. behaved children. No pets, no smoking, no TV in the flat.
I live close by in the East Village.
About the neighborhood...
Elizabeth Street is in the NoLita (North of Little Italy) area, and has plenty of unique shopping, restaurants nice bars. My favorite restaurants include Cafe Gitane (hangout for models, artists, and great food and excellent coffee), and Cafe Habana feet away from our front door.
The original St. Patricks Church is right across from Cafe Gitane. (Featured in the film Gangs of New York by Martin Scorsese). Try to see this film before arriving - you will recognize some of the buildings! There is also the Tenement Museum close by. It focuses on America's urban immigrant history, and is a wild look into how people lived and worked in New York in the turn of the century.
The apartment is on a beautiful street, very close to the Bowery, East Village, SoHo, Chinatown, and has many subways in a few blocks including the B,D,F,V to Broadway-Lafayette | 6 to Spring St. | J,M to Bowery. It is very easy to get uptown and to Brooklyn. You can walk over the Manhattan or Brooklyn Bridge too, just about 1/2 an hour stroll away.
Close to the Broadway/Lafayette subway station and Spring Street no. 6 train in Manhattan. Plenty of shopping and restaurants, a 5 minute walk to Chinatown, SoHo, Lower East Side.
Here are 3 of my favorite live music places in the lower east side, a ten minute walk:
the Mercury Lounge
Thank you for looking! - Joseph
History, live music, plenty of restaurants and shopping.