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Real 1 BR in Trendy Two Bridges/LES

United StatesNew YorkNew York
Entire home/apt
3 Guests
1 Bedroom
2 Beds
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The apartment is 1 bedroom in the Lower East Side
and borders Chinatown. Subway is a block away! The neighborhood is filled with amazing restaurants, boutiques, bars, close to the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges, and Asian restaurants and stores!

Real 1 BR in Trendy Two Bridges/LES
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The Space
Accommodates: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Check In: Anytime after 3PM
Check Out: 11AM
Room type: Entire home/apt

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: No Charge
Weekly discount: 0%
Cancellation: Strict

Description

The Space

Beautiful 1 BR apt in Hip LES near Chinatown. Large Bedroom, fully equipped kitchen. Large bathroom.
-1 BLOCK FROM SUBWAY
-2-5 blocks from these great places: The Manhattan Bridge, The Hester Street Market, The Doughnut Plant, The Pickle Guys, Bacaro, The Fat Radish, Dim Sum, Chinatown, Babycakes Bakery, Barrio Chino, 169 Bar and many others
- Walking Distance to The Brooklyn Bridge, SOHO, NOHO, Chinatown, East Village, Union Square, South Street Seaport, Financial District, West Village
-Large Flat Screen TV and DVD player, and Many DVD's
-Netflix and Hulu Plus Streaming Player
-Wi-Fi
-A/C
-Professionally Cleaned after each guest
-1st Floor Apt with a Large Window in Bedroom. Separate Bedroom
-Clean linens and towels provided
-Next door to Laundromat
-Great for Tourists!
1 full bed and 1 full pull out sofa and an air mattress. Though there are 2 places to sleep, the apartment would only be comfortable for 2 or 3 people


I stay at my boyfriend's apartment in the East Village so I am only 15 minutes away!

The apartment is on the border of both the Lower East Side and on the edges of Chinatown. The apt is on the first floor.
The Lower East Side is now one of Manhattan’s most fashionable neighborhoods. Most of the bargain-clothing stores and pickle vendors have given way to indie boutiques and sceney eateries, though there are a few cherished survivors of the former Jewish stronghold, including venerable smoked-fish purveyors Russ & Daughters and pastrami legend Katz’s Delicatessen. The Tenement Museum keeps the neighborhood’s history alive in a series of restored apartments visited via themed guided tours, but most of the area’s cultural draws are contemporary: The arrival of the New Museum on the Bowery several years ago drew numerous art galleries to the LES.
Take a walk in the area south of Broome Street and east of Lafayette, and you’ll be in Chinatown. Mott and Grand Streets are lined with stands selling exotic foodstuffs such as live eels, square watermelons and rambutans, while Canal Street glitters with cheap jewelry and gift shops. Here you’ll find restaurants representing the cuisine of virtually every province of mainland China and Hong Kong, plus Indonesian, Malaysian, Thai and Vietnamese eateries and shops. As Chinatown—New York City's largest Asian community—continues to grow, it merges with neighboring Little Italy and the Lower East Side. To gain cultural insights, stop by the Museum of Chinese in America.


The F train (East Broadway stop) is only a block away!

I stay at my boyfriend's apartment in the East Village so I am only 15 minutes away!

The apartment is on the border of both the Lower East Side and on the edges of Chinatown. The apt is on the first floor.
The Lower East Side is now one of Manhattan’s most fashionable neighborhoods. Most of the bargain-clothing stores and pickle vendors have given way to indie boutiques and sceney eateries, though there are a few cherished survivors of the former Jewish stronghold, including venerable smoked-fish purveyors Russ & Daughters and pastrami legend Katz’s Delicatessen. The Tenement Museum keeps the neighborhood’s history alive in a series of restored apartments visited via themed guided tours, but most of the area’s cultural draws are contemporary: The arrival of the New Museum on the Bowery several years ago drew numerous art galleries to the LES.
Take a walk in the area south of Broome Street and east of Lafayette, and you’ll be in Chinatown. Mott and Grand Streets are lined with stands selling exotic foodstuffs such as live eels, square watermelons and rambutans, while Canal Street glitters with cheap jewelry and gift shops. Here you’ll find restaurants representing the cuisine of virtually every province of mainland China and Hong Kong, plus Indonesian, Malaysian, Thai and Vietnamese eateries and shops. As Chinatown—New York City's largest Asian community—continues to grow, it merges with neighboring Little Italy and the Lower East Side. To gain cultural insights, stop by the Museum of Chinese in America.


The F train (East Broadway stop) is only a block away!

Interaction with Guests

I stay at my boyfriend's apartment in the East Village so I am only 15 minutes away!

The Neighborhood

The apartment is on the border of both the Lower East Side and on the edges of Chinatown. The apt is on the first floor.
The Lower East Side is now one of Manhattan’s most fashionable neighborhoods. Most of the bargain-clothing stores and pickle vendors have given way to indie boutiques and sceney eateries, though there are a few cherished survivors of the former Jewish stronghold, including venerable smoked-fish purveyors Russ & Daughters and pastrami legend Katz’s Delicatessen. The Tenement Museum keeps the neighborhood’s history alive in a series of restored apartments visited via themed guided tours, but most of the area’s cultural draws are contemporary: The arrival of the New Museum on the Bowery several years ago drew numerous art galleries to the LES.
Take a walk in the area south of Broome Street and east of Lafayette, and you’ll be in Chinatown. Mott and Grand Streets are lined with stands selling exotic foodstuffs such as live eels, square watermelons and rambutans, while Canal Street glitters with cheap jewelry and gift shops. Here you’ll find restaurants representing the cuisine of virtually every province of mainland China and Hong Kong, plus Indonesian, Malaysian, Thai and Vietnamese eateries and shops. As Chinatown—New York City's largest Asian community—continues to grow, it merges with neighboring Little Italy and the Lower East Side. To gain cultural insights, stop by the Museum of Chinese in America.

Getting Around

The F train (East Broadway stop) is only a block away!


House Rules
Check-in is after 3PM

Upon departure: Please place any items to be laundered in the hamper in the bedroom (towels, sheets, etc) and place trash in the trash cans outside the building (on the right side.) Please leave keys in the apartment- the door locks automatically. Thanks!

This is a Non-Smoking apartment


Availability
3 nights minimum stay

Real 1 BR in Trendy Two Bridges/LES
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Celeste

Celeste

New York, New York, United States · Member since May 2012

Former New Yorker, now in Pacific Northwest!

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