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Located in South Williamsburg, which still has authentic neighborhood vibes, the large (for New York) apartment is surrounded by bars, restaurants and stores. Close to major useful trains, it's a great launching pad to explore other parts of NYC

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The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1


Extra people: $10 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $15
Weekly Price: $549 /week
Monthly Price: $2198 /month
Cancellation: Strict


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Large room in great neighborhood

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Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
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  • Moto

    One of the original brunch spots (but also great for dinner). Like being transported to a little Parisian cafe from the 20s.
    Broadway NY 11211-9408
  • Trophy Bar

    Hit or miss depending on the night.. but when its a hit, its a good time. Get a glimpse of the seedier part of the neighborhood.
    Broadway # A Brooklyn NY 11211-7363
  • Atlas Cafe

    If you need to get some work done, bring your laptop here. Good food, good coffee and decent prices, though everyone is here to work, so not a great atmosphere for socializing.
    Havemeyer Street Brooklyn NY 11211
  • Bozu

    Japanese spot with a lot of character and great food.
    Grand Street NY 11211-4407
  • Dram

    A chill, intimate cocktail bar with a beautiful interior and creative mixed drinks
    South 4th Street NY 11211-5301
  • M Shanghai Bistro & Garden

    Tasty Chinese food
    Grand Street New York NY 11211
  • Larry Lawrence

    This bar is hard to see from the street. Its discreteness is part of the charm. When you do find it, its like entering a secret world.
    Grand St Brooklyn NY 11211-4406
  • Pies 'n' Thighs

    Tasty southern soul-food. A proper American experience which will explain to you why we are so fat. Dont bother if youre vegetarian, though the salad is decent.
    South 4th Street Brooklyn NY 11211
  • Williamsburg Cinemas

    Youre probably not here to see movies, but if you are, this place has a good mix of mainstream and indie fare.
    Grand Street NY 11211
  • Lucky Dog

    If you love dogs, this is your place! Good beers and people bring their dogs so you can occasionally get a pet in as they run by. Nice garden out back in summertime.
    Bedford Avenue New York NY 11211
  • Union Pool

    Another dependable bar. Not the best, but always crowded.
    Union Ave New York New York 11211
  • Vanessa's Dumpling House

    Cheap dumplings. Also the sesame pancake sandwiches are delicious. Nothing here is good for you, but its all tasty, cheap and quick.
    Bedford Avenue New York NY 11211
  • Snacky

    I eat here a couple times a week. Pretty affordable and delicious asian fusion with cool movies playing.
    Grand Street NY 11211-4209
  • The Bagel Store

    My favorite bagels in NYC. Great way to start the day.
    Brooklyn NY 11211
  • Spoonbill & Sugartown Books

    My favorite bookstore. Hand curated. Easy to snap to and realize hours have passed.
    Bedford Avenue NY 11211-3234
  • The Woods

    This is kind of a crazy bar. Not my favorite, but huge and always crowded, so dependable at the end of the night, if youre not ready to go to bed.
    South 4th Street NY 11211
  • Nitehawk Cinema

    Eat great food (not super expensive either) while you watch some great first-run Indie movies.
    Brooklyn NY 11249
  • Fornino

    My favorite pizza in the city.
    Bedford Avenue NY 11211
  • Oasis

    $3 felafel is pretty amazing. This is an eat and run place for cheapskates like me.
    North 7th Street NY 11211-2905
  • McCarren Park

    Relax by the baseball fields in summer. Always-happening place, but kind of a hipster fashion show.
    New York NY 11211
  • McCarren Park

    Not too much visually to recommend this place, but if you want to see a hipster mating ground, come by any day in the summer. There is a huge public pool as well open in the summer months.
    Lorimer Street New York NY 11211
  • Northside Piers

    Go to the pier and catch a $4 ferry to see the East River and stop at other spots along the Brooklyn waterfront.
    Northside Piers NY 11249
  • East River State Park

    Go here for sunset or to catch some rays. Not the most beautiful landscaping, but its right next to the water.
    Kent Avenue Brooklyn New York 11211
  • Enid's

    Theyve got good brunch here, but I generally come at night for a decent time, when it transforms into a packed bar.
    Manhattan Avenue Brooklyn New York 11222
  • Spritzenhaus

    German beer garden type place with sausages as the main food offering. Immaculate, beautiful space with lots of outdoor seating for the warmer months.
    Nassau Avenue Brooklyn New York 11222
  • Five Leaves

    Great for brunch, though on weekends expect a substantial wait.
    Bedford Avenue Greenpoint, Brooklyn NY 11222
  • Lomzynianka

    Hole in the wall Polish place so authentic that no one speaks a word of english. Food is intense but amazing.
    Manhattan Avenue NY 11222-3114
  • Milk & Roses

    Great internet cafe by day and restaurant by night. If its a beautiful day, the garden out back is the best place to work in the city.
    Manhattan Avenue NY 11222-1034
  • The High Line - 20th Street Entrance

    You can also (email hidden). Beautiful new park built on an old elevated railway track.
    West 20th Street New York NY 10011
  • High Line

    A repurposed old elevated train track turned into a beautiful park. Nice views, especially late afternoon when the sun is setting. A great place to escape the city directly inside it and people watch
    High Line New York NY
  • Museum of Modern Art

    Must see for any art lover.
    West 53rd Street New York NY 10019
  • Central Park

    No shock that you should check this place out. Very touristy but for a reason. I recommend walking from Columbus Circle to the Met for great people watching and relaxing exercise.
    New York NY
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Our Louvre. You could spend a week in here, so sample from the guide.
    5th Avenue New York NY 10028

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