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1 Bedroom
2 Beds

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Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 2

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Extra people: $25 / night after 2 guests
Monthly Price: $2500 /month
Cancellation: Strict

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8 nights minimum stay
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About the Host, Amir

Amir
New York, New York, United States
Member since December 2010
Response rate: 42% (past 30 days)
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  • Amir
  • Pathmark

    There is a 24hour Pathmark (supermarket) 2 blocks from the house and on the same corner as the 4/5/6 train.
    East 125th St # 4 New York NY 10035-1722
  • 4,5,6 train--Duane Reade

    Duane Reade is a pharmacy on the corner of 125th Lexington Avenue. The 4/5/6 train is on the same corner
    East 125th Street New York NY 10035
  • Harlem Underground

    Harlem Underground designs t-shirts and clothing for men, women and children inspired by urban fashion.
    East 125th Street New York NY 10035
  • Wild Olive Market

    This is a great local health food/organic food store. My wife and I shop here often.
    East 125th Street New York NY 10035-1817
  • Marcus Garvey Park

    This park, named for civil rights leader Marcus Garvey, is a block and a half away from the park. Hike up the hill for a view of Harlem.
    Mt Morris Park W New York NY 10035
  • Carol's Daughter

    Carols Daughter sells all natural bath and body products. My wifes favorite is the Almond Cookie Souffle.
    W 125th St New York NY 10027
  • Malcom Shabazz Harlem Market

    This outdoor market, named for Malcom X, is a great place to find artisenal items from the African Diaspora.
    5th Ave # 1 New York NY 10035
  • Lenox Lounge

    Lenox Lounge, located on Lenox Avenue, between 124th and 125th, was founded in 1939. Jazz artists, including Billie Holiday, Miles Davis, and John Coltrane performed here.
    Malcolm X Boulevard New York NY 10027-4921
  • Starbucks

    This is one of two Starbucks on 125th Street
    West 125th Street New York NY 10027
  • Lenox Ave

    Lenox Avenue is also known as Malcolm X Boulevard for the assassinated civil rights leader.
    Lenox Ave New York NY
  • Chez Lucienne

    If crepes are what you crave check out Chez Lucienne
    Malcolm X Boulevard New York NY 10027-4405
  • Red Rooster

    Marcus Samuelsson, winner of Top Chef, is serving up great food at Harlems newest eatery-Red Rooster.
    Malcolm X Boulevard NY 10027
  • Sylvia's Restaurant

    For a taste of Harlem Southern Style Soul food-this is a great place two blocks from the house.
    Malcolm X Boulevard New York NY 10027-3702
  • Il Cafe Latte

    My wife and I frequent this restaurant on the weekends. Its a great place for brunch.
    Malcolm X Blvd # 1 New York NY 10026-1330
  • Native Restaurant

    Native is another Harlem restaurant that has a nice weekend brunch.
    Malcolm X Boulevard New York NY 10026
  • 2/3 Train- CVS Pharmacy

    The 2/3 train, or west side express is on the corner of 125th Lenox Ave. There is also a Starbucks a CVS Pharmacy
    West 125th Street New York NY 10027
  • Amy Ruth's Restaurant

    Amy Ruths is a great Soul Food Restaurant that is open 24hours on the weekends. They are best known for dishes named after famous African Americans.
    West 116th Street New York NY 10026
  • Studio Museum In Harlem

    The Studio Museum is FREE to the public on Sundays!
    W 125th St New York NY 10027-4498
  • Central Park N

    The Best view of Manhattan is from Central Park North at 110th Street Lenox Avenue
    Central Park N New York NY
  • El Museo Del Barrio

    El Museo del Barrio highlights the artistic contributions of Hispanic artists in New York and The United States
    5th Ave New York NY 10029
  • Make My Cake

    Make my Cake is a great Harlem sweet shop. I highly recommend their red velvet cake.
    Saint Nicholas Avenue New York NY 10026-2104
  • Apollo Theatres

    The Apollo is a Harlem landmark theater that hosted African-American legends like Billie Holliday, Duke Ellington, and Dizzy Gillespie. See Americas next great talent at Amateur Night on Wednesdays.
    West 125th Street New York NY 10027
  • House of Hoops

    For a chance to check out the freshest footgear
    West 125th Street New York NY 10027
  • Africa Kine Restaurant

    This is Marcus Samuelssons favorite restaurant in Harlem.
    West 116th Street New York NY 10026
  • Hue-man Bookstore

    Hue-Man Bookstore Cafe has established iteslf as an important part of the commercial revival of Harlem, becoming the largest and best-known African-American bookstore in the country.
    Frederick Douglass Boulevard New York NY 10027
  • Harlem Tavern

    A great biergarden in West Harlem. There is a huge outdoor patio open in the summer-perfect for people watching
    Frederick Douglass Boulevard New York NY 10026
  • Mother African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church

    Mother A.M.E. Zion Church is the oldest church of New York city founded by African-American residents. Known as the Freedom Church as it helped the slaves escape through the Underground Railroad.
    New York NY 10030
  • Melba's Restaurant

    Melbas is a classy restaurant with a great brunch menu on the weekends.
    West 114th Street New York NY 10026-2780
  • Morningside Park

    This is a beautiful park that connects Morningside Heights to the Harlem Valley. Columbia University is on the hill.
    W 114th St Harlem NY 10001
  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

    The Guggenheim Museum is another Must see in NYC. From the house you can stroll through Central Park, take the M1 down Fifth Ave or take the 4/5/6 train to 86th Street.
    5th Ave New York NY 10128
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    From the house, you can take the bus on Fifth Ave, a stroll in Central Park or the 6 train to 77th Street. It is a must see when in NYC!
    Fifth Avenue New York New York 10028
  • American Museum of Natural History

    This Museum is fantastic. Be sure to check out the Planetarium.
    Central Park West New York New York 10024
  • Theater District - Times Square

    Times Square! Catch a Broadway play or musical. For same day tickets, go to the TKTS booth on 49th Street
    New York NY
  • Macy's Herald Square

    Macys Herald Square! The biggest store in the world. Take the 2/3 train to 34th St.
    W 34th St New York NY 10001
  • Flatiron District

    My wifes favorite structure in NYC is the Flatiron Building on 23rd St Broadway. Try Shake Shack, a popular burger place in Madison Square Park. To get there, take the 6 train to 23rd Street.
    New York NY
  • Union Square

    There is a green market that hosts local farmers on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. To be seen, have a bite to eat at the legendary Coffee Shop. For vegetarians, I recommend Zen Palate.
    New York NY
  • Astor Place

    Headed to the Village? Take the 6 train to Astor Place.
    Astor Pl New York NY 10003
  • Washington Square, New York University

    Washington Square is one big hang. Get a falafel at Mamouns and cop a squat by the fountain. There might be a street performer or comedian entertaining the crowd.
    Washington Square N New York NY
  • JULiETTE RESTAURANT

    This is one of our favorite restaurants in Williamsburg. (If you go for lunch try the fish sandwich.) Juliette is right off Bedford Ave, a main drag and in the middle of it all.
    N 5th St Brooklyn NY 11211-3214
  • Mamoun's Falafel

    If you are hanging out in the village, you MUST get a falafel at Mamouns. The best in NYC hands down
    MacDougal Street New York NY 10012-1202
  • NoLita

    NoLiTa is one of NYCs best neighborhoods for fashion and food. It is right next to SoHo. Amir and I like to eat at Delicatessen on Lafayette and Prince. From the house, take the 6 train to Spring St.
    New York NY 10012
  • SoHo

    Shopping, shopping and more shopping! To get here, take the 6train to Spring St.
    New York NY

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