located in the heart of the fun east village. close to EVERYTHING (train, train stores, boutiques, night life museum parks...
Kitchen bathroom, dvd driver WIFI, memory foam queen bed, convertible sofa, linen, …..
more??? east village is one of the few neighborhood where you/we want to be in NYC. Its community board manages for years to keep it traditional and independent (no Mc donald’s around, no starbucks…). Only small restaurants, show bar, small music scenes, independent theaters are around.
JMZ,F,and L train are less than 5minutes walk. Lower east side is next door, SOHO, Noho are 10 min walk away.
So much to say about my neighborhood ….
My apartment is located in a traditional “shitty looking” building of New york.
I like open spaces, so no wall in the all space. There is 2 apt per floor; one east one west, both north to south of the building.
My bed/major bed is on the north side with a view on a quiet backyard.
At the apposite of the unit is a sofa convertible in 2twin beds or one queen.
Living in the city i am really lucky to live in such a big apt (50m2 or 540 share feet) I know that it is not that big in the rest of the world but in Manhattan it is! Rents, prices are getting crazier and crazier and just on my bloc they made out of space like my apt some 3bedrooms or 3 studios!
So when i say that the apt can accommodate 4people, yes it can! 2 in the main bed, 2 in the sofa (separated or sharing). However, even if if 2 and 2 are sleeping at the opposite of the space, be aware that they r is no wall in between … so if you are planning to be 4, do not expect the best quality intimacy.
The apt is quiet, relaxing, and cozy….i love that so many people from all over the world told me that they ve been felling home here.
It is really warm in the winter do not worry about being cold.
do not bring sheets or towels or hair dryer….everything is clean ready for you.
also you will find some comments or lyrics on walls… it comes from pp who stayed or from me. I wrote some of my favorite songs or monologues celebrating New York…new york i love you….sound system and……
the long monologue on the bathroom wall is the edward norton performing a famous monologue describing NYC IN spike lee movie "the 25th hours”…. can just looks like, seems, and sounds like “f--k….F--k….”but it is actually the most beautiful, real celebration of new york diversity and cosmopolite