In the heart of the East Village, Manhattan, across the street from St. Mark's Church, nestled between restaurants, cafes and bars. Internet connection and cable TV in both bedrooms along with a spacious living room, modern kitchen. This is an elevator building. The building is conveniently located by an uptown and downtown bus stops as well as two blocks away from the 6 line and N, R trains. Historic Tompkin's Square Park is walking distance as well as everything quaint and unique to the East Village, one of the oldest neighborhoods in New York City. There are two movie theaters, as well as Off Off broadway theaters peppered within a two mile radius. There are countless delis providing groceries, sandwiches, day or night as well as a Whole Food's within walking distance.
The apartment door is very heavy please be mindful when closing it as it has a tendency to slam.
Garbage - is a very sensitive subject in New York, particularly in the building. All of the garbage should be taken down to the basement and separated into recycling and trash.
When checking out of the apartment please, please make sure to turn off all the lights and AC as electricity is very expensive. Please turn off lights when not in the apartment.
There is a window that opens up to a fire escape, it must remain locked at all times! DO NOT open the window that is holding the air conditioner as it is a safety hazard.
If there is anything that comes up (like a light that needs to be changed, etc.) please notify us. Towels and sheets are located in the master bedroom closet, if you require any fresh ones. Please make sure to shut all the windows in the apartment when checking out and leave the keys on the kitchen counter. Our apartment is a co-op, if anyone asks in the building just say you are old friends of ours, it would be preferable not to mention Airbnb. This will greatly help us.
So far we have had wonderful and amazing guests stay in our place and we are confident and hopeful this will continue.
We are looking forward to having you! Wifi the router is located in the bedroom by the TV. It has the network name (SSID) and password on an orange sticker in the back of it. On the dining room table there is an information sheet as well should you have any problems with the network.
Originally I am from New York city and live in Los Angeles for the past several years. I am an avid fan of the arts and reading and still consider New York to be my first home.