STUDIO APARTMENT FOR RENT IN THE EAST VILLAGE

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Sleeps3
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Bathrooms1
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STUDIO APARTMENT FOR RENT IN THE EAST VILLAGE

East Village Apartment Rental Photos and Description

1 bedroom, 1 large bathroom, living room, sleeps max 3 pax

Alcove Studio Apt, Second floor only 1 flight up. Queen size bed, sofa.

Cable tv, internet wifi, A/C, kitchenware, linen and towels.

14th Street and 1St ave, 3 blocks from Union Square, across the street to the L train 1st Ave stop. Associated Supermarket.

The East Village is a lively neighborhood with a mix of many cultures, students, artists, and young professionals. There are tons of ethnic restaurants and varied assortments of shops to suit every taste.

The East Village attracts people not only for its diversity, but for its relatively affordable rents. The East Village is also known for its nightlife—a must see is Saint Mark's Place, which is famous for its many clubs, bars, cafes, and restaurants.

The area also boasts Tompkins Square Park, which has been renovated - residents love the renovated pathways and playgrounds.

Suitability:
  • wheelchair inaccessible
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • unsuitable for elderly or infirm
Owner/Manager (Owner)
Advertiser since 2010
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Speaks portuguese, italian, spanish, english
Sleeps3
Bedrooms Studio
Bathrooms1
Property type apartment
Minimum Stay nights
Pay with confidence
Pay with confidence
Guaranteed, secure, with no booking fees
Add vacation protection services to your booking
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Reviews

Reviews

5
based on 3 traveler reviews

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Studio Apartment for rent in the East Village
average rating of 5.0 based on 3 reviews
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Studio Apartment for rent in the East Village
http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p331628
+39 342 981 2606
East Village Manhattan
5

Excellent location, great apartment!

  • 5 of 5
This is my first experience of apartment rental on vacation, so I'm afraid I don't have any others to compare it to.

I was impressed that the owner met us at the apartment, showed us where everything was and left contact details in case we needed anything.

This was an "alcove apartment", as described in the listing. On first impression, the place was very clean. All the features listed were present - this was a perfect size for two of us. There were more than enough facilities to cook, a good size TV, WiFi (invaluable!), comfortable and clean bed, powerful shower, plenty of fresh towels, a big comfy couch and good air conditioning unit. The apartment is situtated at the back of the building, so VERY quiet, especially at night! No neighbor noise either!

The area is absolutely fantastic and suited us so well - subway stop is virtually on your doorstep, connecting with the rest of the city. Local restaurants are great (eat local!) and there are plenty of good shops too. Union Square is only about 10min walk. Also, there's a big grocery store directy opposite which seems to open 24hrs.

Overall, we were impressed with the apartment and especially with the location. We hope that we'll be able to visit again someday soon!! Thanks!!

Nicholas.
  • Submitted: Oct 9, 2012
  • Stayed: Sep 2012
  • Source: HomeAway
business
Studio Apartment for rent in the East Village
http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p331628
+39 342 981 2606
East Village Manhattan
5

Vacations in East Village - New York City!

  • 5 of 5
first of all I would like to thank the Web site for having such of opportunities to chosse about it. In this case thanks to Benny and Rebecca for being confident with us in this process.
I would like to resume our stay in CONS & PROS.
PROS:
Very good location, less than a block from subway station, less than 3 from Union Square, supermarket just in front everything is close.
The appartment is big enough for us, warmy, cozy and everything we need within. Bed and coach very confortable to stay.
CONS:
I think the owner may invest a little on it. The handwasher in the bathroom has problem with the cold water (does not work), so after a few second all you may get is really hot water!. The TV has a remote control where "volumen or control channel" DO NOT WORK!, and after I spoke with Benny he told me, yes, that is right, you have to move to the TV and change it manually (can you imagine in XXI century?. That happens even though the TV is a FLAT TV Samsung with a Samsung remote TV. As I say, they may invest a little on this and paint the appartment and that is a great great deal!
I know they will do with this and after that, for sure we will be there again!

Thanks!

Gabriel
  • Submitted: Oct 2, 2012
  • Stayed: Sep 2012
  • Source: HomeAway
business
Studio Apartment for rent in the East Village
http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p331628
+39 342 981 2606
East Village Manhattan
Raleigh, NC
5

Great Location, cute place!

  • 5 of 5
If you want to be in the middle of East Village, you couldn't do any better. Subway stop is right out the door! Grocery store across the street. Very cute apartment. The layout makes it feel spacious, even if the square footage is small. Big bathroom! The kitchen comes w/ all the gadgets you'll need. No coffee maker however, which I found strange, not even a french press. We had an issue w/ our stove, but the owner was right on it, no problem getting a hold of him. Great entertainment system. Only other issue is the window doesn't lock. And there is a fire escape right outside. Even a piece of 2x4 for a wedge would work. But the building was secure & seemed very safe. We had a great time & loved our little apartment. We would would definitely stay there again!
  • Submitted: Mar 8, 2011
  • Stayed: Oct 2010
  • Source: HomeAway
Recommended for:  Age 55+, Adventure Seekers, Tourists without a Car, Sightseeing, Romantic Getaway

Map

Map

Nearest Train
10 Metres
L train - subway station across the street
Nearest Motorway
1 Kilometres
FDR
Nearest Barpub
Downstairs
Nearest Restaurant
15 Metres
At the corner
Car: not necessary

The East Village—the blocks east of the Bowery between Houston and 14th Streets—may have lost some of its radical edge (and the unofficial home of U.S. punk, CBGB, is now an upscale menswear store), but remnants of its spirited past endure in arty hangouts like the Nuyorican Poets Cafe. Despite decades of gentrification, humanity in all its guises still converges in the neighborhood’s parks, bargain restaurants, indie record stores and grungy watering holes. Recent years have seen an influx of standout bars, while a wealth of reasonably priced eateries with cult followings has made the E-Vill a magnet for budget-minded foodies.

The East Village has a knack for sprouting reasonably priced eateries that draw cult followings. No East Village restaurant guide would be complete without mention of David Chang’s enduringly popular Momofuku Noodle Bar, which spawned his mini empire, and other top toques—including Peter Hoffman with Back Forty and Daniel Boulud with DBGB Kitchen and Bar—have set up shop in the nabe. Northern Spy Food Co. has become a locavore staple for its earnest (and delicious) devotion to seasonal cooking. Also consult our curated lists of cheap eats and great brunch places.

A day in the East Village

See street art, oddball antiques and a centuries-old cemetery in Manhattan.

Noon

Start your journey through the neighborhood by picking up breakfast from the small counter at Abrao (86 E 7th St between First and Second Aves, abraconyc.com), where an espresso ($2) and a Lil' Eggie ($3.50)—a hard-boiled egg on brioche, topped with seasonal items like pesto or pickles—will fill you up. There's not much room to sit, so enjoy your meal on a bench at the Creative Little Garden (E 6th St between Aves A and B, creativelittlegarden.org).

1pm

Located on the second floor of a nondescript building, the gallery A Gathering of the Tribes (285 E 3rd St between Aves C and D, second floor; www.tribes.org; free) has showcased eclectic visual and performance art for more than 20 years. Peep the pieces in its current exhibit, 'Paper View' (through Sat 24; free). The show features work by Korean sculptor Gahae Park, who carves tiny windows into layers of sparsely colored paper. East Village artist Jeffrey Cyphers Wright's collages, which take inspiration from graffiti and children's cartoons, are also on view.

2pm

Keep an eye out for colorful street art (such as the goofy cat-filled Bad Pussies mural on East 3rd Street near Avenue B) as you walk to Tompkins Square Park (Ave A to Ave B between 7th and 10th Sts) to rest your feet. Afterward, go spelunking for oddities at Archangel Antiques (334 E 9th St between First and Second Aves; 212-260-9313, archangelantiques.com), which is stuffed with vintage accessories (such as cufflinks, buttons and eyeglasses), old photographs and other ephemera.

3pm

Tucked behind a wrought-iron gate on Second Avenue (next to a funeral home—go figure), New York Marble Cemetery (41 Second Ave between 2nd and 3rd Sts, marblecemetery.org) offers a pocket of tranquility in the middle of a city block. Built as the first public resting place for New Yorkers, the site is typically closed to the public; however, you can take a peek on Sun 25 (noon--4pm; free), during one of its monthly open sessions. There are no headstones, so you can sit and stretch your legs for a bit.

5pm

Stop for an early dinner at Oaxaca Taqueria (16 Extra Pl between Bowery and Second Ave; 212-677-3340, oaxacatacos.com), the latest branch of the Brooklyn minichain. Hidden at the end of an alley, the BYOB restaurant is well worth a detour. Try the spicy braised carnitas tacos ($3.25) or sample one of the rotating specials (add $1), such as a Korean steak taco topped with apple-mango slaw and barbecue sauce.

6pm

Get a taste of the area's ever-expanding cocktail scene at Amor y Amargo (443 E 6th St between First Ave and Ave A, amoryamargo.com). The bar's menu is focused on amari and other bitters. Try the Franaise Four-Play ($12), a mix of cognac, Lillet blanc, Chartreuse, Bonal Gentiane-Quina (a gentian- and quinine-based digestif) and Hellfire Habanero Shrub—a syrup infused with the spicy pepper. Make it a crawl and pop into The Beagle (162 Ave A between 10th and 11th Sts, thebeaglenyc.com) for cocktails like the Sherry Cobbler (a mix of sherry, berries and lemon juice; $13).

9pm

Head toward Third Avenue along Stuyvesant Street—even in the dark, the tiny block is one of Manhattan's prettiest, lined with 19th-century homes designed by architect James Renwick Jr. End your day by supporting St. Mark's Bookshop (31 Third Ave between St. Marks Pl and 9th St; 212-260-7853, stmarksbookshop.com), a neighborhood staple that's in danger of closing. Scope out racks of indie zines or pick up one of the shop's best-sellers before heading home—Patti Smith's Just Kids (Ecco, $16), which chronicles the legendary performer's early years in New York City, would be an appropriate choice.

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Cleaning USD150

Notes

  • Taxes are included in the prices
  • Internet and electric are not included in the monthly price.
    Short term rentals prices include all utilities.
    The final cleaning charge is never included in the price.
    Cable Tv is optional.

Amenities

Amenities

East Village Apartment Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • apartment
Accommodation Type:
  • Guest House
Floor Area:
  • 450 sq. ft.
Location Type:
  • Monument View
  • Village
  • Downtown
Theme:
  • Tourist Attractions
General:
  • Internet
  • Towels Provided
  • Wireless Internet
  • Air Conditioning
  • Heating
  • Linens Provided
  • Iron & Board
  • Alarm Clock
  • Hair Dryer
  • Paper Towels
  • Toilet Paper
Kitchen:
  • Blender
  • Mini Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Refrigerator
  • Oven
  • Microwave
  • Coffee Maker
  • Toaster
  • Cooking Utensils
Bathrooms:
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Bathroom 1 - toilet , combination tub/shower
Bedrooms:
  • Studio, Sleeps 3
  • Studio - 1 queen , 1 sleep sofa /futon
Entertainment:
  • Television
  • Satellite / Cable
  • Stereo
  • DVD Player
  • Video Games
Suitability:
  • wheelchair inaccessible
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • unsuitable for elderly or infirm
Attractions:
  • coin laundry
  • restaurants
  • botanical garden
  • churches
  • cinemas
  • festivals
  • library
  • live theater
  • museums
  • playground
  • synagogues
  • theme parks
  • winery tours
Leisure Activities:
  • outlet shopping
  • photography
  • sight seeing
  • walking
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • groceries
  • laundromat
  • fitness center
  • hospital
  • massage therapist
  • Babysitter
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • roller blading