1-Zimmer Apartment in New York Manhattan - CAJO1-1

CAJO1-1

1-Zimmer-Apartment

: 38 qm, im 5. Stock ohne Fahrstuhl. Eigene Küche. Im Stadtzentrum "NoLita". Nur wenige Schritte bis zur Gay-Area. Nächste Haltestelle: Broadway/Lafayette, Spring Street, and Prince Street (Subway 6 - Spring Street, NR at Prince Street, BDF at Broadway/Lafayette). Gastgeber spricht Englisch.

Klimaanlage
Klimaanlage
Nichtraucher
Nichtraucher
Doppelbett
Doppelbett
Kostenfreies W-LAN
Kostenfreies W-LAN
Radio
Radio
Küchenbenutzung
Küchenbenutzung
Garderobe
Garderobe
Stühle
Stühle
Schlafsofa
Schlafsofa
Tisch
Tisch
Sofa
Sofa
Badewanne
Badewanne
Escort
Escort
Haustier erlaubt
Haustier erlaubt
Nichtraucher
Nichtraucher

Objektbeschreibung des Gastgebers:
I rent my home while I teach art classes around the us. Your renting directly support the arts!

- My sunny home is right in the middle of NoLita, with food, shopping and many sites.

- My home is a walk up building (no elevator). There is an old fashioned bathtub, no shower. If your are athletic and don't mind to walk up 5 flights, and love taking baths, then my home is perfect for your New York adventures!

- 1 queen size bed and 1 couch that opens to a full size bed.

I also can offer to share the space with a single traveler for less money.

Details on the space: The apartment is a zen space, quiet, sunny and simple, located is in a beautiful historic tenement building built in the year 1900. It is fully renovated, clean and has red floors!

Included:

1 queen size bed
1 couch that opens into a full size bed
built in kitchen
linens & towels
hairdryer
A/C and good heat
stove top and oven
small fridge
wifi internet connection (for your laptop)
and lots of sun

During renovation I decided to keep the original (extremely comfortable) bathtub in the kitchen, so you will be living like the original immigrants lived, taking relaxing baths. The building was built in 1900 for the immigrants.

Transportation...
A very short walk to SoHo, Chinatown, Lower East Side, and you are in Little Italy. Subways in a few blocks including the B,D,F,V to Broadway-Lafayette | 6 to Spring St. | J,M to Bowery. It is very easy to get uptown and to Brooklyn. You can walk over the Manhattan or Brooklyn Bridge too, just about 1/2 an hour walk away.

Map: I have a map of the neighborhood in the apartment showing my favorite spots with opening times listed. Anything that comes up during your stay I am here to help.

Entertainment: There are a bunch of places to visit that are close by including:

Live music and performances:

- The Bowery Electric at 327 Bowery
- Arlene's Grocery at 95 Stanton Street
- Rockwood Music Hall at 185 Orchard Street
- Mercury Lounge at 217 East Houston Street
Comedy:
- Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre at 153 East 3rd Street

Art and Culture:
- New Museum at 235 Bowery
- International Photography Museum 250 Bowery
- Tenement Museum at 103 Orchard

For events it is good to look at Time Out nyc just before you arrive:
- https://www.timeout.com/newyork

Cool and unusual things to do in nyc:
- https://www.atlasobscura.com/things-to-do/new-york


And a good guide for restaurants:
- https://www.yelp.com/search?find_desc=&find_loc=Nolita%2C+Manhattan%2C+ny

About the neighborhood...
Elizabeth Street is in the NoLita (North of Little Italy) area, and has plenty of unique shopping, restaurants nice bars. My favorite restaurants include Cafe Gitane (hangout for models, artists, and great food and excellent coffee), Cafe Habana, just feet away from our front door, and Butchers Daughter.

The original St. Patricks Church is right across from Cafe Gitane. (Featured in the film Gangs of New York by Martin Scorsese). Try to see this film before arriving - you will recognize some of the buildings! There is also the Tenement Museum close by. It focuses on America's urban immigrant history, and is a wild look into how people lived and worked in New York in the turn of the century. Yes, they also had a bathtub in the kitchen.

About me: In college I was a bicycle messenger so I know the city very well. Now I am a New York artist working with glass. I might have a couple of pieces of my stained glass art in the apartment. I have lived in New York since the 1980's so ask me any questions you like.

Joseph

Joseph

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I am an artist and educator working with glass. I have lived in New York City since the mid 1980s!
Any questions just let me know : )

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