Two bedroom luxury apartment in lower Manhattan

Two bedroom luxury apartment in lower Manhattan


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2 chambres
Couchages 4
2 salles de bain
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Our attractively furnished 1350 sq. ft. apartment has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a dining room (with a Murphy bed, so it can be used as a guest room), a large foyer, and a well equipped modern kitchen. The living room, which is decorated with art from Africa and the South Pacific Islands, has cable TV, a DVD player and a good sound system. Our apartment is on the 8th floor of a handsome, terra cotta clad landmark building that was built in 1909 and converted to residential use in 1980. We have central air conditioning, high ceilings and 10 large windows – with a mini-greenhouse and herb garden in the two kitchen windows. For added security and convenience, the building has a doorman on duty 24/7.

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  1. We are Jude and Steve, a married couple in our 60s, with two grown children who have busy lives of their own. Steve is a university professor. Jude is a quilt maker. PLEASE NOTE: APARTMENT WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE UNTIL AUGUST 1, 2009.





Our building is in the Financial District which has become the newest trendy residential area of Manhattan. There are several new supermarkets, lots of fine restaurants and many upscale shops (including Tiffany, Hermès and Thomas Pink) in the neighborhood. Eight subway lines (and the PATH train to New Jersey which provides a good connection to Newark airport) are just a few blocks away. The superb restaurants and off-Broadway theaters of Tribeca are a 20 minute walk; Soho, famous for its galleries, shops and restaurants, is a 25 minute walk or a 5 minute subway ride. Chinatown, with close to a hundred intriguing, inexpensive restaurants is a 20 minute walk. All of the great cultural institutions of New York, including the Metropolitan Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and the Broadway theater district, can be reached by subway in about 20 minutes.

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