248 East 7th Street, 15-16 East Village, Manhattan, NY 10009
rented2 BEDS | 1 BATH | Co-op
- 2 BEDS
- 1 BATHS
- BUILT 1928
About 248 East 7th Street, 15-16, East Village, Manhattan, NY 10009
Chic 2 bedroom/1 bathroom with WASHER AND DRYER in the heart of the East Village; $5100 furnished, $4900 unfurnished. If you want to live in the trendiest part of Manhattan, on an idyllic tree-lined street, in a lovingly renovated apartment that includes a Miele dishwasher, oven, and built-in fridge, Chestnut counter tops, and a washer/dryer in the unit, then don't miss this apartment. Want to ...
- Dining in living room
- Good light
- Hardwood floors
- Modern kitchen
- Pet friendly
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Images of the East Village when it was a countercultural epicenter in the 1960s and ’70s cast a long shadow. The neighborhood today, however, is far from the gritty one seen on screen in Taxi Driver. Even the once-infamous Avenues A, B, C, and D — the far eastern edge of the East Village — are now dotted with storefront galleries and restaurants serving artisanal cuisine. Still, some elements of the past live on in present tense, and a nightlife that extends into the early-morning hours. Wander the blocks around Tompkins Square and you’ll find more independent boutiques than flagships from international brands. A number of institutions, including the Anthology Film Archives, the New York Theatre Workshop, and the New Museum, help the East Village maintain its status as a vital center of the city’s cultural life.East Village Neighborhood Guide