Check out the listing:
Sunday night roof deck get togethers and great parties await you. The apartment, which has exposed brick, is uncommonly spacious in a city known for shoebox apartments. The living room alone is like a cavern, while the adjoining outdoor space is enough for you and your friends to chill in the after-hours. The nightly quiet provides for an excellent atmosphere for concentration and solace.
Ranked #1 in New York City for Nightlife (by Nabewise), the East Village is one of the most sought-after places to live. atmosphere for concentration and solace. The kitchen comes equipped with standard appliances + dishwasher and plenty of counterspace. The rooftop comes with plank flooring and a picnic table! It's a nice walk to NYU!
According to the listing: "Guarantors Accepted."
Nothing says home like Ikea pressed wood and year-long Christmas lights.
Way to show an apartment.
May the curse of a thousand bedbugs await those who want to be cool and live here
does it come furnished?
"The living room alone is like a cavern"
Ladies and gentlemen, please give a warm welcome for Rory Storm and the Hurricanes!
oh yes, that look sooo cavernous. like i almost cant stretch out on the floor and touch wall to wall.
Yeah, this place definitely looks rich in solace, what with its crappy interiors and hideous decor. And of course, solace is just what the NYU and SATC trolls are flocking to the neighborhood to find.
Most of them. however, are looking for it at the bottom of a glass.
Someone needs to rent this place, then get a rental history from DHCR. I the rent was raised above the mandated % - then take the landlord to court. The landlord will claim "improvements" where made - but he will have to show receipts & reasonableness. If someone is brave; they just might swing a nice little 3 bedroom.
In fact, someone should get the rental history on this place and just post it here. Everytime you see and apartment like this - do it.
@ Anon 5:58 - Didn't find much on ACRIS but that the building was bought in 2004 for $1,450,000.
what an ugly apartment, the living room looks like a hallway. and what nightmares this listing conjures, i live right there. and believe me i will not hesitate to call the cops for any rude yuppie idiots who want to "chill afterhours" on that roofdeck
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