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On The Road To Nowhere HAH!
Hi there, I’m looking for someone to take over my sweet sunny (moon-y and airy too) space. Offering a sleeper deal! Spacious abode in a newly renovated pavement, Minutes walk from subway and buses and Citibikes, oh my!, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, movie theaters, Universities! The living space is great for entertaining guests. The illustrious East Village is widely renowned for its high-quality residential living and its world-class cultural institutions. This neighborhood is famous for being creative, family-friendly, green, and beautiful, so it’s no wonder that the East Village is easily one of the most charming neighborhoods in Manhattan. Its prestigious history of artistic residents within close proximity to Tompkins Sq and Wash Sq. Parks has made the number of distinct architectural gems hard to count. The EV offers both town and city living - the unrivaled dining and shopping options attract people from all over Manhattan and all over the world. For those looking to experience the finest elements of Manhattan living, the EV offers just about everything. There is a unique European feel, and the preserved community architecture breathes life back into Old New York. EV was meticulously designed with a unified architectural style having tree-lined streets with pre-war townhouses of modest Greek Revival style with decorative cornices and ornate Italianate with arched windows. The architectural appeal as well as the small village feel makes it one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan. Offering 2 Months Free on a 12 Month Lease! $2775/mo for lease, now reduced to $2225 due to the Coivd-19 crisis. This price is insaaane! (Free internet via LinkNYC)(Air rights not included)
Is this chair part of Santa sled? Perhaps not with these travel restrictions due to Covid there will be no Christmas this year, at least thats what I will tell the kids. Man they hate my dad jokes.
I actually passed this world traveler yesterday; it had been dragged onto the southwest corner of 10th and 3rd and was still waiting for its ride.
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