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THIS IS THE ONE THAT WILL END YOUR SEARCH!!! Full-time doorman building with laundry facility, concierge, lovely pre-war lobby & renovated apts, on block of brownstones near subway, dining, theatre & entertainment.. 3rd floor studio apt. CALL MIKE 917-207-4070 COME ENJOY THE GOOD LIFE FOR LESS $$$!!!! Pictures may be of a similar apartment in the building. Listing ID #: 15439
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ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY BREATHTAKING APARTMENT!! Fabulous water views (including the Statue of Liberty), tons of light, two large closets, compact kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances (including dishwasher!), gorgeous marble bathroom, and much, much more! This large FURNISHED loft-like apartment has GREAT ENERGY and excellent “flow.” Though a studio, it offers distinct dining, living and sleeping areas. Best of all, it includes everything you need for a comfortable stay in NYC, including lush linens, kitchen supplies, dishware, wine glasses, etc. Apartment is located in one of the Financial District’s hottest buildings with amenities to spare. These include: 24-hour concierge, residents’ lounge, health club (including top-of-the-line equipment and free exercise classes), steam room, spa treatment room, private movie theater, and a lushly landscaped sun deck. The building is near Wall Street, Battery Park, World Financial Center, South Street Seaport and red, yellow and green subway lines. Don’t miss your opportunity to live in one of FiDi’s best furnished apartments and buildings! Your application may be processed within 48 hours!
Hi there! It’s a rather rainy day here in NYC, but I’m pumped about all the new fresh produce that’s starting to pour into the farmer’s markets that dapple the city. Shopping at these markets is a great way to support local farmers and get the freshest, healthiest, and tastiest food available. It helps me to design meals for weight maintenance, as well as sample new and interesting products that range from duck eggs to to vegan cookies to New York state wines. What a fantastic resource!
Happy Easter weekend, everyone! New York is finally earning some beautiful spring weather this weekend, with the sun pouring down and temperatures in the balmy 50′s. Hey, it’s not exactly like last year, with 70-degree spring days, but it’s nice to get a taste of real spring, right?
Just as New Yorkers are coming outdoors en mass to enjoy spring, the New York City Bike Share will begin its first phase of implementation this May. Originally set to start summer of 2012, the project has been delayed twice; the second time because of damage done to bikes by Hurricane Sandy. Now the program is ready to open in May, and I can’t wait to see these Citi Bikes all over the city.
As the inhabitant of New York rentals for several years now, I’ve heard countless stories from friends and acquaintances about bike theft and bike vandalism. Bike seats, wheels, frames, baskets, and other accessories have been unscrewed or ripped off constantly. One friend kept her bike locked in her own private back yard, and someone jumped the fence, broke her lock, and rides it around her neighborhood now in plain view! Thieves and vandals have left bike owners the necessity to guard their bikes with more than one lock, and most of my friends carry their bike seats and at least one wheel with them when they leave their bike in a bike stand. Bike thefts cost New Yorkers thousands and thousands of dollars each year. This new program will offer an option for those in the city who don’t have space for a bike (listen in, Manhattanites!) or do not want to deal with their property getting stolen.
Below shows a map of the first 300 or so Citi Bike kiosk locations to open May, as well as projected future kiosks to be built throughout the rest of the year. Is there one near your NY apartment?