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-Queen size beds in the bedrooms
- Closets in both bedrooms
- Washer/Dryer in unit
- Heated bathroom floors
- Heated towel rack
- Glass-enclosed rainfall shower for a complete spa-like retreat
- Living room that accommodates a couch, table and entertainment stand.
- Central AC in the bedroom and the living room. Separate thermostats.
- The kitchens are chic yet functional. A clean, modern aesthetic is achieved with handcrafted cabinetry, caesar stone countertops and dishwasher.
- State of the art Video Intercom with additional features
-Listed Price is Net effective of $4,700 per month with one month free on a 12 month lease.
Located in Manhattans most desirable neighborhood, 59 Thompson offers everything you might want in a Soho apartment! From its modern, luxurious interior to its classic, charming pre-war exterior, the building is in walking distance from all the neighborhoods popular restaurants, trendy boutique stores and contemporary art galleries. 59 Thompson is situated on a quaint tree-lined street in the heart of Soho, offering the vibrant downtown living experience with a cozy relaxing vibe.
SoHo (South-of- Houston) extends from West Houston to Canal Streets, between Sixth Avenue and the Bowery. Artists began to move into this formerly drab manufacturing area in the early 1970s, taking over abandoned lofts and buildings and turning them into homes and galleries. SoHo has since transformed into a beautiful and trendy neighborhood. Once home to a few cutting edge shops, huge artists’ lofts and low-key bars, SoHo now rivals Madison Avenue as an upscale residential and retail neighborhood. Surrounded by 19th century cast iron architecture, the entire neighborhood is the city’s only landmarked district and is famous for its shops, galleries and some of the city’s best restaurants, including Alison on Dominick Street and Blue Ribbon on Sullivan Street.
With the recent unprecedented rate cut by the Federal Reserve, banks have been inundated with people looking to take advantage of lower interest rates. Because of the overwhelming demand, we have not yet seen a huge reduction in mortgage rates. While we aren’t there yet, it is likely that we will see a dramatic shift in the upcoming months, which raises the question, “What does a 1 point difference in interest rate do for my bottom line?”Read more