232 Elizabeth St, Apt 5B

$5,295

Nolita

2 BD, 1 BA

Apartment Details

2

Beds

1

Bath

3

Rooms

Available On
Immediately
Concessions
1 Month Free
Lease Info
Lease Term: One Year

This is a beautifully renovated 2 bedroom. Unit features charming exposed brick, hardwood floors and high ceilings, dishwasher, washer & dryer and wine cooler. Available for May 1st occupancy.

Conveniently located near transportation including the B, D, F, M, 6, N, R, J, & Z lines.

*Net rent advertised reflects 1 month free.

  • Exposed brick Exposed brick
  • Renovated Renovated
  • Hardwood floors Hardwood floors
  • Heat and hot water included Heat and hot water included
  • Laundry in unit Laundry in unit
  • Dishwasher Dishwasher
  • Microwave Microwave
Property: 232 Elizabeth St

1910

Year Built

27

Apartments

6

Stories


About Nolita

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The Noho (north of Houston Street) and Nolita (North of Little Italy) neighborhoods may be smaller in physical size, but their charm and reputation for exclusive, higher end and mostly loft- style apartments are hard to pass over. Broadway and Lafayette are the two main avenues that define this area that’s full of trendy shopping and dining while offering a respite from the heavily trafficked tourist hotspots of its counterparts, Soho and Little Italy. The local feel in conjunction with its amazing reputation has certainly allowed this neighborhood to reign as one of the most highly sought-after. Noho and Nolita are no longer just a pass over to the surrounding communities.


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