280 East 10th Street, Apt 9


East Village

2 BD, 1 BA

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Lease Term: One Year

JUST LISTED! Beautiful and rare two bedroom apartment. Each bedroom (one king-sized with great closet space, and one full-sized), great kitchen space, with excellent cabinets and closet space as well. All in updated condition. Very Spacious living room area as well! Located 1 flight up in a well-kept building on a charming tree-lined street. Laundromat next door!**Price advertised is NET EFFECTIVE with the month of MAY being FREE. The GROSS RENT is $3,300

Courtesy of: The Corcoran Group
Property: 280 East 10th Street



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The East Village extends from East Houston Street to 14th Street, between Fourth Avenue and Lafayette Street and the East River. Home to the original New York punk scene and bikers for decades, the East Village has boomed in recent years into a community alive with residents from all over the world. The available housing consists mainly of walk-up buildings (many of which are now refurbished) and several new residential buildings. The East Village has become home to trendy shops, art galleries, bars and every type of cuisine imaginable. There are also several movie theaters within walking distance, including the newly renovated Sunshine Theater on Houston Street.

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