226 E 6th St Unit stu

New York, NY 10003

Studio Studio $2,095
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Studio Studio Studio 1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA $2,095 $2,095 stu 495 Sq Ft 12 Month Lease Available Now
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About 226 E 6th St New York, NY 10003

Photos of the actual apartment 2 room studio Separate kitchen with window Ample cabinet and shelf space Hardwood floors Bathtub with shower Secured entry Voice intercom Several laundromats and wash & folds in the area Short walk to the nearest 6 train at Astor Place, the R,W trains at 8th Street - NYU and the F train on Second Avenue --- Call, text or email to schedule a viewing. 646-535-4954

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Time and Distance from 226 E 6th St New York, NY 10003

Parks and Recreation Drive Distance
Parks and Recreation Drive Distance
2 min 0.5 mi
3 min 0.6 mi
4 min 0.9 mi
5 min 1.2 mi
7 min 1.5 mi
Colleges Drive Distance
Colleges Drive Distance
3 min 0.8 mi
5 min 1.2 mi
7 min 1.5 mi
Military Bases Drive Distance
Military Bases Drive Distance
12 min 5.3 mi
23 min 9.2 mi
26 min 10.5 mi
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100 TransitScore ® Rider's Paradise

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