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About 77 Pine St New York, NY 10005
- Large living area with natural Light
- Ample closet space
- Chef kitchen with stainless steel appliances
- Marble tiled bathroom
- In unit Washer & dryer
- Heat & hot water included
- Walking distance to great stores and restaurant.
Must seen in person to appreciate!!
About the neighborhood:
Tribeca is a hip and artsy neighborhood that everyone has heard of but only a selected few actually know anything about. Tribeca, as it currently stands, encompasses the triangular area south of Canal Street (the name is derived from the phrase 'triangle below canal') from Broadway to West Street and extends its reach as far south as Chambers Street. Tribeca is known for having an extremely high concentration of critically acclaimed restaurants, bars, and art galleries. The mix of historical past and present makes Tribeca such a beautiful neighborhood to live in.
Established in the 1830s, Brooklyn, New York's Cypress Hills neighborhood features a diverse population and entrance to the world-famous Cypress Hills Cemetery. The final resting place for famed actress Mae West and record-breaking baseball player Jackie Robinson of the Brooklyn Dodgers, most of the cemetery lies in Queens, New York, which borders the northeast Brooklyn community. More than a dozen mass transit bus lines pass through this revitalized neighborhood, making its houses and condos for rent convenient for travel to midtown Manhattan, about 11 miles away.
Angela's Pizzeria, a family-owned tradition in the Cypress Hills neighborhood, keeps locals happy with its crispy slices and robust calzones. Rico Pollo II delights its neighbors with well-seasoned rotisserie chicken and other Dominican and Latin American dishes. The decor, atmosphere, and Caribbean and Latin influences at Carro Cafe draw locals who enjoy meals, drinks, such as coconut mojitos, and nightlife at the venue.