|Beds||Baths||Rent||Deposit||Unit #||Sq Ft||Lease Length||Available|
|1 Bedroom 1 Bed 1 BR||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$6,000||$0||PH||1,500 Sq Ft||12 Month Lease||Available Now|
About 90 Horatio St New York, NY 10014
Fantastic1 bedroom Loft in a penthouse level of an amazing luxury building that is located right next to Whitney Museum and where the High Line Park begins. Apartment features: North facing lofty living space with large windows ,grand pillars and beams which synchronizes with the view of Whitney Museum and High-Line park on the north . Bedroom that can fit a king size bed comfortably Skylight Walk-in Closet Space * Super Tall Ceilings Controlled central heat and cooling system Exposed brick walls Recessed lighting throughout the apartment Stainless steel appliances that includes a Dishwasher,microwave, refrigerator, granite counter-top and modern cabinets Ample amount of closet space Full marbled bath with a hot-tub *Wood-burning Fireplace Building Amenities includes : Full -time Doorman, Elevator , central Laundry on the first floor,Fitness-room ,Kids playroom and a beautiful landscaped roof-deck with an amazing view of the City as well as the Hudson river . You can reach me David at 929-348-0084 Or email at Dmolina@citihabitats.com and send me your info so I can contact you about this and any other apartments that fit your criteria! We have access to over 95% of available properties in Manhattan and will use our resources to find you exactly what you want.
Dogs and Cats Allowed
- 12 Months
Reviews at 90 Horatio St New York, NY 10014
Neighborhood - West Village
Just stand on any corner in West Village and you'll know why it's the ultimate Manhattan address coveted by celebrities and authors, business people, and bohemians alike. Charming store fronts in historic brick buildings feature fantastic window displays below apartments laced with iron fire escapes. Trees seem to spring from the sidewalks to shade the narrow streets filled with yellow taxi cabs. Pedestrians stroll the brick-lined sidewalks as patrons sip lattes at outdoor cafes. Historic architecture is everywhere -- and so are the echoes of this neighborhood's long, legend-filled past. Poet Dylan Thomas did not go gently into that good night -- he drank himself to death at the White Horse Tavern in West Village. Jack Kerouac walked the streets here; and so did Henry James, Edith Wharton, and Jackson Pollock.
Brownstones line winding cobblestone streets, and some of the world's best restaurants, shops, and nightclubs dot the landscape.
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