Being constantly on the move for your job can be an exciting and fun prospect. On one hand, it means you are always getting to explore new places and have new experiences. On the other, you never really feel like you have a home. However, when renting a studio apartment in NYC, you get to have that cozy, homey feel.
This apartment is located in Tribeca and has amazing views of the city. The area was once an industrial center. Currently, it’s an exclusive neighborhood where artists congregate.
When you call this apartment home you’ll have the opportunity to walk along the Hudson River and take in the sights. This neighborhood is one of the more well-connected and well-rounded in all of Lower Manhattan.
If you’re looking for an apartment in a trendy New York neighborhood, then this is the space you want. Chelsea is a creative and artistic center. There are more than 200 galleries in the area with something for every taste; from classical to experimental art.
Living in this neighborhood gives you the chance to take a daily stroll through the renowned High Line Park. You also have the opportunity to enjoy the many fine dining establishments and hip nightlife.
This apartment is located in an area known for cute storefronts and a few cobblestone streets. It is home to art lovers, as well as those who love food and shopping. It is a mere 15-minute subway ride from Times Square and Wall Street, ideally placed for working downtown and a night out midtown.
Located in a historically artistic area, there are numerous theaters, piano bars, and cabarets to explore for a night out. You’ll have many ways to get out and be entertained when this neighborhood is your home.
This apartment provides a view of some of the most iconic sights in the city. Located in the central area of Manhattan, this neighborhood is not to be missed. From here you can easily check out Rockefeller Center, Times Square, the Empire State Building, Broadway, and more.
Since you’ll be close to Central Park, it will be easy to relax on the grass or picnic near the lake. Get a break from the city without having to leave it! You’ll also be close to the central business district.
If your job requires you to be near the Financial District, then this is the studio apartment you’re looking for. You’ll have easy access to Wall Street, the South Street Seaport, Bowling Green, and One World Trade Center.
You’ll have plenty of opportunities to mingle with professionals because the local restaurants are bustling with people of all ages. You never know, maybe you’ll find your next business connection in a restaurant around the corner from home. In this historic neighborhood, high rise buildings provide a great view of the city.