Living in Manhattan's Financial District has never been a better deal. The area's crawling with high-end apartment and condo buildings with high vacancies, so deals are plentiful. In this spacious one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment
you get a beautiful live/work space of 760 square feet for $2,400, in a historic part of New York City that's also convenient to subway lines.
Want to shop at discount department store Century 21 every day? Love to stroll to the South Street Seaport? Work at the Stock Exchange close by? From this eight-floor, elevator building at William and Beaver streets you can be in the heart of Lower Manhattan and do it all.
And you won't need to find a gym as the building has one, saving you money and cold, slushy winter treks to the health club.
In the summer this building has one serious attraction: a roof deck for your use. Invite friends over for the view on warm nights and then head out to the local spots. Of course, you can entertain at home as this 760-square-foot apartment is in great condition. There are beautiful light-colored hardwood floors throughout, and big windows allow plenty of light during the day and the sparkle of New York at night. The unit features high ceilings and the kitchen
has a dishwasher and microwave. There's space for a dining-room table and the bathroom has a marble tub.
The 1891 building has laundry facilities along with the other extras to make it truly sweet. However, there is one thing to clarify with the agent: Is there a rental agent fee or not? The ad seems to say both, but as a New Yorker I'm sure you know how to handle that.
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