Loft like 465 Square Foot studio in a pre war elevator building located in the historic South Street Seaport area, one of Manhattans oldest neighborhoods. The apartment has a renovated separate kitchen with white cabinets and stainless steel appliances, new hotel style tiled bathroom, nearly 10 foot ceilings, 12 linear feet of closet space, parquet wood floors, and bright Eastern exposure with a view of the East River. The apartment is available unfurnished for immediate occupancy. The building is a 1918 7 story prewar structure with a brick and limestone facade designed by Henry J. Hardenbergh who also designed The Plaza Hotel, Carnegie Hall, and The Dakota along with numerous other great works, with a marble and terrazzo lobby, laundry in the basement, and a live in super. All major transportation is nearby, including express subways, PATH, and surface transit, there are great health clubs in the area, the building is convenient to residential services like shopping, drug stores, dry cleaners, etc. also Century 21, South Street Seaport, dining and bars. There are ferries that you can catch at the Wall Street ferry terminal to take you to, New Jersey, Brooklyn, Queens, other parts of Manhattan and IKEA. The riverfront promenade is 1 block to the East, it has been developed as green space as the City of NY recreates its water front, it's fantastic for cycling, running, walking, and sight seeing. Small dogs allowed with $500 pet fee. Net effective rent on 14 month lease with 2 months free, gross rent is $2,295.