Modern 2 bedroom 2 bathroom in NYC

Modern 2 bedroom 2 bathroom in NYC


Oct 2017

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our modern 2 bedroom 2 bathroom is in the heart of all things downtown NYC. Our home has a dream kitchen for those who like to cook and modern furniture, all kid friendly as we have a 4 year old and a 6 year old. There are 2 bedrooms; one with a king bed and the other has two twin beds (working on updating photos). We also have an inflatable queen mattress. The apartment is close to Union Square, Madison Square Park, MOMath, Whitney, Highline, and the Rubin Museum. Yet an oasis of parks, playgrounds, and green. We love our home and make every effort to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.


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More about us

  1. We have two amazing kids that love to travel.

  2. Daniel is a lawyer and entrepreneur. Sarah is the COO of Legal Technology consulting company.

  3. We love the outdoors, design, finding amazing kid places, and exploring new places.

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Where is it?


Close to Madison Square Park, the Math Museum, Union Square, the Whitney, and all public transportation. Close to many iconic buildings: the Empire State building, Chrysler building, the flatiron building, and grand central. You can see the top of the freedom tower out the living room window. Live in an area with many parks and green close to a number of great restaurants and cafes including Union Square Cafe, Eataly, Pushcart, Irving Farms Coffee, ABC kitchen, among countless others. The highline is just crosstown. I am happy to provide recommendations and suggestions for sites nearby and how to get around.

Buzzy restaurants
Union Square Cafe, Eataly, ABC kitchen, and Shake Shack.
Cool bars
Tons on the lower east side, or in Chelsea.
Cozy cafés
Pushcart Coffee, Joe, Think Coffee, Irving Farms.
Retail therapy
5th Avenue with countless shops or Soho nearby.
Bit of culture
MOMA, MET, Museum of Math, Whitney, Rubin Museum.
Walks in the park
Highline, Madison Square Park, East River, and the Westside greenway.
Spot of exercise
City bike rental across the street, East river to run on, outdoor exercise complex in community.
Day tripping
Can catch a ferry close by to Williamsburg, Dumbo, NJ beaches, and easy train ride to Philly or DC.

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