You moved to New York to live in New York, so why would you want to live in a stuffy neighborhood in a building that feels like a hotel? Here's a great 2 bed in Chinatown/ L.E.S. & if you've been looking at 2 beds in Manhattan you already know that they tend to be overpriced, crappy, & small. This place is actually big, with two large bedrooms, a separate kitchen, large bathroom, and a large living room. Everything has been newly renovated. Located in the back of the building with plenty of light. This area is up-&-coming, walking distance to SoHo, L.E.S., and the E. Village. Good Luck!
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