This is a 1-bedroom apartment in lower Manhattan which will be available after April 20th. It is located on the 16th floor of a luxury building in the Financial District.

Specifics of the apartment:
The apartment is a one bedroom, one bath apartment. There are two closets, a kitchen, and a broom closet. Currently, it is occupied by two students (one med student and one law student). The living room has been converted to a bedroom. The arrangement works very well for two people. The bathroom is very spacious for Manhattan.

About the building:
The building is a luxury building with great amenities! There is 24-hour doorman. The 2nd floor has a gym, meeting/conference room, pool table, lounge area, and media room with a large flat screen TV and DVD player which is all available for tenants use.

Location:
It is located in the Financial District in Lower Manhattan. You have easy access to many NYC subway lines (2,3 Wall St.; 4,5 Wall St; J,M,Z Broad St.; A, C Broadway/Nassau; E World Trade Center; R – Rector St). The area is very busy during the day, but quiets down during the evening hours and the weekends, which makes it a nice area to live in. It is in walking distance to South Street Seaport, WTC/Ground Zero, Brooklyn Bridge, Battery Park, China Town. The Staten Island Ferry Terminal is about a 10 minute walk from the apartment building.

For med students completing rotations in NYC, you really can’t go wrong with this location. I have been at various different hospitals in Brooklyn and Queens, and have had fairly easy commutes ranging from 15 minutes to 50 minutes depending on which hospital you’re at (Brooklyn, Wyckoff, St. Johns, MIH, etc etc). I did a rotation at Staten Island University Hospital and was able to make it there in about an hour each way door-to-door using the ferry. For those that aren’t living in NYC, a 40-50 minute commute each way can be standard for many people. The location is ideal if you’d like to rotate at different hospitals, which I think is always better than being stuck at one place.

If you were to live here, you’d be in the city with easy access to go anywhere! 7 minutes to Union Square by train; 12-15 minutes to Times Square by train…

Specifics:
If you’re interested in learning more about the building, apartment, area, rent, etc….please email me at [email protected]. I will put you in-touch with my landlord. There are NO real-estate commission fees associated with this. My roommate and I have been renting this apartment since July of ’06. I would highly recommend having a roommate and doing the same arrangement of converting the living room to a bedroom to make it more affordable.

Thanks,
Dhaval