There may be some one onsite during certain days and certain times. The space comes with a table and accommodates 4 people, but you can bring in your own table and chairs for larger groups. The is a large flat screen monitor and wifi. You will need to bring your own cables. Fully furnished 900 sq ft Studio: This historic house was built directly next to the East River in 1807 and sits at the the foot of the Brooklyn bridge in Manhattan. Today you can rent the ground floor, light filled magical retreat. It's the perfect place to host small meetings, make dinner for up to four, or otherwise nest in one of the most special and charming areas of New York City. Amenities include: Nespresso, drip coffee maker, kitchenette, Ruku TV, High Speed Internet, Spa grade steam shower, led color controlled lights, body sprays and teak floor and seating. Details are considered carefully and you can expect to find what might be at your "Pied a Terre" in NYC if you wanted one, from steamers, iron, chargers, a printer, to books, games, houseplants, and sundries. Furniture is mostly mid century modern antiques and curious historic items from lower Manhattan decorated with art from New York and a few famous artists. Privacy is a key feature, with a private entrance, and no neighbors on either side. Neighborhood features are too voluminous to list, but include: Brooklyn Bridge, City Hall, Wall Street, 911 Memorial, Calatrava Sites, Numerous historic buildings. In the 1600’s this is the neighborhood where ships landed and folks picked “oysters the size of dinnerplates, and lobsters three feet long” out of the river. There is a bike path that goes most of the way around the city and bike rental nearby. Boating, walking, tours of all sorts abound as well as numerous excellent restaurants. There are several movie theaters, scenic piers, Chinatown, Tribeca, just minutes away.. The East River and Brooklyn Bridge are out the front door! Restaurants include: Mark Joseph Steakhouse, Augustine, Bridge Café, Acqua, and Suiteshi.
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