254 East 10th Street – 6C | Bettina Equities
East Village // MANHATTAN
254 East 10th Street – 6C
CONNECTIVITY
M101, M102, M15, M103
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PRICE
$2300
AVAILABLE
VACANT
0 BEDS
1 BATH
No Dogs
Gross Rent: $2300
Net Effective: $2108
Incentive Price: 1 Months Free on a 12 Month Lease
Unit Details: ONE MONTH CONCESSION. GROSS RENT $2300.
NET EFFECTIVE $2108.33. UPDATED BATHROOM AND KITCHEN Hardwood Floors, A/C
Min Max Lease Term: 1 year / 1 year
Get to know the East Village
Neighborhood Features
Cooper Union
St. Mark’s Place
Tompkins Square Park
New York University
The East Village stretches from 1st to 14th Streets on the east side. It offers a dynamic mix; part ethnic, part punk rock, part high-style, part cutting-edge. It is still, incredibly, a true village with a strong sense of community and an active political base. With its history of free spirits, there’s a certain sense of ‘cool’ here that gives the East Village a young, edgy feel. Creative individuals and young urban professionals alike are proud to call it home.
Access
The East Village places you between two of the city’s key subway hubs. To the south is the Broadway-Lafayette station; to the north at 14th Street is Union Square. Both can take you virtually anywhere throughout Manhattan.
Lifestyle
If you thrive on interesting people and edgy nightlife, the East Village is perfect for you. You’ll truly find inspired individualist and a great variety of neighborhood hangouts in which to meet them. To work on Wall Street and live in the East Village is like visiting two different cities each day. The neighborhood’s street life is a cultural mosh pit that never gets boring.
Attractions
St. Mark’s Place is the heart and soul of the neighborhood, great for people watching. Broadway is lined with intriguing shops and intricate ironwork facades. You’ll find everything from vintage clothing and music to ethnic treasures. New York University and Cooper Union are the cultural anchors. The large student population, plus youth culture clubs and boutiques, give the area an energized, Left Bank feel.

Further east, Alphabet City (Avenues A, B, C and D) is home to Ukrainian, Polish and Hispanic communities and some great ethnic restaurants. Head south to the Lower East Side, one of New York’s hottest places to shop and dine. It’s also home to some of New York’s trendiest hotels, including the W and Hudson Hotels.