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Mid-Rise Apartment
East Village, 441 E 12th St | New York
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  •  Cat friendly
  •  Central A/C
  •  Controlled Access
  •  Dog friendly
  •  Fitness Center
  •  Granite Countertops
  •  Hardwood Floors
  •  Laundry
  •  Parking Available
  •  Stainless Steel Appliances

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About this Location

Whole Foods Market
8 min via L (metro)
Lots of bars and
restaurants nearby
Limited nearby
public transit
John V. Lindsay East River Park
13 min walk

Pricing 

1 Bedroom, 1 Bath
$3,000+
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath
$3,200+
3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath
$4,000+
Schedule Appointment At
(646) 593-7514
  • Kitchen

    •  Dishwasher
    •  Microwave
    •  Refrigerator
  • Living Room

    •  Ceiling Fans
    •  Hardwood Floors
  • Pet Terms & Amenities

    •  Cat friendly
    •  Dog friendly
  • Security & Maintenance

    •  Controlled Access
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The Neighborhood

Signature Spots

dining 14 Recs

Crif Dogs
Raclette
Motorino
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grocery 5 Recs

Whole Foods Market
Trader Joe’s
Key Food
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convenience 2 Recs

Walgreens
CVS Pharmacy
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fitness 32 Recs

Yoga to the People
Ave A Pilates
Body Evolution
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parks 6 Recs

Tompkins Square Park
First Run
Stuyvesant Square
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coffee 34 Recs

Ost Café
Veniero’s
Abraço
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About East Village

The East Village is known for its vibrant nightlife. Its many dive bars, performance spaces, and cocktail lounges means its packed at night. However, the East Village doesn't sleep during the day. People are working at independent bookstores, catching up at casual cafes, and shopping at vintage clot...
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Safe
Noisy
Walkable
Nightlife
East River
Supermarkets
Median rents in East Village
Studio
$
3,850
1 Bedroom
$
5,350
2 Bedroom
$
6,700

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Parking Near 441 E 12th St

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East Village Reviews

34 reviews
Alphabet City has been a great place to live in New York - there are a lot of bars and restaurants around, so it's relatively easy to convince friends to go out around the neighborhood. The walks to the closest subways (the L, F, and 6 trains) are relatively pleasant, and it's easy to walk over to the East Side Parkway if you're interested in running by the river. It feels like a pretty central location without being too much in the thick of it - Avenue B is quieter than Avenue A, and Avenue C is quieter than Avenue B with regards to noise. There are usually people out and about, so it's safe to walk home late at night.
Late night neighborhood, people are always around and right next to multiple bars. Also next to the Union Square subway stop which has a lot of different lines and near a couple L stops.
Great bars, great restaurants. Can walk to school and have subway options with the F on 2nd Avenue as well as the green and yellow lines at Astor Place. Also plenty of Citi bike racks.
lots of bars and restaurants around. Mostly people under the age of 35, not very many children. People can party and be loud and not worry about it. Not very much to do on the "activities" front though.
East Village is a great neighborhood to live in. It is very lively and there are a lot of great bars and restaurants within walking distance. However, this can also come with noise from both neighbors throwing apartment parties or the people on the streets.
Awesome neighborhood with great restaurants. Pretty far east, but still only a 20 minute walk to Stern. 15 minutes to the F.
The East Village has an amazing social scene that is really worth experiencing if you can. There are tons of great bars and restaurants, including a number of landmarks/icons like Mcsorley's (literally in a popular 1912 painting) and Katz's Deli. It is particularly nice because you can access the rest of NYC fairly easily via the 4,5,6 or N,R, while still being able to walk to some of the harder to access spots like the LES.
Pros:
Walking distance to school
Largest concentration of other Stern Students Close to bars, restaurants, always something to do Generally close to subway stops Cons: Dirtier than other parts of the city Loud at night More expensive/sq ft compared to other neighborhoods

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