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$3,200 Status: Active

Studio 1 Bath

104 Bedford St #6-E
Manhattan, NY 10014, West Village

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Apt 6E at 106 Bedford Street is what NYC dreams are made of. Adorned with one of the largest skylights in the city and a wood burning fireplace, this spacious studio is the ultimate West Village charmer. Located on the top floor of a well established, elevator coop building built in 1890, this apartment is filled with light. In addition to the West facing wall of windows, the kitchen and bath both have windows, adding to the sense of open space. The bath has also been recently renovated with a modern touch. Located on a quiet street in the heart of the West Village, close to all major transportation, as well as Hudson River Park, restaurants and shops, this home also features laundry-in-building and a bike room, as well as storage space. Board approval is required. Available June 1st, 2020.


  • In-unit Laundry
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Minimum Credit Score Needed

Fair 680-699

Minimum Income Needed


Security Deposit

One month

Pets Accepted


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Original Listing: 3yd-REBNY-OLRS-1314852

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