One of the best things about taking up residence at 159 Bleecker Street is the unit’s balconies. Resident’s also enjoy splendid, hardwood flooring and oversized windows. Oversized windows are great because they allow ample, natural sunlight to fill rooms and thus save on energy costs. New York apartments are best when they have some added features and an apartment at 159 Bleecker Street includes stackable washer and dryers in their units.
The limestone and marble bathrooms at 159 Bleecker Street have been newly renovated and also feature stainless steel fixtures. The gourmet kitchens are fully stocked and also contain granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The apartments come fully furnished with dishes, towels, linens, cable TV and stereo. There are also high-speed telecommunication options.
The amenities offered by 159 Bleecker Street are fairly standard. There is a doorman to assist residents. The building also includes elevators, a roof deck and a rooftop terrace. The units keep resident’s cool and warm via self-controlled heating and air conditioning.
159 Bleecker Street is located in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village between Thompson and Sullivan Street. The area is one of the most favored in Manhattan. There is so much to do in Greenwich Village in terms of artistic activities, dining and shopping. The area is the former home to famous poets, such as E.E. Cummings and Marianne Moore. Since them, so many more famous artists have lived and moved through the streets of Manhattan’s Greenwich Village.