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If you are looking for corporate serviced apartments and are set on looking for places to stay in Manhattan, then East Village is downtown's most livable neighborhood. Local residents in the area include old timers, University attendees and everyone in between, making for awesome people watching, day or night! Cute pooches and their owners convene at the dog run in Tompkins Park, whilst bongo drums echo over near Avenue B. Children squeal with delight in the playgrounds while city professionals and retired men occupy the benches on the Southwestern side. Just a typical slice of life in the East Village, and a sweet one regardless of you being on a short term stay in East Village or whether you are on an extended stay in Manhattan.
Corporate accommodation in East Village easily accommodate those looking to stay on either short term or extended stays - with apartments being spacious enough to house the whole family! Offering clean and spacious bathrooms, air conditioning throughout and a fully fitted, fully equipped kitchens (giving you the freedom to prepare and cook in your own time), you’ll quickly settle into your home-away-from-home. WiFi allows you to connect online, at the same time as enjoying the surroundings in stylish and comfortable lounge areas!
Serviced apartments in East Village has been the center of bohemian lifestyle since the early 1900s when it was a favorite for writers like Allen Ginsberg and artists Diane Arbus. Its side streets and alleyways held bookstores and cafes that inspired and delighted the city’s great thinkers. Today, the neighborhood is still home to a thriving community of long-time residents that still remain tight-knit. Quality food also abounds in the East Village, with storefronts often concealing some of the best food in the city. Don’t forget that the side streets are also dotted with jewelry shops and vintage stores, many of which are locally owned.
The East Village never fails to keep the excitement going long after other neighborhoods hit the pillow. Follow the foodies, dive bar enthusiasts, and vintage-hunters to the east end of Manhattan, where head-turning street style is the norm - A lively neighborhood with an adventurous spirit that defines downtown living. Subway stations connect you to the rest of New York (not forgetting the 100’s of yellow taxis too), but with the area living up to the image of “classic New York”, why would you want to leave?