Off-Campus Apartments Near NYU – A Charming Stay in the Heart of the City

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Nestled in the heart of the bustling city, Heritage Apartments @ 81 Sullivan Street offers a charming and comfortable stay for students seeking a unique experience while studying in some of New York’s finest universities. Located in a historic building that dates back to the 19th century, this boutique apartment complex boasts a rich heritage that blends seamlessly with modern amenities, making it an ideal choice for those looking for a taste of both the past and the present.

The Neighborhood.

Situated in the vibrant neighborhood of SoHo, Heritage Apartments @ 81 Sullivan Street is ideally located for those looking to explore the best of New York City. Students not only have convenient access to NYC’s shopping district at their doorstep but they can also easily access popular spots such as Washington Square Park, and most importantly, New York University (NYU) – one of the most prominent and respected research universities in the world. The surrounding area is filled with quaint cafes, trendy boutiques, and diverse dining options, offering a truly immersive experience of the city’s rich cultural fabric.

Being nestled within one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in New York City, you can find yourselves within a plethora of attractions and activities to explore. For instance, Washington Square Park is a hub of activity with its famous arch, performance artists, and lively atmosphere. The area also offers an eclectic dining scene, with a wide range of cuisines from around the world, including Italian, French, Japanese, and more.

In addition, Heritage Apartments @ 81 Sullivan Street is conveniently located near Spring St subway station, connecting you to other parts of the city – making exploration easy on weekends.

The Heritage Collection Experience.

One of the highlights of staying at Heritage Apartments @ 81 Sullivan Street is the unique heritage experience it offers. Although the apartment has been around since the 1900s, it is now refurbished and retrofitted with modern amenities suitable for urban living. Our signature features include:

Flexible Lease Terms: Don’t worry about committing to a full 12-months. Regardless of your academic year, semester or type of programme, we welcome all students!

Fully Furnished: You don’t have to source to furniture rentals during your stay with us. All units are move-in ready, all you have to do is bring your clothes.

Complimentary Monthly Housekeeping: Leave the cleaning to us and all you have to do is focus on what’s important. Our monthly rates are inclusive of complimentary monthly housekeeping.

Personal Property Managers: Each building has a Property Manager who goes above and beyond to ensure a memorable stay for their tenants. From personalized recommendations on local attractions and dining options to attentive service that caters to the tenants’ needs, the warm and friendly hospitality adds an extra layer of charm to the stay.

The Apartments.

Heritage Apartments @ 81 Sullivan Street offers a range of thoughtfully designed apartments that cater to students with differing budgets. Whether you’re here in the city alone or with a roommate, you’ll find an apartment that suits your needs. Choose from either a full Two Bedroom Apartment, a Studio Apartment, or a Co-Living Private Room – each unit is tastefully decorated with a blend of modern furnishings, creating a cozy yet chic ambiance.

Each apartment is fully equipped with modern amenities, including a kitchenette, flat-screen TV, air conditioning (and heating for cold Winter days), and complimentary Wi-Fi, making it a comfortable home away from home. Some units also feature large windows that let in ample natural light, allowing you to enjoy the views of the surrounding city streets and soak in the vibrant energy of New York City. We offer a fully conducive environment for students to live, work and play.

Complimentary laundry facilities are also found in-building, saving you time and a trip to the laundromat.

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Delve into the intricacies of the city’s bohemian capital

The Village got its name from Groenwijck – Dutch for “Green District”, named during the period of Dutch control over the area. In its early days, this historical neighborhood formed a significant part of the American bohemian culture in the early and mid-20th Century. It was the ground for many political, artistic and cultural movements. 

One prominent institution in the Village is the Whitney Museum of American Art, founded in 1931. It was built in response to MoMA’s neglect on American Art. The Whitney then became a space for for younger and lesser-known artists to showcase and exhibit their works.

The Whitney’s original location is now home to New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture, on W 8th Street. | Photo courtesy of wikipedia.

Although many artists lamented that urban bohemia they once knew is long gone, you can still experience remnants of it. The colors, the artistic residents and the alternative culture of the bohemian lifestyle continues to make Greenwich Village the warm and welcoming neighborhood it is today.

The 2019 Village Halloween Parade Guide
It is also home to the city’s largest halloween parade. | Photo courtesy of Village Alliance.

The communal culture of its residents (and visitors) is most prominent in the heart of the Village, that is the Washington Square Park. We have a list of activities and places for you to explore in Greenwich, so read on!