Manhattan Morningside Home is a newly renovated 5 fully furnished rooms, 2 full baths, free utilities, fast wi-fi, and an amazing location just minutes from Columbia University. Stylish, modern, sleek, and elegant are just a few of the words that come to mind when we think of the Morningside Park Home.
Share your favorite recipes from your country using the modern stainless steel appliances and decked out kitchen. We provide all of the essentials – microwave, toaster, coffee maker, washer, and dryer.
All you need is your suitcase and your big dreams! Welcome to New York! 5 bedrooms complete with desks and private closets and windows look out over the quaint sidewalks of that surround the Morningside Park Home. The open kitchen and cozy common living area make this the perfect place to build share a meal, relax on the sofa and enjoy some TV. It’s a great neighborhood made up of many different cultures of people and different nationalities. Very safe and vibrant.
Private room with a full-size bed and desk
Private room with a queen-size bed and desk
Our Morningside Park Home is surrounded by a neighborhood rich in history and serenity. Here you will find beautiful century-old establishments like The Cathedral Of Saint John The Divine (the largest cathedral in North America). Riverside Park is one of those special places in NYC where you forget you’re on in a space with 8 million people. Near the The Hudson River Greenway is a 5-mile walking, running, and biking trail along the Hudson River that connects Battery Park & Riverside Park. The heart of NYC’s culture is its connection to the arts. Lincoln Center is close to the Morningside Heights Neighborhood. It is a centerpiece of New York City’s performing arts scene and a major source of pride for Upper West Siders. As you come upon Lincoln Center, you’re literally entering a campus of entertainment.
Morningside Heights has a lively culinary, bar and night scene. You can find world-famous restaurants like Tom’s Diner from Seinfeld or Book Culture, hip places to hang out such as Columbia Greenmarket open Thursdays and Sundays (and even on Saturday!), And if you’re feeling creative then head over Levain’s Bakery which was voted best cookies in NYC thanks their delicious flavors sure don’t hurt either.
Whether you’re a college-aged student in the area, or just passing through on your way somewhere else – there’s plenty to see and do here!
|Distance to||By train||By car|
By Train: Approx 1 hour via B Train
By Train: 1 hour via C Train + E Train or B Train + E Train
Union Square (Midtown Manhattan)
By B Train to Q Train: 30 min (or 15 min by Citibike)
|WallStreet (Downtown Manhattan)||
2 Train oe 3 Train – 40 min.
Hop on the B Train for a short: 20 min ride