Room / Private room - Rent - This is a test, please ignore.

Room / Private room
- Rent (more than 90 days)
New York, NY, 10005, USA
Room size - 0
Garage - 1
Bedroom(s) - 1
Guests - 2
Bathroom(s) - 1
This property listing is a test, please ignore! Real estate type: Room / Private room available for Rent.
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Additional information
Minimum stay (months) 3
Room available from june 2016
Background check
SSN - Social Security Number
Operating expenses / month
Total operating expenses 5 USD
Electicity bill 2 USD
Cable and internet 3 USD
Home insurance fee 1.5 USD
Condo fee 3 USD
Additional expenses
Application fee 6 USD
Security deposit 25 %
Monthly rent per pet 1 USD
Deposit for pet(s) 2 USD
How to apply?
Contact advertiser
Common amenities
Bed sheets
Bed linen
Interior details
Built in cabinet
Furniture included
Floor covering
Room includes the followings
- Office table (laptop frienldy work space)
- Chair
- Built in closet
- Hangers
- Coffe table
Coffee table
Heating system
Central system
Heat pump
Cooling system
Air conditioning
Central system
Safety features
Carbon monoxide detector 
Fire alarm system
Fire extinguisher
First aid kit
Intercome buzzer
High speed internet 50+ MBPS
Wireless speed 25+ MBPS
WiFi (free)
Bathroom video
Bathroom type Private bathroom
Bathroom size
Total1 sq.ft
Bathroom amenities
Hair dryer
Toilet paper
Bathroom components
Bathroom vanity
Luxury bathroom components
Bathroom floor covering
Ceramic tile
Bathroom wall covering
More bathroom details
Built in cabinet
Crown molding
Walk in closet
Bathroom fireplace
Built in fireplace
Kitchen video
Kitchen type Area
Kitchen size
Total726 sq.ft
Front side22 ft
Width33 ft
Kitchen floor covering
Ceramic tile
Kitchen appliances
Gas cooktop
Gas oven
Gas range
Gas stove
Wine cooler
Kitchen details
Custom kitchen cabinet
Custom kitchen sink
Plywood kitchen cabinets
Wine rack
More kitchen details
Crown molding
Wood paneling
Kitchen window
Bay window
Glass block
Laundry video
Laundry type Area
Laundry size
Total25 sq.ft
Washer & dryer location Bathroom
Washer & dryer type
Electric dryer
Electric washer
Laundry details
Floating shelves
Floor drain
Hanging racks
Ironing board
Rolling shelves
Laundry floor covering
Ceramic tile
Laundry window type
Double pane
Vinyl frame
The property
Property owner
Property listed by - Rent (more than 90 days) agent
Kid(s) allowed
Any age
Pet policy
Any pet(s)
Any dog(s)
Large dogs - between 60-90 lb
Small dogs - between 5-40 lb
Other pet(s)
Maximum number of pet(s) allowed in the room 1
Pets live on this property
Small dogs - between 5-40 lb
Smoke policy
Outside smoking
Smoking allowed on the balcony / terrace
The space
Spacious, impeccably remodeled and elegantly furnished luxury three-bedroom condo. White ceramic flooring throughout, new gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, designer bathrooms and walk-in closets. New impact glass sliding doors. Step into your private balcony and enjoy the incredible Biscayne Bay, Sea Ilse Marina and City of Miami skyline views!
Guest access
The Grand Condominium is only a few miles from the Miami International Airport and the Port of Miami. There is plenty of public transportation, but we recommend Uber, taxi, Supper Shuttle or a rental car. We have free valet parking available in the lower valet garage. You will experience the best location in Downtown Miami within minutes from any major attractions, either by walking, public transportation, bike, or car. The building also features 24/7 concierge, security, garage parking, gym, sauna, hot tubs and pool access, and 80,000 square foot of retail shops and restaurants. Satisfy your cravings in one of the restaurants located in The Grand Retail Center by savoring award-winning international cuisine at Tony Chan’s Water Club, Primo’s Italian Kitchen, 8½ Caffè La Bottega, Los Gauchitos Argentinian Steakhouse and Casablanca on the Bay.
House rules
Dear guests, to make sure that your stay is pleasant and to prevent any misunderstandings, please read our rules of private accommodation (the “House Rules”). When checking in, it is implied that you are familiar with and agree with them and that you will fully adhere to them:

(1) Guests who violate our House Rules and disturbs the peace will be unconditionally refused accommodation. In case the accommodation is canceled because of any violation of our House Rules, guests will have to pay the total amount for accommodation during the reserved period, regardless of the shorter stay;

(2) This condominium unit is strictly NON-SMOKING;

(3) We require from our guests NOT TO TAKE PETS of any kind, as a courtesy to the next guests who may suffer from some allergies;

(4) It is strictly forbidden to bring persons who are not the registered guests. Only those registered guests will be accommodated. In case unregistered persons that are not announced during reservation are found in the condominium unit, we will have the right to cancel the accommodation. Any disputes that cannot be resolved in agreement might be resolved through police intervention;

(5) Please keep in mind the residents or other guests that want to rest. Therefore, please do not make any noise in the condominium unit or in the hallways after 10pm; do not walk and stay in the hallways in inappropriate clothing, i.e. pajamas, underwear, bathing suit, etc.; do not hang any items or objects whatsoever from the balcony; and do not place any personal belongings in the hallways;

(6) All intentional damages occurring during your stay will be charged on your account.

(7) The inventory (pillows, blankets, towels, etc.) are intended for you to use while staying in the condominium unit and are not to be taken out, and;

(8) On the day of departure, you are required to leave the condominium unit at 11am so that it can be cleaned and prepared for other guests coming after you. Thank you for staying with us!
Interaction with guests
Our rental office is located near by and we are here to help you 7 days a week. There is also a 24/7 concierge service.
Other things to know
There is a minimum 2-night stay (except for Christmas, New Year’s Eve, Art Basel, Market America, Miami Boat Show and Ultra Music Festival periods when the minimum stay is 4 nights). Additional maid and room services are also available at additional charges. You have access to free valet parking.
Building details
Total floors in building 45
Room floor number
Total levels in apartment 1
Building type
Construction status Existing
Building services
24/7 security
On site concierge
Package receiving
More building details
Garbage shoot
Wheelchair accessible 
Interior common space
Bicycle storage
Exterior common space
Built in BBQ
Event area
Built in pool
Pool light
Shared pool
Swimming pool
Parking availability
Covered lot
Garage lot
Garage capacity 1
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Neighborhood overview
SoHo, sometimes written Soho, is a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City, which in recent history came to the public's attention for being the location of many artists' lofts and art galleries, but is now better known for its variety of shops ranging from trendy upscale boutiques to national and international chain store outlets. The area's history is an archetypal example of inner-city regeneration and gentrification, encompassing socio-economic, cultural, political and architectural developments.

The name "SoHo" refers to the area being "South of Houston Street", and was also a reference to Soho, an area in London's West End. It was coined by Chester Rapkin, an urban planner, and author of The South Houston Industrial Area study, also known as the "Rapkin Report". This began a naming convention that became a model for the names of emerging and re-purposed neighborhoods in New York such as TriBeCa for "Triangle Below Canal Street", DUMBO ("Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass"), NoHo ("North of Houston Street"), Nolita ("North of Little Italy") and NoMad ("North of Madison Square"), among others.

Almost all of SoHo is included in the SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District, which was designated by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1973, extended in 2010, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and declared a National Historic Landmark in 1978. It consists of 26 blocks and approximately 500 buildings, many of them incorporating cast-iron architectural elements. Many side streets in the district are paved with Belgian blocks.
Getting around in the neighborhood
Many small and easily affordable restaurants and cafes were established in Soho during the 19th century, particularly as a result of Greek and Italian immigration. The restaurants were not looked upon favorably at first, but their reputation changed at the start of the 20th century. In 1924, a guide reported "of late years, the inexpensive restaurants of Soho have enjoyed an extraordinary vogue
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