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Q. Where can I find the privacy policy for MHP?

To view the privacy policy of MHP, please click here.

Q. I wish to book online, however, I am not well versed in English. Can anyone help me through this process?

Our website is currently being translated into many languages. Meanwhile, you can call the agency and speak with one of our agents. Our staff speaks English, Spanish, French, German, Arabic, Italian, Dutch and Japanese. They will gladly help you with the reservation process. Visit our contact page to find the means of communication that suits you.

Q. Our plane lands in the morning. At what time can we move into the apartment?

You cannot enter the apartment before 3 P.M, however, you may come to the agency, drop your luggage, tour the city, come back before 3 P.M. to retrieve the keys and finally move into your apartment.

Q. Our plane lands late in the evening. Can someone from the agency check us in?

Yes there will always be someone to meet you, but additional fees may be charged for late arrivals.

Q. How late can I check out?

As in hotels, you must vacate the apartment no later than 11 A.M.

Q. Can you recommend an apartment in a quiet neighborhood?

Keep in mind that the city is always in action. There are bars and restaurants that pop up all over town. Among the quietest neighborhood we recommend: Midtown East, Upper East Side, Upper West Side and Brooklyn Heights. These neighborhoods are the favorites of those seeking more tranquility, or a family atmosphere.

Q. I'm in a wheelchair. Do you offer apartments to suit my needs?

Unfortunately, we have no apartments specially adapted for wheelchair access, however, several apartments in our listing are on the ground floor, have wide doorways or spacious elevators.

Q. We are students on vacation looking to be at the heart of the action...

The Theater District, Chelsea, Greenwich Village, the Meat Packing District and the East Village are all good neighborhoods. Greenwich Village is a neighborhood full of energetic, trendy, chic piano bars to casual jazz clubs. The Theater District draws a mixed crowd of tourists to its many shows, bars, clubs and restaurants. The Meat Packing District is very hip, full of beautiful people who flock to its design.

Q. Will I have internet access in my apartment?

Most of our apartments have internet access. Please check the amenities listed with each apartment description to be sure that you choose an apartment that offers this service.

Q. At what point will I know that my reservation is confirmed?

Once you have paid the agency fees, your reservation will be definitively accepted. MHP will send a confirmation in writing (e-mail). Please check the details of your rental to see if they are correct.

Q. When do I pay the balance?

The final balance of the rent must be paid upon arrival in our office located on the 2nd floor of 1178 Broadway. If the full balance is not paid, the reservation will be canceled and the agency fee lost.

Q. What methods of payment do you accept?

We accept Visa Card, Master Card, and American Express. You also have the option of paying with Paypal. Paypal is the safest and the easiest way to pay online. This service allows you to pay in any way you prefer without sharing financial information. You can also make a bank transfer.

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Manhattan Noho 10003 Broadway Between Second Avenue and Third Avenue.
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1 bedroom(s)
From: $3,500 per month
Noho / Manhattan 10003
Available: Now
Updated 4 May 2020
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NoHo is a small neighborhood north of Houston street (hence NoHo) and separates Greenwich Village on the west and East Village on the east. NoHo runs from Houston Street to East 9th street and extends from Mercer Street to the Bowery. The centrally located posh neighborhood that is NoHo is a relatively quiet area when compared to its counterpart SoHo (South of Houston) that is filled with quaint loft style apartments that are much sought after for.

Each part of Manhattan has its own personality and NoHo is of no exception, with its rich history as a warehouse and retail district, this former farmland was once beckoned a mecca of retail. Fast forward to present day the area still contains remnants of its past via the buildings that inhabit the area, ranging from early 19th century to recent years. It also maintains its foregoing title as a mecca of retail through its array of boutiques such as Rafe on Bleecker Street which carries high-end bags and shoes; Eye Canday on Lafayette where you can find a sundry of vintage style jewelry and accessories; and Classic Kickes , which showcases high-end sneakers. The neighborhood is home to majestic buildings like Colonnade Row, Cable Building, and the Schermerhorn Building.

Entertainment is in abundance in NoHo with venues like the renowned Joseph Papps Public Theater and the Astor Place Theater, which has been showcasing the Blue Man Group for years now, both conveniently located on Lafayette Street, south of Astor Place. Nightlife in NoHo is something to boast about as well due to bars like Joes Pub (named after Joseph Papp) and contains a chic cabaret setting, and great for catching a live performance; known as a starting ground for burgeoning artists, the venue/bar showcases talent that you will likely here about years from now. B Bar, known for its chichi styled menu and atmosphere and is especially great during warm weather due to the wonderful back courtyard. Phebes is a nice sprawling spot with a solid drink and food menu, especially if youre a fan of sports. Dining is diverse around NoHo with Bianca, offering fine Italian fare in an inviting atmosphere, Great Jones Caf serves up some of the best Cajun food in Manhattan (located on Great Jones Street) and Bond Street, known for its upscale Japanese cuisine.

NoHo is home to prestigious educational institutions like Cooper Union and two of the most famous departments of NYU, the Gallatin School of Individualized Study and the Tisch School of the Arts. The fashionable and hip place of New York real estate is veritably a central located posh area but can be a bit pricey, but like the old adage goes, you get what you pay for, which is an immense amount due to the extreme access you have to the most thriving parts of the city. Transportation is a breeze in NoHo because of the excess of trains located on eight street (N, R) and Broadway-Lafayette (B, D, F, M). NoHo has been designated as a historic district by the Landmarks Preservation Society and will remain a part of New York City for years to come because of the residents that protect the sanctity of their small neighborhood to keep it very well maintained.
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