Pros: The furniture is modern and pretty generic (nothing offensive here). The building has an elevator, gym, live-in super, laundry in the building as well as a Virtual Doorman. Pets are allowed. Also, since it's a condo, the finishings and amenities are likely higher end than those in a rental.
Cons: As with any sublet situation, your living situation depends on the fact that the owner doesn't want to sell. If he or she does, you're out. The layout of the apartment is a bit generic (two boxes and little character), and while convenient to Financial District jobs and right on top of an awesome waterfront park for the warmer months, Battery Park lacks a big restaurant or nightlife scene, which may be a deterrent for singletons.
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