This 1200-ft² two bedroom apartment is located in the neighborhood of Midtown East in Manhattan, New York. It is on the 21st floor of a 23-story high-rise that dates back to the year 1930. The building has an elevator and a 24-hour doorman to provide security. During your stay, you will have access to wifi internet access.
The elevator opens into the main entrance of this air-conditioned apartment, which has hardwood floors and exposure to the south, east, and west. The open living and dining area has floor-to-ceiling wall-to-wall windows, making it a bright space. It is furnished with a dining table with four cobalt blue chairs, a sofa and two armchairs facing a coffee table, and two large area rugs. There is a 50-ft² balcony off of the living room that also provides spectacular views of the city. The separate kitchen, also featuring a decorative rug, has white cabinetry and counters that provide plenty of space for grocery / tableware storage and meal preparation. It is equipped with all of the main utensils and appliances, including a practical dishwasher. The hallway has several closets where you can store your belongings, and one of them conveniently contains a stackable washer and dryer. One bedroom is furnished with a queen-size bed and nightstands, while the other has been converted into a den / home office and is fitted with a sofa, desk, drawer chest and flat-screen TV. The latter can be used as a bedroom to accommodate an additional guest, if the tenants wish to purchase a bed themselves. There are two bathrooms, both accessible from the hall, each with a toilet, tub-shower, vanity sink with cupboard underneath, and mirrored medicine cabinet.
This Midtown East, two bedroom rental is situated on East 49th Street & 2nd Avenue, an area with several grocery stores, delis, and bars. There are also plentiful and diverse dining options-try Aburiye Kinnosuke (5 blocks), BLT Steak (11 blocks), and Istana (6 blocks). Just three blocks southeast of the apartment are the United Nations Headquarters, next to the East River, where you can enjoy waterfront views toward Roosevelt Island and Long Island City in Queens. Popular attractions like Rockefeller Plaza, Radio City Music Hall, Grand Central Terminal, and the Museum of Modern Art are all within a 9-block radius. If you enjoy spending time outside, there are two well-known parks in the vicinity, Central Park and Bryant Park, which offer a peaceful retreat from the fast-paced vibe of the city streets. Take a stroll along Fifth Avenue (5 blocks west), arguably the most well known shopping street in the world with its luxury designer boutiques, upscale flagships, and high-end department stores. To explore the rest of NYC, head to the nearest subway station at 51 Street / Lexington Avenue, where you can take the 6 and M trains.