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The interior photos are from a model apartment in the building. The model apartment is representative of both the quality and style of apartments offered at this location. Description, floor plan and photos are for reference purposes only. Actual apartment's dimensions, layouts and furniture may vary.
This studio is located in a high-rise building on East 39th Street, a convenient location in Murray Hill, an area in Midtown Manhattan. This elevator building offers full time concierge services and a 24 hour doorman, as well as other extra amenities (sometimes available for a fee) such as a shared sun deck, business center, fitness center, bicycle room, clubroom and parking garage. You even have entertainment and party facilities to make your stay even more comfortable.
Entering the air-conditioned studio you will find yourself in the living area furnished with a sofa and double bed. This apartment features floor-to-ceiling windows to allow in plenty of natural light and some of the units even have a balcony or patio! There is a dining table where you can enjoy your home-cooked meals made in the separate kitchen, replete with granite countertops and equipped with a dishwasher and the basic appliances. The marble bathroom has a bathtub/shower. Each apartment has the additional convenience of a washer and dryer unit.
Murray Hill is a central location in Midtown East Manhattan. The apartment is less than 5 blocks away from major New York attractions like Grand Central Station, a convenient transportation hub, the iconic New York Public Library and the enclosed Bryant Park, home to Fashion Week. If you walk eastward you will reach the East River within 2 blocks, with its pleasant promenade, and the United Nations Headquarters. 2nd Avenue (around the corner) is full of nice restaurants and cafés where you can enjoy different cuisines from all over the world. For instance you have Abitino Pizzeria and Restaurant located around the corner, perfect for a casual meal.
The closest subway is located in Grand Central Station. This station runs the 7 and S line to Times Square and Queens, and the 4,5,6 lines to Uptown and Downtown Manhattan, making commuting around NYC a little easier.