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This studio apartment is located in Midtown East, Manhattan at East 52nd Street & 2nd Avenue on the 3rd floor (European 2nd floor) of a 5 story walk-up brownstone. This is an older pre-war building in New York City, and the age is evident in some of the characteristics of the floors and windows, but it is well-maintained. This fully furnished NYC apartment has southern exposure with a view of the street below.
This apartment features a contemporary décor, hardwood floors, and two large windows for natural light and ventilation. The main room is furnished with a sofa, a TV with cable, and a full sized bed. Cook at home in your open concept eat-in kitchen with a fridge, oven, microwave and a coffee maker. The bathroom is equipped with a shower, bathtub, toilet and sink.
Please note that the heating system is radiator steam, which can cause loud clanking when in use during the winter. Please also note that some of the floors in this apartment have a minor slant.
Midtown East is a dynamic neighborhood that has lots of nightlife, shopping and restaurants. This New York apartment is also close to parks along the East River.
There is public subway transportation nearby the studio at 51 Street / Lexington Avenue (6 train, .2mi/400m) and Lexington Avenue / 53 Street (E, M trains; .2mi/280m).
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.
Review by: Giorgia G.,
Jan 28 2016
Apartment Rental: 3 months
The pipes need maintenance, because they make a noise, which is annoying, especially at night. Excellent location. The floor is slanted.
Answer by: Apartment Owner
Feb 01 2016
Hi Giorgia, thank you for your review, basically the steam system had water seating throughout the systems. We already drained the water out and it shouldn't make that any more noises.