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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 unique one bedroom duplex at East 89th Street and Third Avenue in Manhattan's fashionable Upper East Side neighborhood has pleasant amenities to help make your upcoming visit to New York City a success. The building features an elevator, as well as onsite laundry facilities, eliminating unnecessary trips to the Laundromat.
This duplex apartment has a nice layout that divides the space and enhances privacy. The furnishings provide a place for respite while living in bustling Manhattan, with a sofa in the living room and a double bed in the bedroom. The kitchen is equipped with more than just the essential oven and refrigerator, it also has a toaster and coffee maker, allowing you to make your breakfast at home, as well as other meals.
Perhaps the highlight of this one bedroom apartment is its location. The Upper East Side considered an ideal neighborhood by many, and the apartment is just a short walk from an impressive variety of shops and restaurants, including a Gristedes Supermarket on nearby Lexington Avenue. You'll be able to easily access some of New York's famous visitor sites, such as the city's most popular clusters of museums on Fifth Avenue, just three streets to the west. Here you can also visit Central Park, probably NYC's most iconic destination, where you can enjoy ice skating in the winter, swimming in the summer, and the city's acclaimed zoo throughout the year, in addition to many other recreational activities.
This duplex is also conveniently situated near public transportation. Both local and express service is available at the subway station at 86th Street and Lexington Avenue, less than 1/4 of a mile (about 3650 meters) to the south of your apartment. Here you can take the 4, 5, and 6 trains to destinations along the east side of Manhattan, with continuing service to Brooklyn and the Bronx.