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|information:+ App Fee- Utility Package $250/month (Electric included up to $50); $150 one time cleaning fee.|
This one bedroom, furnished apartment is located in Murray Hill, a trendy neighborhood in Manhattan’s Midtown East area in New York City. The building it is located within is a 35-floor luxury high rise, right next to the East River, on East 34th Street and 1st Avenue. The building is loaded with amenities, including a concierge to help you organize trips, shows, or anything else you might need help with, a gym, a parking space (should you wish to bring a car into Manhattan), a kid's playground and a garden as well. The building also has laundry services available.
This one bedroom apartment is furnished in modern style with a sofa, air conditioning, dining table, television with cable, and linen/towels provided. The kitchen is open to the living area and has sleek appliances including a fridge/freezer, microwave, oven, and even a coffee maker. The sofa also folds out into a double-sized sofa bed to accommodate extra guests, if necessary. The bedroom has a queen-sized bed, and the bathroom is lined with marble and has a shower for your convenience.
You’ll be right here on the East River, away from most of the bustle of central Manhattan…but that will all be easily accessed from this one bedroom New York apartment! While you have your own kitchen to prepare meals, there are several grocery stores nearby, including three that are all about 0.3 miles to the southwest (about 0.5 km) so you can stock up if necessary. Otherwise, finding a taste of New York while eating out is easy – within two blocks (about 0.2 miles, or 0.3 km) there are all kinds of fare to partake of, including Mexican, Chinese, Greek, American grill, Thai, Italian, local delis, and plenty of others. Next to the grocery store mentioned above is a movie theater should you wish to catch the latest flicks, the NYU College of Medicine is right next door on the block to the south, and there’s a close-by subway stop at 33 St and Park Avenue (0.6 miles to the west, about 1 km) so you can catch a ride anywhere you might need to go in New York City.