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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.
Please note that the walls in the apartment are sheetrock based and may not limit noise.
At the cross of 103rd Street and Central Park West, this studio is located in a 20th century Low-Rise building. The building is accommodated with multiple common areas for the relaxation and comfort of its residents as well as a front desk, opened from 10AM to 6PM.
In the living area of the studio, you will find a single bed with sheets that faces the mounted flat screen TV. A large window brightens the space with natural light, and the room is equipped with an open closet and a bedside table for your comfort. The small kitchen is furnished with all basics needed like a microwave, a coffee maker and a two electric hotplates. Just behind, you will have access to a modern bathroom with its bath and shower.
The Upper East Side, well known for its chic and luxurious buildings, is a great place to spend a peaceful stay. One block away (approx. 370ft/113m) from Central Park, you can take a stroll through the incredibly scenic walk paths that that line the park, and enjoy all the playgrounds and other amenities available. Near the Campus of Columbia University (1.0 mile away/1.6km), this neighborhood has plenty of restaurants and shopping. You can make a stop at Tum & Yum Thai restaurant on Columbus Avenue (approx. 0.2mile/320m) or have a drink at Bob’s Your Uncle (approx. 0.2 mile/320m). The American Museum of Natural History, 1.3miles away (approx. 2km), is one of the most popular attractions of the city. There is also the Beacon Theatre (approx. 1.9miles/3.05km), one of the historic theaters of Manhattan. There is the Bravo Supermarket (approx. 0.1mile/160m) and the Columbus Avenue Pharmacy (approx. 0.2 mile/320m) for your grocery and other needs. A laundramat can be located at the intersection of 105th Street and Columbus Avenue.
This is a sample representation of a model apartment. The actual layout and exposure may differ.
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: Justyna J.,
Aug 16 2018
Apartment Rental: 3 months
The best part of the apartment is the location. It is located 1 minute away form C and B subway lines and around 7 minutes from 1 line. Several grocery stores very close to the apartment, 2 Delies just downstairs, Whole Foods (6 minutes away), Trader Joe's (15 minutes away). Central Park is also 1 minute away. Many small restaurants in the area.
Answer by: Apartment Owner
Sep 06 2018
Thank you for your review, the mattresses we ordered are pillow top semi firm mattresses as a consensus they are very durable and most people don't like too soft of a mattress it can sink in quickly, the walls are pretty much sheetrock based but we try to let the neighbors know to keep the noise down to minimum which is why your heard more at night. There is no elevator as the building is only 5 floors and not required, also it keeps the cost down for the renters as if we were to have one it would increase the rent substantially and within a price range of $2000 - $2500, just check other sites for yourself for a private bathroom /kitchen utilities included studio apartment. The air-conditioning information is stated on the lease, they are installed end of may, we post a notice that they will be installed by the entrance door when we install and take them out. The fourth floor wifi network had some issues and we took care of it after getting a tech out.