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This modern furnished one bedroom apartment near 97th Street and Columbus Avenue gives you a taste of luxury living in Manhattan's Upper West Side. Located in a high-rise elevator building with full time doorman, parking, and laundry facilities, all the necessities of urban living plus high end amenities like an indoor pool, gym, children's playroom and terrace lounge are right at your fingertips.
Floor to ceiling windows in the living room area provide impressive city views and natural light, while the open kitchen design is great for entertaining. Glass cabinet doors and stainless steel appliances give the kitchen a sleek, modern look, while features such as the dishwasher and kitchen island make entertaining a breeze. The bedroom has a full size bed while the queen sofa bed in the living room provides for extra sleeping arrangements for guests that just don't want to leave.
If the living room views of Manhattan alone don't impress your friends enough, they'll be floored by the indoor pool, and terrace lounge which also boast NYC views. And if you are looking for more entertainment, this luxury building also offers a gym and children's play room to keep everyone busy.
The Upper West Side of Manhattan has plenty of entertainment options to offer. The convenience of a Whole Foods market right near the apartment (470ft/140m away) makes picking up some groceries super convenient. For those times you prefer to eat out, an array of dining options to satisfy any taste can be found on the Upper West Side. You can savor the cuisine of Cuba at Calle Ocho (1.8 miles/ 2896 meters away), try out Australian fare at Burke & Wills (1.4 miles/2253 meters away) if you're the adventurous type, or stick to good old American burgers, fries and a shake at the famous Shake Shack (1.6 miles/2575 meters away). After dining, choose from an array of cultural options that abound in NYC by taking in a performance at Lincoln Center (just 4 stops away on the 1, 2 or 3 subway lines) or heading to the Museum of Natural History (just 2 stops away on the B and C lines) with the kids.
Head down 96th Street in either direction and you'll find multiple subway lines to take you where you want to go. B and C subway lines are available at 96th Street & Central Park West or 1,2, 3 subway lines at 96th Street & Broadway.
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