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With its prime location just off the east river, this fully furnished three bedroom apartment in Midtown sleeps up two six people, making it perfect for large groups looking to settle into New York City. Located on Mitchell Place and 1st Avenue, this furnished apartment is located in a typically art-deco building with a long history.
This apartment, with its separate kitchen and expansive living area features a modern design and includes a biweekly maid service. Featuring a kitchen full of stainless steel appliances, this apartment includes all that you’ll need to cook at home while the living room, featuring a desk, dining table, and large sofas provides all the space you’ll need to relax or work. Each of this apartment’s three bedrooms includes a queen sized bed and flat screen television, so the up to six people that can be accommodated by this apartment will be able to enjoy these features and more. The hardwood floors in this apartment are complemented by the matching headboards in the bedrooms and the other wooden furniture that ensures this modern style apartment maintains a comfortably homey feel.
Midtown East, one of the best shopping districts in New York City is home to innumerable shops, restaurants, and bars that make it hard to stay home. For a New York staple, be sure to head to The Smith (.2mi/350m) for after work drinks, or a reliably good dinner. If you have more of a sweet tooth, or are looking for a unique experience, the famous Serendipity 3 (.8mi/1.2km) has the best frozen hot chocolate you’ll find anywhere in New York. Overall, Midtown East is a central hub for professionals but this doesn’t mean that the residential side of the neighborhood doesn’t exist. In fact, this apartment, located just out of the center of Midtown, is one such example of the residential side that Midtown East offers.
This apartment offers access to the New York City subway system through the 51st Street and Lexington Avenue (.5mi/750m) 6 line as well as the Lexington Avenue and 53rd Street (.5mi/750m) E or M lines.