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Turtle Bay is a neighborhood in the Midtown East section of Manhattan, New York. In this area, typical buildings are primarily residential with an almost suburban feel right in the Manhattan borough. A mix of luxury high rise architecture and charming brownstones make this a typical east side neighborhood. This furnished studio apartment is waiting for you to make it your home!
Gazing out the three large windows on the far wall is a treat in this studio apartment. The living space highlights the parquet floors, mirrored accent wall, and modern furnishings. The double sized bed is in place and the queen sized pull-out bed is also available with sheets provided. The sofa and dining table would be great for reading a novel or sipping morning coffee. Moving into the separate kitchen, you find your full sized appliances to bake cookies in the oven or heat up left overs in the microwave. Even a fridge/freezer and dishwasher for simple clean up. The bathroom has a beautiful combination of modern tile and is complete with a shower/bathtub combination and a WC.
Neighbors to the United Nations Headquarters, Grand Central Station, and the Chrysler Building in Midtown East, New York, there will always be something to see and do. A handful of grocery stores and drug stores along with excellent restaurants are in the surrounding area. Included is nearby Morton Williams Supermarkets (0.2mi/270m) for your staple groceries. Eat out at an old-school Italian Steakhouse known as Pietro’s Steakhouse (0.3mi/550m). Aretsky’s Patroon (0.1mi/190m) is upscale American Restaurant with a rooftop bar. Also, for a Mexican flare; Pampano (0.2mi/290m) offers a costal cuisine with a modern style. The Perfect Pint (.02mi/250m) is a 4-story pub containing a rooftop lounge.
Getting to work or meeting up with friends in NYC will be a breeze with great subway transportation at 42 Street / Lexington Avenue: Grand Central Station (0.5mi/800m) which has the 4, 5, 6 trains for uptown or downtown access. Also, the 7 and S trains for crosstown travel. At Lexington Avenue / 53rd Street (0.4mi/550m), you will have the E and M trains.