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In a neighborhood with a touch of sophistication, Murray Hill in Manhattan, New York is where this two bedroom apartment is found. In a 20th century, mid-rise building travel up the elevator up to the 8th floor (7th floor in Europe). This building is on 39th Street and Tunnel Entrance Street with part time security. Take in the city streets to one side and the East River views on the other!
This vision of an apartment is complete with two bedrooms that are fully furnished and completely modern. Take in the hardwood floors, modern lighting, and views of the spectacular views from the Juliet balcony in this private apartment. The living room supplies a queen sized sofa bed for relaxation in front of the entertainment consul. Against the colored accent wall, a clear dining table offers a space to share meals. The kitchen supplies full stainless steel appliances with plenty of storage space in the upper and lower cabinets. The first bedroom gives a queen sized bed with sheets and contemporary art deco pieces. The second bedroom offers a similar style with two double sized beds and closet space. Lastly, the bathroom contains a shower and bathtub with a glass shower door, WC, and towels provided.
This Midtown East location in Murray Hill offers more than meets the eye. This sophisticated neighborhood exudes high energy to match the NYC atmosphere. Just minutes from the United Nations Headquarters (0.3mi/500m) this area is surrounded by diplomats from all over the world. With this much diversity, this area lends itself to many unique restaurants and bars. El Pote Español (470ft/140m) is a classic spot for authentic Spanish flavors. For a late-night round of drinks or to catch the game, McFadden’s Saloon (0.2mi/400m) is a lively bar that attracts a crowd. The Black Sheep (0.2mi/400m) is an Irish pub and eatery with happy-hour specials.
The transportation at this location is unbeatable! Arrive and look around the beautiful, Grand Central Station (0.6mi/900m), one of New York’s busiest hubs for transit. At Grand Central Terminal 42nd Street / Lexington Avenue is the underground stop for the 4, 5, 6, and 7. Also, ride the 6 train from the 33rd Street / Park Avenue South station (0.7mi/1.1km).
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