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|Mar 31 2023||open||6||
|information:3 month minimum - Current tenant may renew: Utilities Included. $200 Cleaning Fee|
This is a two bedroom apartment in East Harlem, NYC which is a lively neighborhood in the northeastern corner of Manhattan. The apartment is in a low-rise residential building on 104th Street and Second Avenue on a tree-lined block.
The two bedroom apartment has an open layout and traditional furniture, giving it a classic New York City aesthetic. The living room has furniture in coordinating neutral tones, including a brown sofa bed, and embellished with a painting of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge. There is a flat screen television and cable and WiFi is included. The kitchen is divided by a partition which doubles as extra counter space. The cabinets wrap around and the room is equipped with stainless steel appliances. The kitchen also includes a toaster, coffee maker, microwave, and basic cooking tools.
The two bedrooms are each furnished with a queen size bed. Bedroom 1 has two windows and a dresser for storage. Bedroom 2 has one window and an iron bed frame. Both bedrooms include bed linens and towels for your use. The one bathroom has a tub/shower combination modeled with large-paneled tiles and spotlight lighting around the vanity.
East Harlem, also known El Barrio and is formally known as Spanish Harlem is a neighborhood encompassing the portion north of the Upper East Side. This neighborhood is known for its contributions to Latin freestyle and salsa music. The neighborhood is close to Central Park, Midtown, and authentic Spanish cuisine making it a fantastic New York City neighborhood. Have some delicious spicy pork tacos at the colorful Café Ollin (0.3mi/550m). For a special night out, Mountain Bird is a French establishment with dishes such as black cod in a miso sauce and toffee pudding cake (0.4mi/600m).
The apartment is in a great location for transportation around New York on the 6 train from 103 Street / Lexington Avenue (0.3mi/500m) and the new Q train at 96th Street / 2nd Avenue (0.4mi/700m). The Metro North train is also close by at the Harlem- 125th Street Station which can bring you to the Bronx and upstate New York (1.4mi/2.2km).