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|information:Utilities $250/month; fee includes electric, gas, WiFi, Heat, a/c; Cleaning Fee $150 + App fee|
Live in one of New York City's most iconic neighborhoods in this two bedroom apartment on East 82nd Street and 2nd Avenue in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Hardwood flooring, a contemporary kitchen you will find everything you need to thrive in NYC. The kitchen has a large stainless steel refrigerator with plenty of space to store food. Dark wood cabinetry with stainless steel knobs work together to give a uniform look. The four stool dining bar in the space is perfect for grabbing a bite to eat before heading off to work in the mornings. Both fully furnished bedrooms in this apartment have full sized beds, a wall mounted television and a window. Bedroom number two has a sliding door closet to store your prized wardrobe pieces. The bathroom is lined with grey tiles on the floors and wall. A bathtub with showerhead is at your disposal. This two bedroom apartment is walking distance to the Lexington Avenue 6 train and 86th Street and 2nd Avenue Q train stations where you will also find plenty of options for eating, shopping and New York City living.
Have brunch at Café d’Alsace (0.3 miles/550 m) a contemporary French brasserie on Second Avenue and 88th street. Try the highly rated tatre flambee. Need caffeine boost? Head to Café Jax on East 84th Street (0.2 miles/ 300 m); this local coffeehouse offers a relaxed ambiance, hot and cold caffeinated drinks and baked goods. The Food Emporium (0.8 miles/1.3 km) and Wholefoods market (0.4 miles/600 m) on Third Avenue between 87th and 86th street are two prime locations for groceries while living at this location.
Shopping is accessible on Third Avenue with stores like Banana Republic (0.3 miles/550 m) for clothing, Best Buy (0.3 miles/550 m) for electronics, Barnes and Noble (0.4 miles/600 m) for books and L’Occitane en Provence (0.5 miles/800 m) for luscious self-care products.
New York Sports Club and Equinox are great places to stay in shape. Prefer the outdoors? Central park is close walk or run away (0.6 miles/1.0 km). The 5th avenue side the park, Known as Museum mile is lined with New York’s staple cultural institutions like the Guggenheim Museum (0.8 miles/1.3 km) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art (0.5 miles/750m) amongst many others. Integrate into Manhattan's Upper East Side with its culture, charisma and class.