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|information:2.5 month min - Price subject to change; $300 for Electric, Cable & Internet; $250 exit cleaning fee|
Welcome to the Upper West Side, Manhattan! You will find a charming two bedroom apartment at the cross of West 97th Street and Columbus Avenue, in a 2008 High-Rise building equipped with an elevator.
Upon entering the apartment you will arrive in the bright living room that offers a sofa, a television and hardwood floors. The open kitchen is fully equipped with a dishwasher, an oven, and a microwave. There is an island to help you cook and a breakfast bar where you will have breakfast or dinner. Bedroom 1 has a double sized and a television. Bedroom 2 has a double sized bed. Both bedrooms have a beautiful view on Manhattan. Bathroom 1 has a bathtub, a sink and a toilet. Bathroom 2 has a shower, a toilet and a sink. You will find a washer and dryer for your convenience. The building offers many amenities for your leisure such as a gym, a swimming pool and many others.
You will be able to take a walk in Central Park and Riverside Park, visit a few museums such as the American Museum of Natural History or the Lincoln Center and the Juillard School of performing arts. For your grocery needs, there is conveniently a Whole Foods located downstairs. If you want to go out, enjoy the world’s top-rated French Restaurant Jean-Georges which has three Michelin stars, or the Mexican restaurant Rosa Mexicano. Have an innovative drink in a great atmosphere at the Barcelona Bar or a turkey burger and sweet potato fries in the rustic-chic pub Alfie’s. All of these places are located within 0.4 miles (approx 640m) away from the apartment.
Hop on the train at 103 Street / Central Park West Subway Station (0.3mi/480m), servicing the B and C lines for easy commute to anywhere in the city.
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.