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|Jan 01 2022||open||2||
|information:$250 for Utilities (Electricity + Cable + WiFi). $200 exit cleaning fee|
This furnished 1 bedroom apartment is located on the 29th floor (28th floor European) of a high-rise, elevator building. The building is located near 52nd Street and 1st Avenue in the Midtown East area of Manhattan toward the East River. Building amenities include full-time doorman, laundry room and parking for an additional fee.
The contemporarily styled 1 bedroom New York apartment has a southern exposure with views of the Manhattan skyline and the serene East River. Light colored wood floors and furnishings add brightness to the space. The cozy living room area has a tan leather sectional sofa as well as a coffee table and a wall mounted flat screen cable TV for entertainment. A dining table for four sits at the other end of the living room near the kitchen. The kitchen is designed with light cabinetry and white countertops in addition to stainless steel appliances. It is fully equipped with stove/oven, microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher. The bedroom has a king size bed to relax in, along with night tables with storage drawers and a flat screen TV for entertainment. There are closets for storage of clothes and other belongings. Enjoy views of the glimmering East River from your bedroom! The sleek bathroom is designed in gray and white tiles and white fixtures and provides bathtub and shower options along with a mirrored vanity and under sink storage area. Linens and towels are provided and air conditioning and WiFi are available throughout the apartment.
The building has a shared garden area where residents can relax in the fresh air. This residential area of Midtown East is close to the business and touristic center of the NYC so you have the best of both worlds. You can find natural and organic ingredients for any home cooked meal you’re planning to prepare at Whole Foods Market (.5mi/.80km away). For a bit of exercise with a view, head over the Queensboro Bridge (.5mi/.80km away) and take the pedestrian lane over the East River to Long Island City, Queens and enjoy the skyline views. Or marvel at the Gothic architecture of the majestic St. Patrick’s Cathedral on 5th Avenue between 50th & 51st Streets (.7mi/1.12km away).
The closest subway access can be found at Lexington Avenue / 53 Street: (E subway line).