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This furnished studio apartment is located on the 3rd floor (2nd floor European) of a mid-rise elevator building with full-time doorman near 44th Street and 2nd Avenue in Manhattan’s central Midtown East section. The building includes concierge and valet services, laundry facilities and an on-site fitness center.
This furnished studio apartment contains all you need to hit the ground running in NYC. Just unpack your bags and feel right at home in this turnkey studio featuring light wood parquet flooring and air conditioning. The living space is decorated with artwork and mirrors and includes a sofa that opens to a double sofa bed, making it convenient to accommodate an overnight guest. A dining table provides space to enjoy meals at home while a wall-mounted flat screen cable TV provides entertainment options. WiFi is available throughout the apartment. The kitchen is decorated with white cabinetry contrasting with dark countertops and stainless steel appliances. It comes fully equipped for cooking at home including stove/oven, coffee maker, toaster, refrigerator and dishwasher for quick clean-up. A queen size bed is located near a wall of small-paned windows with night tables and lamps on either side. The bathroom is decorated in black and white with both tub and shower options, pedestal sink, mirror and toilet.
Midtown East is a residential area offering shopping and dining while also being close to many offices for a quick commute. Take advantage of the on-site gym to get your workout in and mingle with other residents. For breakfast or brunch out in the area try The Smith (.3mi/.48km away) where you can decide between delectable options like Sicilian baked eggs and French toast with cinnamon bananas. For a quick bite on the go, Ess-a-Bagel (.4mi/.64km away) has a location nearby to grab a typical New York bagel just like the locals do. Whether you’re a tourist or a local, nearby Grand Central Terminal (.4mi/.64km away) offers something for everyone, whether you stop by for drinks with co-workers at one of the bars, do a little shopping, hop a train out of town or just stroll through and admire the architecture.
Convenient subway access can be found at 42 Street / Lexington Avenue: Grand Central (4,5,6,7 subway lines).