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Live right in the center of all that NYC has to offer at this furnished studio apartment located on the 2nd floor (1st floor European) of a pet-friendly, high-rise elevator building with concierge near East 52nd Street & 1st Avenue in the Manhattan neighborhood of Midtown East. The building offers convenient laundry facilities within.
This furnished studio apartment is stylishly decorated and features light wood parquet flooring and air conditioning. The living space is designed in white and gray with accents of color that make it pop. You’ll find a queen size bed to relax in and a white dresser to store away your belongings. The sofa sits under an aerial picture of NYC and opens to a double sofa bed making it convenient to accommodate an overnight guest. A mod dining table for two with funky clear chairs sits by the window for dining at home with a view. Sit back and enjoy your favorite show on the wall-mounted flat screen cable TV. The kitchen is decorated with white and frosted glass cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. It comes fully equipped for cooking at home including stove/oven, coffee maker, refrigerator and dishwasher for quick clean-up. The bathroom is also decorated in all white with both tub and shower options, sink with storage space beneath, mirror and toilet.
Midtown East is a residential area offering shopping and dining while also being a quick commute to midtown offices. Whether you’re a tourist or a local, nearby Grand Central Terminal offers shopping, dining and buzzing after-work bars, plus the chance to hop a Metro-North train and escape NYC for a bit. Nearby you’ll find exotic eateries like Sipsak (.2mi/.32km away) where you can try delicious Turkish cuisine in a casual bistro setting or head to Bukhara Grill, a triplex eatery serving upscale North Indian cuisine. While strolling around you can marvel at the architecture of the awe-inspiring Chrysler Building and then head for a drink at neighborhood Gaelic pub The Irish Exit (2nd Avenue between 51st & 52nd Streets).
Convenient subway access can be found at Lexington Avenue / 53 Street: (E subway line).