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|information:Cable and WiFi: $125/month; Gas and Electric CAP: $100/month; Move-out cleaning: $200|
Enjoy the energy of Midtown and proximity to the East River in the Turtle Bay neighborhood of Midtown Manhattan. This furnished studio apartment is located on the 8th floor (7th floor European) of this high-rise elevator building with doorman near East 52nd Street & 1st Avenue in Midtown East. The building offers convenient laundry facilities within.
Make this furnished studio apartment your home and enjoy a sun-filled space with parquet wood flooring and air conditioning throughout. The living space has crisp white walls with decor in blue tones injecting a bit of color. Relax on the pale blue couch near the windows and watch the flat screen cable TV. Just off the living room area is the open kitchen, modernly designed with white and frosted glass cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances including a convenient dishwasher. Near the entry hallway is a small dining table for two where you can sit down to a home cooked meal. In the evening, relax in the queen size bed with bright blue night tables at its sides. The all white bathroom offers both tub and shower options so you can soak in a bath after a busy day in the city.
The Turtle Bay section of Midtown East is an interesting mix of shiny skyscrapers and historic townhouses where you will find the United Nations and many of its missions and consulates, giving the area a very international flavor. The Art-Deco Chrysler Building’s spire is an iconic sight rising over the area. You’ll find shopping and dining along the avenues here as well as the side streets which are also residential. Grand Central Terminal offers a market for gourmet shopping, famous restaurants and upscale bars. From this transportation hub you can catch the 4,5,6 subway lines or the S subway shuttle to the west side of Manhattan as well as cross town buses right beside it on 42nd Street. Hop a Metro-North train from Grand Central to the Hudson Valley, Connecticut and beyond for a weekend excursion.
Convenient subway access can be found at Lexington Avenue / 53 Street: (E subway line).