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|information:Cable and WiFi: $125/month; Gas and Electric CAP: $100/month; Move-out cleaning: $200|
Live in the center of Manhattan, the most exciting city in the world! This furnished 1 bedroom apartment located on the 7th floor (6th floor European) of this high-rise elevator building lets you live in the epicenter of Midtown while also combining the peacefulness of being close to the East River. This building near East 52nd Street & 1st Avenue offers the amenities of a doorman and convenient laundry facilities.
This furnished 1 bedroom apartment has parquet wood flooring and air conditioning throughout. As you enter the apartment you step down to a sunken living room area bordered by an artistic iron railing giving the space character. Here you can relax on the sofa and watch the flat screen cable TV. The sofa opens to a double sofa bed for a guest. Corner wrap-around windows add sunlight. In this space you’ll also find a dining table where you can sit down to a meal. Step up to the kitchen, just behind the living room area, designed with white and frosted glass cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances including a convenient dishwasher. In the bedroom you can sink into the king size bed after a long day. Another wall-mounted flat screen TV is in this room and closets and a night table are available for storage of your belongings. The bathroom is designed in all white and offers a tub/shower.
The Turtle Bay section of Midtown East has the best of both worlds, a central location with easy transit access to the rest of the city as well as proximity to the East River, allowing you to feel a sense of space and openness instead of “boxed in” by skyscrapers. The Art-Deco Chrysler Building’s spire is an iconic sight rising over this area. You’ll find shopping and dining along the avenues while the side streets provide a residential feel. Trendy American bistro The Smith is just a block away on 2nd Avenue where you’ll also find Crave Fish Bar for seafood and Sofia Wine Bar for an endless wine list. From nearby Grand Central Terminal 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).