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|information:$275/month for Electric, cable & internet (TWC & Coned) - $200 exit cleaning fee|
Live in the center of vibrant Manhattan at this furnished 1 bedroom apartment situated on the 29th floor (28th floor European) of a pet-friendly, high-rise, elevator building located near 52nd Street and 1st Avenue in Midtown East. This building’s amenities include full-time doorman, laundry room and garden. Parking is available at an additional fee.
This 1 bedroom/ 1 bath New York apartment is furnished in a contemporary style and has parquet wood floors and air conditioning throughout the apartment. The living room area is styled with a beige sectional sofa and glass coffee table atop an area rug and colorful artwork decorating the wall. Here you can sit back, relax and enjoy the flat screen cable TV or admire the high-floor city and East River views from your window. A dining table for four sits outside the kitchen where you can enjoy a meal at home. The kitchen is designed with white cabinetry and stainless steel and black appliances. It is fully equipped with stove/oven, microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, toaster and dishwasher. The Bedroom offers a queen size bed to relax in, along with night tables and lamps, a full length mirror on the wall and a TV for entertainment. This room also has city views. The bathroom is designed in white with a combo tub/shower, vanity mirror, sink with storage cabinets beneath and a toilet. Linens and towels are provided. WiFi is available throughout the apartment.
This Sutton Place building has a shared garden area where residents can enjoy the open air. The Midtown East location is close to midtown offices and tourist attractions while also having the tranquility of being close to the East River. Shop for organic groceries at the local Whole Foods Market (.5mi/.80km away) or D’Agostino Supermarket just a block away on 1st Avenue. Get a bird’s eye view of Manhattan from the Roosevelt Island tram that links Manhattan and Roosevelt Island, where you can spend the day across the East River on this quiet island. Along First Avenue you’ll find plenty of dining options including Parnell’s for Irish pub fare, Ethos Gallery 51 serving Greek cuisine with an emphasis on seafood, and La Villetta for Italian food and wine.
The closest subway access can be found at Lexington Avenue / 53 Street: (E subway line).