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|information:2.5 month min - Price subject to change; $300 for Electric, Cable & Internet; $250 exit cleaning fee|
Located on the corner of 63rd Street & 3rd Avenue, this one bedroom nestled in the area of Midtown East is in a building with a gym, laundry machines, and a terrace! This homey and contemporary apartment is equipped with everything you need for a comfortable living situation, and is easily accessible! This apartment is perfect for anyone that loves an authentic urban feel, being in close proximity to the heart of NYC life or Central Park, or anyone that works in the area.
This apartment is located on the eighth floor, or European seventh floor, of a high rise building built in 1962 with 14 floors. When you will walk in, you will immediately notice the separate kitchen! It includes beautiful dark wood cabinetry, a refrigerator, microwave, and an oven. From there the space flows into the main living room, and there is a dining table for four. You will then see the living room has a sofa, an AC unit, a TV with cable, and other various furnishings like a carpet, coffee table, etc. After viewing the living room you will walk towards the bedroom. The bedroom is fully furnished and has a king sized bed, with sheets, AC, and a TV with cable. There is also other decorative furnishings like two bedside tables and lamps. Finally you will see the bathroom, with a shower tub, towels, and a water closet.
This apartment is in the heart of Midtown, central to all that NY has to offer. Midtown East is one of the most iconic destinations in the world. Know for housing Manhattan’s greatest attractions, best food, drinks, entertainment, and famous sites like the Chrysler Building, Grand Central and more. Just steps from your apartment there is tons of great food options. These include Isle of Capri, Hillstone, Majorelle, Scalinatella, Lilli and Loo, or Flip! Want to grab a drink? Check out Bedford Falls, The Bar Room, Bloom’s Tavern, or Sutton Bar Room. If you’re into art, don’t miss out on visiting Society of Illustrators on 63rd, featuring on-site food, an exhibit, and live drawing! Need to escape the skyscrapers? Don’t sweat, your just a few blocks East from Central Park, and near the F train at Lexington Ave and 63rd street!