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|information:$200 for utilities, biweekly, cleaning and household expenses and supplies|
Located on West 83rd Street and Columbus Ave in the Upper West Side, the newest “it” place of Manhattan, this one-bedroom apartment is just a block from Central Park, and two blocks away from the Museum of Natural History.
Forget Midtown, forget Downtown, the Upper West Side is taking over. As opposed to the Upper East Side of Manhattan, where tradition is kept sacred, the Upper West Side is fresh and modern where tradition changes every year. This one-bedroom 432 sqft (40 sqm) apartment is ideal for the modern individual who is thirsty for exploration. When walking into this apartment you are greeted by the living room, with a sleek contemporary style of furniture. The living room comes with a sofa, A/C, TV, and a dining table that seats two easily. Down the hallways, the first door to your left you have the kitchen. In the kitchen you have a refrigerator, an oven with a four-burner stove, cabinetry for space, and a window overlooking the outside while cooking. The second door to your left is the bathroom. The bathroom comes with a tub-shower, water closet, sink with space underneath for toiletries, towels, and a window. The last room, at the end of the hallway is the bedroom. You have a full-size bed, in a continuation of the sleek contemporary apartment look, alongside with sheets, A/C, and windows for that daily light. The bedroom also includes desk for any work from home that needs to be done. In addition, this apartment is covered in hardwood floors.
Located in the center of the Upper West Side, this one-bedroom apartment has everything you need right at your fingertips. The Upper West Side is still a hidden neighborhood for the rest of Manhattan, since it is mainly family residential, but it is filled with amazing new restaurants, high end retail and boutique stores, museums, the opera, and right next to Central Park. On the weekend Columbus Ave gets filled with millennials walking their dogs, grabbing breakfast from their local deli or from Zucker’s Bagels on Columbus and 73rd Street, shopping for new cloths, or even taking a stroll in Central Park, where you can meet their friends form the Upper East Side midway. Just two blocks away from your apartment you have the American Museum of Natural History, where you can find exhibitions of science to even dinosaurs fossils from 100 million years ago. Just a 25-minute walk (1.1 miles / 1.7 km) from your apartment, you find yourself in Lincoln Center. Home to the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, and the New York City Ballet, don’t miss the chance to stop here enjoy a show. Further down from Lincoln Center you come across Columbus Circle. Columbus Circle is the point where distance is measured from Manhattan to other cities around the world. Since you’re there, don’t miss the opportunity to go the Shops at Columbus Circle. Ideally though, your apartment is located just one block away from Central Park. On your walk to Central Park, admire all the townhouses that are so beautifully aligned and symmetrical on each street, but most importantly admire nature at your walk in Central Park.
If you want to explore more of Manhattan just a 7-minute walk from your apartment you have the 81st Street Subway Station, giving you access to lines A, B, C, and D. And just a 10-minute walk from your apartment you have the 79th Street Subway Station, with lines 1 and 2.