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This two-bedroom, one-bathroom furnished apartment has a 450-square-foot (around 42 m2) footprint. It is on the third floor (equivalent to the second floor in Europe) of an elevator building in the Midtown East area of Manhattan, New York. You will find it between East 52nd Street and 2nd Avenue.
This apartment’s kitchen includes cabinet space, a refrigerator with a freezer, a small dining table, and other common kitchen appliances like a microwave and even a coffee maker. The first bedroom has a double-sized bed, a large window (almost reaching from the floor to the ceiling), and a work desk. The second bedroom mirrors the first. The bathroom has a modern style, with gray floor tiles and marble-like white wall tiles. The shower has a glass-panel door and a low step. There is also a black cabinet under the sink and a mirrored cabinet over it as well.
This is Midtown East, one of the most commercially dense zones in the world. Here, you will find plenty to buy, see, and eat (restaurants within a five-block radius of the apartment serve Mediterranean and American dishes). St. Patrick's Cathedral is only half a mile (around 800 meters) from the apartment. This is the largest Gothic Revival Catholic cathedral in North America. Looking up at masonry spires which tower beneath skyscrapers–this is an experience that would be difficult to replicate outside the Big Apple. You can also travel to the Empire State Building, located just 1.5 miles (around 2.5 km) from the apartment. It is a famous art deco skyscraper known for beautiful architecture and amazing views, whether you are looking at the building or from it. The Central Park Zoo is another option to have fun in the city (only 1.1 miles or around 2 km away from the apartment). With around 150 species and 1,500 creatures, the Central Park Zoo features animals from around the globe. There is even an aquarium integrated into the zoo. 1.2 miles from the apartment is Times Square, a commercial zone known for its bright lights, giant screens, and entertainment options.
Traveling the city is possible by use of subway stations, like the one at 51st street and Lexington Avenue (0.2 miles or around 300 meters from the apartment), where you can take the 6 or M trains. There is also the station near Lexington Avenue and 53rd Street, (0.3 miles or around 500 meters) where the E train stops.