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|Jun 10 2023||open||2||
|information:1-2 months Price subject to change $350 Electric,Cable,Internet $250cleaningfee $85 move-infee|
|information:3 months Price subject to change $350 Electric,Cable,Internet $250cleaningfee $85 move-infee|
|information:4 months Price subject to change $350 Electric,Cable,Internet $250cleaningfee $85 move-infee|
Welcome to the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan, New York. Here you can find this furnished studio apartment featuring a semi-open floor plan. The apartment layout joins a distinct kitchen with a studio space that is filled with natural light. The studio apartment sits on the second floor of a no-elevator building (equivalent to the 1st floor in Europe) on East 75th street and 1st avenue.
The studio space features two large windows with a straight-lined decorative trim. They allow natural light into the space. The eye-catching style of the interior is highlighted by an original design on the amber-colored hardwood flooring. The space is equipped with contemporary furniture, a double bed, air conditioning, a television, and closet space. In the kitchen, you will find a fridge, freezer, microwave, coffeemaker, and an eating area complete with a dining table. The bathroom, decorated with light-colored subway tile, comes with a bathtub and shower.
This apartment is surrounded by restaurants serving a variety of international cuisine. These restaurants can be found within a 4-block radius of the apartment. John Jay Park, located 0.3 miles (around 500 meters) from the apartment, is the place to go if you want to stay active. This community park includes an outdoor swimming pool, basketball and handball courts, fitness equipment, playgrounds, and picnic tables. The largest park in Manhattan, Central Park, is located 0.6 miles (around 1 km) away. It is a straight path down East 75th street to get there from the apartment, and the route will take you past Frick Madison, an art museum where you can view pieces from the Renaissance up to the early twentieth century.
For public transportation, the nearest subway station is 3 blocks away at 72nd street and 2nd avenue. Here, you may take the Q train line into other parts of New York City. Also located around 3 blocks away is a station at 77th street and Lexington avenue where you can take the 6 line to both the Bronx and downtown Manhattan. Lastly, 0.7 miles away (around 1.1 km), you will find the Hunter College station, located at 68th street and Lexington avenue. Here, you can take the 6 line as well.