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|information:6 months minimum stay;$125 move out cleaning fee|
Find excitement in the daily grind in this Manhattan neighborhood of Midtown East. Amid high rises, ambitious professionals, and a myriad of eateries, this Midtown East location is bustling with activity. This furnished studio apartment is located on 47th Street & 3rd Avenue on the 6th floor (5th for Europeans) of a mid-rise building. Amenities include a full time doorman, shared laundry facilities and elevator.
Within the 350 square feet (32.5 sqm), this studio apartment features hardwood flooring, panel of windows along the wall, and closet storage space. A queen size bed is situated across from the dresser with mirror and overlooking the street and the hustle and bustle of the city below. Additional storage is provided with a shelving unit and a closet. A sofa provides a place to relax while watching the TV mounted to the wall with cable access. Dine across from the open kitchen area at the dining table. There is a nook with the refrigerator, cabinet and counter space, as well as several smaller appliances including the microwave, toaster and coffee maker. Just around the corner is a full gas stove and sink. Across the hall is the bathroom, with wrap around blue tiling and a shower stall.
This part of Midtown East is known as Turtle Bay. It is well-known for being home to the United Nations Headquarters, just two blocks east (0.3mi/550m) from this apartment building. Also in the area is the iconic Grand Central Station (0.3mi/550m), which is a great transit hub for getting around New York City and access to the greater New York area as well. To access nearby conveniences, find your new favorite restaurant or for your shopping needs, just take a stroll down 3rd Avenue. Diverse dining options include: Tulsi (0.1mi/190m), an Indian restaurant that blends creativity and contemporary dishes in a fine dining setting, The Harp Raw Bar & Grill (0.1mi/180m) an Irish Tavern for a pint and grub, and Aburiya Kinnosuke (0.2mi/290m), a Japanese Restaurant with a traditional style dining and sake drinking.
For commuting or checking out other parts of Manhattan, just walk the 5 blocks to 42 Street / Lexington Avenue: Grand Central (0.3mi/550m), where you have access to the 4/5/6 trains that run in NYC all the way from Brooklyn to the Bronx. Also find the 7 train and the S train for crosstown service. Another option is at Lexington Avenue / 53 Street (0.3mi/550m) for the E or M trains.
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