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This is a model room. It reflects both the quality and the style of the rooms we offer at this location. The individual rooms are a variation of this one with some differences in layout and exposure.
This double room for rent is situated on the Upper East Side of New York, in a residential area on Lexington Avenue, between 91st Street and 92nd Street. It is in an 11-story pre-war elevator building with great facilities and a 24-hour doorman. There is a laundry room on each floor, spa, performance hall—where concerts have been held since 1925, and free wifi access throughout the premises. Keeping active is important, and staying at this residence makes that easy as there is a fully equipped and modern 50,000 + square foot gym and 25-yard swimming pool. Furthermore, you’ll get to meet lots of new people, as there are multiple common areas in the building. These include kitchens equipped with the basic appliances and utensils, and TV lounges with sofas and flat-screens with cable programming. There are bathrooms on each floor, which you will share with your roommates as well.
Each room for rent is on a floor that has been designated to either males or females, although couples reside on the men’s floors. The 10x17ft² room is air-conditioned and furnished with two single beds. Each person will have his or her own desk with chair and lamp, dresser, and closet that can be locked with a key. Conveniently, there are also wall-mounted mirrors, shelves, and corkboards. Windows allow the sunlight to brighten up the space and provide nice views of the New York cityscape. The communal bathrooms each have several sinks, as well as individual toilets and shower stalls.
To commute to other areas of the Manhattan and the outer boroughs of NYC, take the subway—it’s easily accessible as the building is between two stations. You can take the 4, 5, and 6 trains at 86 Street / Lexington Avenue (5 blocks south) or walk five blocks north to 96 Street / Lexington Avenue, which runs on the 6 line. The neighborhood is home to numerous preparatory schools and higher education institutions, like Hunter College (within the City University of New York network). The Upper East Side is full of cultural opportunities for you to take advantage of with Museum Mile just 3 blocks west. Here, you can visit the Jewish Museum, Museum of the City of New York, the Guggenheim Museum, and the National Design Museum, among several others. Walk down Fifth Avenue and admire all of the amazing fashion displays on the storefronts of high-end designer boutiques! For a relaxing day, head to Central Park (which borders 5th Av), where you can visit the zoo, have a picnic by the lake, or go for a bike ride. In terms of dining spots, there is a wide selection of places all around the neighborhood. If you’re looking for comfort food, head to Papaya King (6 blocks)—they have some of the best hot dogs in town! Just around the corner is Nonna’s Table, a nice Italian eatery, and two blocks away is Buddha Bbeeq, which specializes in Pan-Asian cuisine. For a light and refreshing dessert, try the frozen yogurt at 16 Handles (11 blocks).