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Live in the center of New York City’s energy at this 2-bedroom/1-bathroom apartment in Midtown East. The apartment is located on the 1st floor (same as the ground floor in Europe) of a walk-up building with laundry facilities near East 39th Street and Park Avenue in the Murray Hill section of Manhattan.
NOTE: This property is available as a full, private 2-bedroom apartment and when the whole apartment is not rented, it is available as a roommate share — where you rent just one of the bedrooms and share the common areas (kitchen, bathroom, living room) with another roommate.
When you rent this Midtown East 2-bedroom/1-bathroom apartment, you can step right into a fully furnished and equipped rental without all the hassle of moving and setting up a new apartment. The living room offers a spot to lounge on the sofa and watch the flat-screen cable TV. A dining table for two lets you sit down to a meal in the comfort of home. The kitchen is designed with white cabinetry and counter tops along with stainless-steel appliances, including a stove/oven, microwave, toaster, and refrigerator. Both bedrooms have wood floors and are painted with a neutral color accent wall and decorated with wall art adding a burst of color. They are each furnished with a full-size bed and a nightstand, along with a desk and chair for getting some work or studying done. A wardrobe in each room provides storage space for your belongings. The bathroom offers a glass-enclosed shower, sink, toilet, and vanity mirror. Convenient laundry facilities are located in the building. WiFi is available throughout the apartment.
The Midtown East location of this property gives you a central base in Manhattan. Surrounding the apartment you have restaurants, shops, and all the essentials. Just around the corner you can grab one of New York’s famous bagels at Zucker’s Bagels & Smoked Fish, or a burger, fries, and a milkshake at Shake Shack (600 3rd Ave). For happy hour drinks and pub food, head to Public House sports bar (140 E 40 Street). Grand Central Terminal offers shopping and dining as well as a gourmet marketplace and food hall plus Metro North trains for a quick getaway from the city. For a bit of nature, head east to Bryant Park where you can enjoy the outdoors and do some people watching or participate in one of the park’s scheduled activities.
Convenient subway access can be found at 33rd Street / Park Avenue South: (6 subway line) and 42nd Street / Lexington Avenue: Grand Central: (4/5/6/7/S lines).
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.