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|information:Bedroom 2 (B): $145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning and household expenses|
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|information:Bedroom 1 (A): $145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning and household expenses|
Located on the corner of 9th Ave and West 40th Street, this two-bedroom apartment is right in the center of the neighborhood of Midtown West. Within close proximity you have the 42nd Street-Port Authority Bus Terminal Subway Station, Hudson Yards, and endless food options.
Midtown West is becoming the new “It” place of Manhattan. Home to countless of restaurants, bars, and Hudson Yards, Midtown West is getting a new look. This two-bedroom apartment is located on the second floor (first floor in European) of a four-story building that was built in 1930. Walking into the main space, you are greeted with an open floor concept with the living room and kitchen as one room. In the living room portion of the room, you have a sofa, an A/C unit, and TV with cable. In the kitchen, you have a refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, toaster, dishwasher, and a four-burner stove with an oven. In both bedrooms you have a full-size bed, sheets, an A/C unit, and a window. In the bathroom, you have your own washer and dryer unit, a tub-shower, water closet, a grand sink and mirror, and two grand windows. This apartment is also covered in hardwood floors.
Manhattan’s 9th Ave is filled with restaurants that even range from any cuisine you wish to taste. If you find yourself trying out a new place every day, or even going to the same one daily because you like it, you will begin to pick up on New York habits. Just a 12-minute walk from your apartment you will find yourself at Hudson Yards. Hudson Yards is one of New York City’s newest developments filled with attractions, shops, and the highest outdoor sky deck in the western hemisphere. Visit the Shops at Hudson Yards, The Vessel, The Edge, and from there hop on The High Line, a 1.45 mile (2.33 km) long elevated park that begin from Hudson Yards and ends in Chelsea’s Meatpacking District. You can also find yourself walking, biking, or running along the Hudson River any time of day. Be on the lookout for any events that may be taking place at the Javits Center, such as the car show and comic con. To discover more of New York City, the nearest subway station is 42nd Street Port Authority, which offers you lines A, C and E and is just three blocks away from your two-bedroom apartment.