|start date||end date||sleeps||month||information|
|May 08 2021||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 1 (A): $145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning and household expenses|
|information:Bedroom 3 (C): $145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning and household expenses|
|information:Bedroom 2 (B): $145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning and household expenses|
Located right on West 48th Street between 9th and 10th Avenues, this three-bedroom apartment is located in the heart of Midtown West and has an exposed brick interior. You are located minutes away from the subway station, Times Square, and the Hudson River Walkway.
Walking into this 726 sqft (67.4 sqm) apartment found on the top floor, your eyes is instantly captured by the exposed brick interior of this apartment. Having an exposed brick interior in any apartment in New York City, is truly a gem and a rare find. This is a representation of classic New York living. Greeted by the main living space once you open the door, in the living room you have a sofa, an A/C unit, a TV, and a window. In the kitchen, you have a refrigerator, coffeemaker, toaster, dishwasher, a four-burner stove with an oven, and windows. All three bedroom follow the sleek modern design of the apartment and each have a different size bed. The bedrooms either come in a twin, full, or queen size bed, and all have sheets, towels, A/C and windows in each. In the bathroom, you have a tub-shower, water closet, sink and mirror, and a window. This apartment also is covered in hardwood floors.
Midtown West is commonly referred to as Hell’s Kitchen. In Hell’ Kitchen, 9th and 10th Ave are flooded with restaurants, so you can go do a different place every day and enjoy new flavors. Here, you are walking distance to some of Manhattan famous attractions, like Times Square, Radio City Music Hall, and Rockefeller Center. The most ideal thing to do is walk on the Hudson River Walkway. The walkway spans from north to south Manhattan, and you can either walk, run, or bike it, and during the early evening, enjoy the beautiful sunset reflect on the Hudson River. You can also walk north to Central Park and then stop by the Shops at Columbus Circle. To explore the rest of Manhattan, just two blocks away from your apartment you have the 50th Street Subway Station, giving you access to lines A, C, and E.