|start date||end date||sleeps||month||information|
|Apr 15 2023||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 3(C):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
|Jun 15 2023||open||2||
|information:Bedroom 5(E):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
Located on the corner of West 108th Street and Central Park West, this five-bedroom apartment is found in the Upper West Side, just a few steps away from Central Park. The Upper West Side is home to some great eateries, performance halls, and museums.
This 1090 sqft (101.2 sqm) apartment is found on the fourth floor (third floor in European) of a six story building. Walking into the apartment you are greeted with a long hallway which leads you into your open concept space of a living room and kitchen combined. In the living portion of the room, you have a sofa, two accent chairs, an A/C unit, a dining table that seats two comfortably, and a TV. In the kitchen you have a refrigerator, coffeemaker, toaster, dishwasher, and a four-burner stove with an oven. Regarding the bedrooms, you have the option to either chose from a full-size bed or queens size bed, and each bedroom comes fully furnished in a modern look with sheets, A/C unit, and window(s). All bedrooms also come with a desk for any work from home that needs to be completed as well. This apartment also comes with a washer in unit, and hardwood floors.
Just a few steps away from Central Park, the Upper West Side is a family-oriented neighborhood, with a modern twist as oppose to the Upper East Side. The Upper East Side is classic, but the Upper West Side is new, modern and fresh. Gaining more and more popularity over the years, it has become a central location for food, coffee, and shopping lovers. Some amazing new restaurants, and multiple coffee shops at each block, you have unlimited options to choose from. In your free time go and explore the American Museum of Natural History, and the Planetarium. If you are into the arts, you will find yourself at Lincoln Center, which is home to The Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Ballet, and the New York Philharmonic. If you are a Gossip Girl fan, a few blocks away from Lincoln Center you will find Hotel Empire, which was a major setting in the last few seasons of Gossip Girl. Just a block away from your apartment you have the Cathedral Parkway-110th Street Subway Station, offering lines A, B, C, and D.