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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.
Situated in New York’s residential Upper East Side neighborhood, this room for rent is in a mid-rise, pre-war elevator building with plenty of amenities. You will enjoy having a 24-hr doorman and facilities that include a spacious rehearsal room, laundry room, 25-yard swimming pool, gym, spa and a library with computers that are connected to the internet. Additionally, you can take dance, theatre, and pottery classes, or participate in massage-therapy sessions. Complimentary wifi is available throughout the building and there are also pay phones and vending machines for your convenience. Meeting new people and making friends is easy, as there are several common areas shared among the roommates, such as lounge spaces with fully-equipped kitchens, dining tables, and couches, where you can sit down to watch cable programming on the flat-screen TV’s.
Floors are assigned based on gender and couples are encouraged to stay on the men’s floor. The air-conditioned room for rent is 9 x 11 square feet and fully furnished with either a single or a double bed. There is also a desk with chair and lamp, wall-mounted shelves, a dresser with mirror, and a closet where you can store your personal belongings. The bedroom is cable-ready and has a window with views of the Manhattan skyline. Free maid and bed linen service is included. Each floor has a shared bathroom with a large mirror and several sinks, toilets, and shower booths.
The unit is ideally located on Lexington Avenue, between 91st Street and 92nd Street, within close proximity of many venues worth visiting. Just 3 blocks west is Central Park, where you can go relax, enjoy a bike-ride, or have a nice meal at The Loeb Boathouse beside the lake. Museum Mile, right next to the park, has the densest cultural display in the Big Apple with the Jewish Museum, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the National Academy Museum, and the Museum of the city of New York, among several others. Keep walking south on the famous Fifth Avenue to reach the section that is packed with high-end fashion boutiques that have made it one of the most expensive shopping streets in the world. The East River runs along the border of Upper East Side and offers nice views of the water and of the Astoria neighborhood in Queens. There are several high schools in the vicinity, as well universities like Hunter College, a school within the City University of New York. Good dining spots in the neighborhood include GO Burger (1 mile), Kitchen M (7 blocks), Naruto (3 blocks), and Tony “The Dragon” Dragonas (1.5 miles). To commute to other areas of NYC, use the mass transport system, which is both affordable and convenient. There two closest subway stations are 96 Street / Lexington Avenue (5 blocks north), where you can take the 6 train, and 86 Street / Lexington Avenue (5 blocks south), on lines 4, 5, and 6.