|$8,195||2 Bed||2 Bath||No Fee|
This apartment in a beautiful building features a huge living room, separate dining room, separate galley kitchen with dual entrance, in-unit washer/dryer, custom cabinetry, a king-sized main bedroom with a walk-in closet and an in-unit washer dryer.
This beautiful building has a landscaped entry framed by limestone piers and wrought-iron fencing, an elegant 2-story lobby with attentive 24-hour doorman service and fresh floral arrangements, beautifully decorated corridors with designer alabaster lighting fixtures and wall sconces, crown moldings and decorative wood-framed apartment doors.
Building amenities include landscaped rooftop sun decks, recreation lounge with a landscaped terrace and fully equipped kitchen facilities (available for private parties by reservation), custom-designed children's playroom, bicycle and luggage storage, fitness club and pool (membership included), private 7,000 square foot swim and fitness club with 55-foot lap pool and separate men's and women's saunas, showers and changing rooms. There is an on-premises garage attended at all times, an attended, monitored service entrance, a package room with in-house delivery escort, an on-site windowed laundry facility with air-conditioning and closed-circuit TV security and an on-site management office. Valet and maid services are also available.
The Upper East Side has a reputation of wealth and fancy. Once the home to the wealthiest New Yorkers (like the Kennedys, the Roosevelts and the Rockefellers), the UES is ornate and beautiful. The Upper East Side is still today one of the most expensive neighborhoods in New York City, but in the last few years it has begun to see younger arrivals (people in their 20s and 30s) who are finding better deals up north, away from the Lower East Side and even hip Williamsburg. There are mansions, high-rises, walk ups, pre-war doorman buildings, and sparkling-new luxury ones. The further east you go, the cheaper the apartments get. Now that the 2nd Avenue train is finished, it's become less of a hike for renters who live in the area, as previously the only train servicing the UES was the 4,5,6 on Lexington Avenue. The Upper East Side contains some smaller neighborhoods (Yorkville, Lenox Hill, Carnegie Hall) and spans from the bottom of central park (59th Street) to 96th Street and is…
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