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East 47th Street

Turtle Bay, Midtown East, Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan, 10017
$8,625
Posted 12 hours ago, Immediate Move-In
bedrooms
5 Bed
bathrooms
2 Bath
square feet
1,400 Sqft
Listing by Issy Leiter, Serhant.
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DESCRIPTION
Beautiful three bedroom with a home office, three full bathrooms, newly renovated with an in-unit WASHER/DRYER, an open island kitchen, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, LOTS of closet space, and great natural light!
THE BUILDING is a 24-hour doorman building with expansive apartment layouts, abundant closet space, stunning kitchens with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, a fitness center, laundry room (also in select units!), extra storage spaces available to rent, and an on-site parking garage. Bring your furry friends as they are more than welcome!
AMENITIES
Floorplans Available
Laundry In Unit
Dishwasher
Doorman
Elevator
Fitness Center
Laundry In Building
Common Outdoor Space
Storage Facility
Cats Allowed
Dogs Allowed
Reduced Fee
MAP
MIDTOWN EAST

Stretching from 40th street to 59th and hugged by the East River and Fifth Avenue, Midtown East is a bustling business district by day but quiet refuge by night. With some of Manhattan's most famous architecture, Midtown East is an elegant mixture of old and new, celebrating the luxury of the city while preserving its history.

Fun Facts and History of Midtown East

Midtown East, like the rest of Manhattan, was historically farmland during the early days. Affluent families were drawn to the region because of its peaceful surroundings and convenient access to the East River, which made the area ideal for agriculture.

During the 1800's and early 1900's, Midtown East became a hotspot for industry, welcoming factories, breweries, and slaughterhouses. With industry came workers, mostly Irish and German immigrants who contributed to the area with projects such as the construction of Saint Patrick's Cathedral in 1879.

By the time Grand Central Terminal was built in 1913, the neighborhood…

Midtown East Apartments, 10017 Apartments

PRICE COMPARISON
This apartment's rent is 2.74% more expensive than the median rent of $8,395 for a 4-bedroom apartment in Midtown East, New York, NY.
The median is solely based on the area and the number of bedrooms. Listing-specific characteristics such as the number of bathrooms and the amenities will also impact the price.
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RENTHOP DESCRIPTION
The apartment is a unit offered at a monthly price of $8,625. This is a luxury doorman / elevator building. The building also boasts a fitness center to help residents stay in great shape. Both cats and dogs are allowed, but as always, double check with the manager about any specific pet concerns you may have. The kitchen conveniently includes a dishwasher.

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