at East 75th Street at 2nd Ave
at East 75th Street at 2nd Ave
Upper East Side, Upper Manhattan, Manhattan
Welcome home to this highly desired floor plan that is available immediately in this prime Upper East Side building and location. King sized on bedroom , with spacious living and separate dining area on a high floor with Western views and plenty of sunsets. Closets galore!
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There are no broker's fees or fees for the entire application process. Complimentary storage for luggage and bicycles too!
Elegance: Circular drive with fountains, spacious 2-story lobby, landscaped, lighted gardens and rooftop sun deck
Service: Attentive 24-hour doorman service plus additional doorman during select periods, with valet and maid service available
Safety and Security: 24-hour uniformed doorman, attended service entrance with package room and delivery escorts
On Site Management Office
Health and Recreation: Modern, fully equipped fitness center and custom-designed children's playroom
Nearby Public Transportation
0.14 mi at 72nd St (72nd Street and 2nd Ave)
0.28 mi at 77th St (77th St and Lexington Ave)
0.63 mi at 86th St (86th St and Lexington Ave)
0.64 mi at Lexington Av (63rd St and Lexington Ave)
0.81 mi at 59th St (East 60th Street and Lexington Avenue)
The Property / Area (Upper East Side)
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…
Upper East Side Apartments
Maison Kayser and Candle 79 are some of the restaurants in the area. You can find Uva nearby. A number of shops (including Ralph Lauren Men's Flagship) can be found around here.
The apartment is a unit offered at a monthly price of $4,595. 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. This is a No Fee apartment, meaning the manager or agent should not ask you for a broker fee (there may still be deposits and other move-in fees paid to the landlord).
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