Gorgeous 2 Bedroom Available Oct 1! Only $1,000 Security Deposit and NO FEE!
The apartment features hardwood oak floors, LED track lighting, and solar shades. The kitchen includes GE Profile stainless steel appliances, white Italian glass cabinets, composite stone island with breakfast bar extension, and garbage disposal in the kitchen sink. A Bosch stackable washer dryer is also included within the residence for your convenience!
This property has become New York's most important new residential development by changing the cityscape forever! Two Trees Management Company and visionary architect, Enrique Norten, present a luxury rental complex spiraling 29 stories above the city with unobstructed views of the Hudson River. The good life is lived here through bold design and Midtown convenience.
With the extraordinary array of available amenities, they embrace a lifestyle: State-State of-the-art wellness center and health club with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, two outdoor decks with 3 BRAND NEW BBQ grills and picnic tables, great for entertaining! Green space for sunbathing, bocce courts, yoga, spinning, indoor basketball, boxing room, outdoor putting green, outdoor movie theater, and spa facilities. On-site indoor parking available.
This building is ideally situated on the Western edge of Midtown Manhattan, rising above the Hudson River and just across from newly renovated Clinton Park. This is where life, work and play intersect. All that defines New York is within easy reach: international markets, restaurants, mom-and-pop shops, Hudson River Park, and world-class entertainment. The heart of the city beats just beyond your door.
Between 34th and 59th street, Hell's Kitchen is the place to be if you're seeking a good time in Manhattan. A myriad of bars and restaurants line the streets of 8th, 9th, and 10th avenues while the streets are adorned with brownstones, apartment complexes and cute cafes. This once feared neighborhood has become a friendly place to kick back and have a drink with friends.
Hell's Kitchen started life as several plots of farmland in the early 1700's. The easy access to the river proved to be perfect for agricultural pursuits. However, as the city expanded north, more and more farms were purchased from their owners to make space for other things, like the construction of New York Hospital in 1911.
The population of the area exploded in the early 1900's. Even so, the city didn't pay too much attention to the area, which led to increased poverty and crime. During prohibition, Hell's Kitchen was the site of several major distilling and rumrunner…
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