• $3,960

no fee

  • 1 bed
  • 1 bath


  • Available:04/13/2024
  • Days on market:555

One bedroom apartment with high ceilings, hardwood floors, good closet space, and open kitchen with a dishwasher Just steps to Central Park. Electricity is included in rent. Dishwasher Hardwood Floors High Ceilings No Fee Pet Friendly 24-hour Concierge Elevator Laundry Facilities Fitness Center This pre-war, land-marked rental building in the Upper West Side's Central Park West neighborhood is situated at 19 West 69th Street, between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue. The building contains 83 units and rises 14 stories. Amenities include: part-time doorman, elevator, fitness center and laundry room.

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Typical for luxury buildings in excellent condition

Bed Bug History

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Bed bugs were reported in 1 unit and eradicated in 1 unit on 12/27/23
This is for the entire building with 84 units
There were no reported reinfestations

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  • The entire application and lease signing process is done online
  • Income must be 40x rent, 80x with guarantors

Upper West Side

The Upper West side is nestled between Riverside and Central Park and considered one of the greenest parts of Manhattan. The neighborhood is known for popular attractions like the Natural History Museum and the Hayden Planetarium, but relaxed bistros and a lively bar scene also define this cozy uptown neighborhood. Like its east-side counterpart, the UWS is an affluent, mostly residential area known as one of Manhattan's cultural and intellectual hubs.