Black granite countertop Dishwasher Hardwood floors Laundry in building Overhead lighting Stainless steel appliances White shaker style kitchen cabinets White tiled bathroom Built in 1920, this welcoming five-floor building is situated on East 25th Street between Second and Third Avenues. Its exposed brick foyer lends character to the building, and many of its ground-floor apartments feature generous outdoor space. Offering on-premises laundry and a short distance from major subway lines, the location offers serious convenience. Additionally, a CITI Bike station awaits on the corner of 24th Street and Lexington Avenue. Madison Square Park provides a serene respite nearby, while neighborhood mainstay Baruch College offers a multitude of opportunities.
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Tucked between East 23rd and 34th Streets, you’ll find a neighborhood of inviting juxtapositions–quiet and invigorating, cosmopolitan and friendly. Convenient, comfortable, and easy to navigate, Kips Bay is the perfect place for a modern Manhattan lifestyle. Bordered by Flatiron, Gramercy, the East Village, and Alphabet City, this central neighborhood puts the best of downtown at your fingertips. The East River and Madison Square Park offer peaceful respites for locals. It’s the perfect place to return to after a day of exploring the city.