• $2,695

no fee

RENTED 01/26/2023
  • Studio
  • 1 bath
RENTED
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  • Available:01/25/2023
  • Days on market:37

Nice sized studio, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and custom cabinetry. Manhattan East is an elevator building with fitness center, laundry, and on-site Resident Manager on a beautiful tree lined, double wide street on the Upper East Side. Dishwasher Granite Countertops Hardwood floors Microwave Stainless Steel Appliances Elevator Fitness Center Laundry in Building Resident Manager

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Maintenance Rating

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Typical for luxury buildings in excellent condition


Bed Bug History

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  • Income must be 45x rent, 75x with guarantors

Upper East Side

Starting at 5th Avenue just off Central Park, the Upper East Side is home to world renowned museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim. The Upper East Side is known for its upscale vibe, with many high-end boutiques and haute cuisine dining establishments along Madison Avenue. Further east, there are a wide array of diverse dining and shopping options along Third and Lexington Avenues. Central Park, to the west of 5th Avenue, and Carl Shulz Park, along East End Avenue, offer Upper East Siders two verdant oases on both sides of the neighborhood.