• $2,650

no fee

  • Studio
  • 1 bath
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  • Available:04/13/2024
  • Days on market:1001
  • Last price change:$650 (25%) 11 days ago

Brand new stainless steel kitchen appliances Dishwasher Hardwood floor throughout Laundry in building Marble counter top Microwave Newly renovated kitchen Overhead lighting Oversized window Spacious living area Video intercom White doors White tiled bathroom On East 83rd Street between Second and Third Avenues, you’ll find this attractive pre-war brownstone featuring detailed interior moldings. Built in 1920, the property boasts five inviting floors and on-site laundry. Keep your fridge stocked with Whole Foods and Fairway nearby, and get where you need to go via the 4, 5, 6, and Q trains—each of which is only three or four blocks away. There are also several CITI Bike stations nearby.

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Maintenance Rating

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Next Steps

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    Pick up keys at the leasing office (177 E 87, Suite 501) and tour this and any similar apartments

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    to apply


Closing Tips

  • and follow instructions on the first page.
  • Submit the application, required documents, $20 application fee and $500 deposit to leasing@lclemle.com, or in-person to their office (177 E 87, Suite 501)
  • The $500 deposit is applied to first month's rent upon approval, returned if the application is denied, but lost if the application is approved and you do not sign a lease
  • Income must be 40x rent, 70x with guarantors
  • Once approved, go to their office for lease signing with a cashier's check, certified check, or money order for first month's rent and security deposit, less the $500 deposit

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