• $3,300

no fee

RENTED 02/02/2023
  • Studio
  • 1 bath
RENTED
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  • Available:02/01/2023
  • Days on market:23
  • Last price change:$100 (3%) 22 days ago

Newly created studio. This apartment has its own private entrance and walking path off East 44th Street. The unit includes stainless steel appliances: dishwasher, oven and refrigerator. Also featuring a walk-in closet and A/C. Be the first to rent this Midtown gem! Available for immediate occupancy. Concierge Fitness Center Laundry Facilities Pet Friendly Storage No Fee The Beaux Arts is a landmarked, renovated hotel built in 1929, consisting of mirror-image buildings. The two buildings house an assortment of rare features such as duplexes with floor-to-ceiling windows, terraces, and original art deco accents. The buildings are conveniently located blocks away from Grand Central Station and the United Nations.

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Typical for luxury buildings in excellent condition


Bed Bug History

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  • The entire application and lease signing process is done online
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Midtown East

Located along the East River, Midtown East is home to the United Nations Headquarters, The Morgan Library & Museum, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral and Grand Central Terminal. It also serves as one of NYC’s major professional centers, encompassing many of the most iconic commercial buildings such as the Met Life and Chrysler Buildings. The parks along the East River are the perfect place to read a book or go for a jog. The many dining options and iconic Grand Central Market, which is routinely featured as a destination on the Food Network, make it easy to grab dinner on the way home.