• $3,450gross
  • $3,185net

no fee

RENTED 03/15/2024
  • Studio
  • 1 bath
RENTED
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  • Available:03/13/2024
  • Days on market:165

Lovely Newly Renovated Studio Apartment Featuring a Modern Separate Kitchen with Upgraded Appliances, Spacious Corner Living/Dining Area, Ample Closet Space, and Northern Exposure with views of the Water, Gantry Plaza State Park, and the Iconic Pepsi Sign. $2,000 Security Deposit* available to well-qualified applicants 24-Hour Doorman Lobby Lounge Fitness Center Peloton Bikes Club Room Resident Lounge Billiards HomeWork: Co Working Space Children's Playroom Garden Landscaped Roof Deck Sundeck Pet-Friendly Live-in Super Valet Floor to Ceiling Windows Package Room Laundry Room Bicycle Storage Elevator WiFi Northern Exposure ATM in Building Northwest Exposure River Views Park Views

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Long Island City

Long Island City is more than just a destination for arts, culture and dining - it’s also a tight-knit community. Become a patron of the arts at MoMA PS1 and the Noguchi Museum, or indulge your inner foodie with the many delicious restaurants that line the waterfront and Vernon Boulevard. Go for a jog in Gantry Plaza State Park, or have a picnic beneath the PepsiCo sign. There’s so much to discover!