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East 29th Street presents a beautiful 1100 sqft 1 Bedroom in the heart of Gramercy. This sun blasted home has a massive balcony facing the south (15th floor) making it pin drop quiet, soaring ceilings, city views and refinished hardwood flooring throughout. This apartment is perfect for entertaining with a new stainless steel kitchen complete with a dishwasher and new fridge which is open to the massive living room. Bedroom is king sized with THREE custom closets with bathroom. This home is available to be moved in immediately upon approval which is quick and easy with the right paperwork. Showing daily until rented.Not what you're looking for? Send me your search criteria, I specialize in rentals in Midtown East, Murray Hill, Gramercy Park, Union Square, East Village and Lower East Side and would be happy to help!-Kyle Calderon(This agents fee is negotiable
This apartment is a 1 bedroom apartment for rent for $3995 per month. The building is located around the Gramercy Park neighborhood of New York. Conveniece abound; this apartment complex makes available a doorman to provide you with great service. The apartment unit includes balcony, renovated, and, laundry. The property features doorman, laundry, and, elevator and is scheduled to be vacant on June 15, 2012.
This unit is located at 205 E 29 St, a C0 in Gramercy. Built in 1936, this pre-war low rise property has 3 units.
This listing is no longer active as of November 1st, 2013.
This unit is located in Gramercy, a neighborhood in New York.
The average price of a 1 bed rental in Gramercy is $4,555. This unit is listed for $3,995, which makes it 12.29% cheaper than the average 1 bed in this neighborhood.
|Net effect of broker fee||$599|
|Bottom Line Price||$4,594|
|First month's rent||$3,995|
|Estimated Move-In Costs||$11,186|
|Move-in Date||June 15, 2012|
|Lease term||1 year|
|Posted at||June 15, 2012|
|Last updated||May 13, 2013|