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Gorgeous duplex 1 bedroom apartment with 1.5 baths, located on the 9 floor with direct central park views. Beautiful windowed stainless steel kitchen, hardwood floor throughout the apartment.Super clean elevator building with amazing fixed roof deck.Act fast and call now. Rear listing.
This property is a 1 bedroom unit for rent for $4000 monthly. The residence boasts a great location in the Upper West Side district of New York. Pet owners will love it. The property owner allows small pets, specifically cats. Please verify from the management to bring pets. Ask about pet fees. The property boasts dining room, dishwasher, granite kitchen, hardwood floors, high ceilings, well-lit, marble bath, renovated, and, shares ok. Classic wood floors give your home a homeier feel. The property features elevator, and, laundry on-site and you can move in on August 1, 2012.
This unit is located at 48 W 68 St, a apartment in Upper West Side. Built in 1986, this post-war mid-rise property has 46 units.
We've researched this building and found the following recent issues. Please verify that the building and unit are to your satisfaction before signing a lease.
|open||Complaint||ENTIRE BUILDING - NO HEAT AND NO HOT WATER reported in ENTIRE APARTMENT||
This listing is no longer active as of November 1st, 2013.
This unit is located in Upper West Side, a neighborhood in New York.
The average price of a 1 bed rental in Upper West Side is $3,386. This unit is listed for $4,000, which makes it 18.12% more expensive than the average 1 bed in this neighborhood.
|Net effect of broker fee||$600|
|Bottom Line Price||$4,600|
|First month's rent||$4,000|
|Estimated Move-In Costs||$15,200|
|Move-in Date||August 1, 2012|
|Lease term||1 year|
|Posted at||July 26, 2012|
|Last updated||May 16, 2013|