Map of E 88 St, New York...
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|14||min||Dalton School (K-12)||priv|
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Large 1 bedroom apartment in the East 80's. Brand New Renovation which includes a full sized sunny bedroom with gorgeous French doors, an all white kitchen, very good closet space and a nice sized living room. The apartment has direct southern exposure and has a White tiled bathroom as well.The building is well maintained with an elevator and a laundry facility.You'll be located on a lovely tree lined street near Carl Schurz Park, Gracie Mansion, Eli's Vinegar Factory, Asphalt Green. You'll have just about everything within a short walking distance, including groceries, great shopping, fine dining and entertainment.NOTE: If you're not quite impressed with this apartment, Call, text or email me with what you're looking for, I specialize in the upper east side and am confident that I can assist you with your living needs. I make myself available for my clients and pride myself in going the extra mile for them.
This residence is a 1 bedroom place for rent for $1795/mo. The residence is located around the Yorkville area of New York. The listing is equipped with dishwasher, hardwood floors, well-lit, and, renovated. Parquet floors give the apartment a nicer feel. The property features elevator, and, laundry on-site and you can move in on July 31, 2012.
This unit is located at 505 E 88 St, a apartment in Yorkville. Built in 1957, this post-war low rise property has 39 units.
This listing is no longer active as of November 1st, 2013.
This unit is located in Yorkville, a neighborhood in New York.
The average price of a 1 bed rental in Yorkville is $2,696. This unit is listed for $1,795, which makes it 33.43% cheaper than the average 1 bed in this neighborhood.
|Net effect of broker fee||$269|
|Bottom Line Price||$2,064|
|First month's rent||$1,795|
|Estimated Move-In Costs||$5,026|
|Move-in Date||July 31, 2012|
|Lease term||1 year|
|Posted at||August 1, 2012|
|Last updated||May 16, 2013|