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It will be hard to top this masterfully renovated 1 bedroom home. Space and quality that's a cut above the rest, you can see the love and care put into it.Bedroom with space for a King and more, deep closets with custom storage space, and a flexible layout lets you make this your own.Full sized Chef's kitchen with sparkling stainless steel appliances, dishwasher included, fridge with freezer on the bottom, with rich hardwood cabinets, granite counter tops and mosaic glass backsplash.Full time Doorman with laundry and beautiful pre-war lobby. Central air in the apartment, very pet friendly. Live steps to Central Park, Columbus Circle, and near every subway you could need.
This apartment is a 1 bedroom unit offered for $3500 monthly. The building is located around the Midtown area of New York. Never worry, this apartment complex offers a doorman to provide you with great service. The property includes dishwasher, fireplace, granite kitchen, hardwood floors, high ceilings, well-lit, marble bath, renovated, and, walk-in closet. Wood flooring give your home a homeier feel. The property features doorman, elevator, and, laundry on-site and will open up August 24, 2012.
This unit is located at 145 W 58 St, a apartment in Midtown. Built in 1928, this pre-war mid-rise property has 111 units.
This listing is no longer active as of November 1st, 2013.
This unit is located in Midtown, a neighborhood in New York.
The average price of a 1 bed rental in Midtown is $3,646. This unit is listed for $3,500, which makes it 4.00% cheaper than the average 1 bed in this neighborhood.
|Net effect of broker fee||$525|
|Bottom Line Price||$4,025|
|First month's rent||$3,500|
|Estimated Move-In Costs||$9,800|
|Move-in Date||August 24, 2012|
|Lease term||1 year|
|Posted at||August 25, 2012|
|Last updated||May 13, 2013|