Rarely Available Stunning Sun-drenched turn-key short term furnished apartment in Hudson Yards. This apartment has everything you could possibly need....just bring your tooth brush and clothing! Here you'll find luxurious finishes including Exotic Rift wood Cabinetry, Stainless steel built in oven & microwave, counter depth fridge, dish washer, quartz counter, remote controlled blinds, a bathroom with warm wood vanity, heated towel racks and a private terrace overlooking the sunset. This all comes together to create a modern, yet warm, & serene environment. This apartment also has it's own washer and dryer for your convenience. Duo seal noise canceling windows keep the hustle & bustle out and the serenity in. The rooftop garden will be a welcome retreat.Absolutely NO Pets Allowed. This location is so convenient to the Theater District, a plethora of shops and public transportation. It is just four short blocks to 34th street, Penn station, with access to the LIRR, New Jersey Transit, Amtrak, Path. Go north just 2 blocks to 40th st. entrance for the S, 1,2,3, A,C,E, N,R,Q,W, B,D,F,V., 7 to Grand Central,& the #6 This apartment is available for a 3-12 months lease term.The longer the lease term, the lower the rent. Please inquire for details.
The westside neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen is so nicknamed because of its past notoriety, but the neighborhood’s adjacency to midtown businesses and the theater district has sustained widespread gentrification spanning the past several decades. The increasingly upscale Hell’s Kitchen, a perpetually iconic neighborhood due to its history, and countless restaurant and nightlife options, is now home to young professionals, as well as long-time residents. Hell’s Kitchen, with its tree-lined side streets, is home to the much-publicized Hudson Yards Redevelopment, yet remains more affordable than some other neighborhoods similarly referenced in pop culture, like nearby Chelsea.
With the recent unprecedented rate cut by the Federal Reserve, banks have been inundated with people looking to take advantage of lower interest rates. Because of the overwhelming demand, we have not yet seen a huge reduction in mortgage rates. While we aren’t there yet, it is likely that we will see a dramatic shift in the upcoming months, which raises the question, “What does a 1 point difference in interest rate do for my bottom line?”Read more