418 E 153rd St, Apt 2-B

$2,307

Melrose

2 BD, 1 BA

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Apartment Details

2

Beds

1

Bath

4

Rooms

Available On
Immediately
Lease Info
Lease Term: One Year

Welcome home to your NEWLY CONSTRUCTED apartment with WASHER/DRYER in the Melrose section of the Bronx! With such beautiful finishes and OPEN KITCHEN, these sunny one and two bedroom apartments are going to make you the envy of all. Apartment features HIGH CEILINGS, new light fixtures, and plethora of windows throughout! The kitchen is brand new with WHITE QUARTZ counter tops, premium STAINLESS-STEEL appliances including a MICROWAVE, and soft close cabinetry. All bathrooms include CERAMIC tiles in an elegant black & white pattern with storage in the vanity. Well maintained building well maintained block, located just a few blocks from the 2 4 5 Subways and BX15, BX21, BX22, BX41Buses. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE RENT ADVERTISED IN THIS LISTING IS THE NET EFFECTIVE MONTHLY RENT RESULTING FROM THE OFFERED RENT CONCESSION OF 1 FREE MONTH, AND NOT THE ACTUAL MONTHLY RENT. ANY RENT CONCESSION GRANTED WITH THE INITIAL LEASE FOR THIS LISTING WILL BE APPLIED IN LUMP SUM TO THE APPLICABLE MONTH. THE ACTUAL MONTHLY RENT WHERE THERE IS NO APPLICABLE RENT CONCESSION IS $2500.

Courtesy of: The Corcoran Group
Property: 418 E 153rd St

2019

Year Built

8

Apartments

4

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