400 5TH AVE, Apt 37B

$5,000

Midtown

1 BD, 1.5 BA

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Apartment Details

1

Bed

1.5

Baths

4

Rooms

806

Square Feet

Available On
Immediately
Lease Info
Lease Term: Specific term

no broker fee for one year lease . Furnished only , no pets please . Welcome to Residence 37B at 400 Fifth Avenue. This beautiful high-floor one bedroom/ 1.5 bath features breathtaking East River views and is flooded with natural sun-light. The kitchen is designed with Poliform cabinetry, Mont Blanc stone counter top and island, and top of the line appliances. The master bedroom includes custom cabinetry and a walk-in closet, as well as a stunning master bath including double sinks, a soaking tub and a frosted glass partition separating the toilet. Ample closet space throughout the apartment as well as a Miele washer/dryer. 400 Fifth Avenue is a fully staffed building with a 24 hour doorman and concierge, live-in super, a residents-only lounge with a screening area, pool table, and wrap around terrace. Tenants can also enjoy all of the hotel and spa amenities that the Langham Place Hotel offers including a beautiful spa, 3,000 sqft fitness center and more.

  • Laundry in unit Laundry in unit
  • Furnished Furnished
Courtesy of: Halstead Property, LLC
Property: 400 5TH AVE

2010

Year Built

163

Apartments

58

Stories

  • Doorman Doorman

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