445 W 48th St, Apt 4-A

$2,000

Hell's Kitchen

Studio, 1 BA

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Apartment Details

Studio

Beds

1

Bath

2

Rooms

Available On
Immediately
Lease Info
Lease Term: One Year

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This large South facing Studio has been immaculately renovated and gets GREAT light. It's bigger than most one bedrooms. Located in a quaint elevator building you will get tremendous light for most of the day. Looking out you will see the Clinton Community garden (one of the most beautiful in the city), Midtown west sky scrapers, and in the Spring the block comes alive with cherry blossoms. It will fit all of your furniture comfortably. Everything in the apartment is new and you have two very large closets. Also, please note that the photos make this unit look smaller than it is.

  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: Compass
Property: 445 W 48th St

1940

Year Built

5

Stories

  • Pre war Pre war

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About Hell's Kitchen

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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.


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