Hell's Kitchen

$3,750

2 BD, 1 BA

Apartment Details

2

Beds

1

Bath

3

Rooms

Available On
Immediately
Concessions
No fee
Lease Info
Lease Term: Specific term

A great size one bedroom apartment, convertible two. Renovated units, hardwood floors, high ceilings and tons of closet space. Easy conversion for shares. AMNESTIES : 24 hr. Gym, Free Starbucks coffee, Wi-Fi lounge. 2 Flat screens. Billiards room, catering kitchen and sun deck.

This building is centrally located, only a block away from the subway station. Amazing location, arts, entertainment and great restaurants are all around you.

Prices, availability and concessions may change rapidly. Net effective rent!Please call for more details. 646-479-6795 or email: tignatov@boldnewyork.com

  • Roof deck Roof deck
  • Hardwood floors Hardwood floors
  • Dishwasher Dishwasher
  • Microwave Microwave
Property: Hell's Kitchen

2002

Year Built

321

Apartments

45

Stories

  • Doorman Doorman
  • Gym Gym
  • Bike storage Bike storage
  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Lounge Lounge
  • Package acceptance Package acceptance
  • Roof deck Roof deck

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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