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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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