#906: Columbus Circle
Location is key to this spectacular studio apartment in the highly sought-after New York City neighborhood of Upper West Side. Small but super-efficient, this 184-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit is perfect for those who wanting to live close to Central Park and numerous entertainment venues. Recently renovated, this Manhattan apartment features freshly painted baseboards and walls, high ceilings, large windows for natural light, modern fixtures, new hardwood floors, and radiator heating. This unit includes high-speed WiFi and access to coin-operated laundry facilities located in the building. Additional building amenities include a community courtyard, concierge service, and a fitness center. Located on the first floor of a well-preserved, 1911 elevator building, this apartment is steps away from supermarkets and restaurants along West End Avenue. An eight-minute walk will get you to 66 Street - Lincoln Center subway station for the 1 and 2 trains on the IRT Broadway-Seventh Avenue Line. A 13-minute stroll will get you to the Columbus Circle commercial district, where you can find a plethora of retail stores and restaurants, as well as two additional lines of the New York City Subway at 59th Street - Columbus Circle subway station. If you are not sure how long you plan to stay in the Upper West Side, short-term leasing options are available. This studio apartment comes unfurnished but can be fully furnished by June Homes for stays of three months or longer. The studio of this apartment offers large windows and window coverings for natural light when needed and will easily accommodate a twin-size bed, a small dining table with one chair, and a media console or dresser. The studio includes a closet for storing your clothes and other household items. The kitchenette comes equipped with a stainless steel cooktop sink combo, a refrigerator, and a microwave. Custom cabinets provide modest storage space for cleaning supplies, dinnerware, and cutlery. The bathroom has been remodeled and features chrome fixtures, a large mirror, laminate wood flooring, a luxurious bathtub and shower combination with tiled walls, a new single-sink vanity, and a window for ventilation. Manhattan’s Upper West Side neighborhood is one of the best places to live in New York City. Bounded by Central Park to the east, Hell’s Kitchen to the south, the Hudson River to the west, and Morningside Heights to the north, Upper West Side is essentially located at the heart of Manhattan. Much like the Upper East Side, this neighborhood is known for being home to some of the city’s most affluent citizens. The housing stock here mainly consists of apartments and condos in high-rise buildings. However, there are numerous multi-family brownstones and pre-war Beaux-Arts townhouses from the late-19th and early-20th centuries, especially along Riverside Drive and West End Avenue. With median sales prices that are significantly higher than surrounding neighborhoods, it is no wonder that so many actors, artists, and musicians prefer to live in this picturesque Manhattan neighborhood....
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