#1354: Upper West Side
Don’t miss out on this smart and super-efficient, one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment in one of Manhattan’s most highly sought-after neighborhoods. Located on the fourth floor, this 648-square-foot unit features radiator heating, recessed lighting, large windows, high ceilings. Cozy bedroom offers adequate space for a full-size bed and nightstand. A newly remodeled eat-in kitchen comes equipped with a refrigerator, a gas range, and a microwave. The bathroom is equipped with a walk-in bathtub and shower combo. This apartment may be furnished or unfurnished at the time of your move-in date. Please inquire June Homes for up-to-date prices. One of the best neighborhoods within the sprawling Harlem area, Upper West Side is home to a diverse demographic consisting of college students, families, and working professionals. A popular place to live due to its laid-back atmosphere and affordable housing compared to New York City’s Upper East Side, Upper West Side is also cherished for its relative proximity to some of Manhattan’s most famous attractions and landmarks. The median age in this densely populated Manhattan neighborhood is approximately 33. Upper West Side is also home to a number of historic landmarks, such as Grant’s Tomb and Riverside Church, both of which rank as some of the most impressive architectural structures in Manhattan. Take a stroll with your four-legged friend through pet-friendly St. Nicholas Park, or grab dinner and a show at the legendary Apollo Theatre. Everything is a short walk or train ride away in Upper West Side. Less than two blocks from Morningside Park and a half-mile from Columbia University, this charming apartment is an ideal home for people that don’t mind walking or riding a bike to class. A six-minute walk from the front door of the building will get you to the train station at the corner of 103 Street for the A, B, C and 1 line trains. Unsure how long you plan to stay in Upper West Side? Schedule a tour to see this apartment today ....
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