305 E 45TH ST in Midtown East

Midtown East

Good transportation Families Quiet

Spanning from Sixth Avenue to the East River, the buzzing neighborhood of Midtown East is one of Manhattan’s liveliest areas during work hours.

But as soon as the clock strikes 5PM and workers head home, the crowds plummet and virtually disappear. So if you check out your prospective Midtown East apartment during the day, you may also want to stop by at night before you turn in your new lease agreement.

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Building Mix

  • 32% Luxury Highrise
  • 21% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 13% Pre War
  • 10% Post War
  • 9% Walk-Up
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Descriptions of 305 E 45th St

You will be close to shops, restaurants, Grand Central Terminal (4, 5, 6, 7, S subway trains United Nations Plaza, and other public transportation including the 15, 42, 50, 101, 102, 103, bus lines, the East River Ferry, and NJ Water Taxi to New Jersey. This luxury building prides itself in its amenities which include 24 hour doorman with concierge and valet services, laundry on every floor, rooftop deck, common storage, and an elegant and sophisticated lobby and entry area. Large solarium windows display breathtaking views of the Manhattan Skyline including the Empire State Building and river views. Job Ouma (Dec 2012)
The building offers a renovated lobby with sitting areas, 24-hour doorman, live-in superintendent, full-time maintenance staff, laundry on each floor, storage, bike storage, and a tranquil rooftop terrace. Turtle Bay Towers sits in a prime East side location near the United Nations, Grand Central Station and other modes of transportation. Lisa Simonelli (Sep 2014)
This luxury doorman building is conveniently located in Midtown west and is surrounded by popular restaurants, bars, supermarkets, dry cleaners and only a few blocks from the Grand Central station. Hanna Lee (Apr 2013)
40's and 2nd avenue in a great, safe neighborhood, across the street from restaurants, Duane Reed, grocery, dry cleaners, wine bars and only 4-5 minute walk from grand central terminal. China Yim (Oct 2013)
The building features a Full time Doorman, Live-in Super, Laundry on floors 3-18, beautiful Art-Deco lobby renovated in 2006, Roof Deck, Storage in Basement, Garage, Pet Friendly. Jared Antin (May 2013)
Located in a Post-War Building with Amenities Such as Bike Room, Driveway, Garage, Garden, Laundry Room, Rooftop Deck, Storage. Richard Bussa (Feb 2013)
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Nearby Subway Stations

  • 4 6 5 51 St (0.4 mi)
  • 7 Grand Central - 42 St (0.4 mi)
  • E M Lexington Av/53 St (0.42 mi)
  • 4 6 5 Grand Central - 42 St (0.46 mi)

building details

Floors: 24
Units: 338
Floor area: 387094
Year built: 1929

Building Median Rents

Loft: $3,200
3br: $4,500
2br: $4,500
Studio: $2,900
1br: $3,500

Nearby Schools

Art And Design High School
High school
1075 SECOND AVENUE
P.S. 116 Mary Lindley Murray
Elementary
210 EAST 33 STREET
Unity Center For Urban Technologies
High school
111 EAST 33 STREET
Norman Thomas High School
High school
111 EAST 33 STREET
Manhattan Academy For Arts & Language
High school
111 EAST 33 STREET
Murray Hill Academy
High school
111 EAST 33 STREET
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis High School
High school
120 WEST 46 STREET
Repertory Company High School For Theatre Arts
High school
123 WEST 43 STREET
P.S. 078
Elementary
48-09 CENTER BOULEVARD
P.S. 059 Beekman Hill International
Elementary
213 EAST 63RD STREET
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