Although Midtown South Central’s exact borders are a technical grey area, this neighborhood can loosely be described as all the 30 streets between Madison Avenue and 8th Avenue.
Herald Square is the center point of this neighborhood, home to giant department store Macy’s, which is the size of an entire city block. If you enjoy shopping, you will find that swiping your credit card on a daily basis will be a breeze.learn more about this neighborhood
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- 55% Luxury Highrise
- 15% Pre War
- 12% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 4% Walk-Up
- 3% Elevator Building
Located one flight up in this elevator building is a bright and airy loft-like studio with 12 foot+ ceilings and a separate kitchen. There are four large closets and a sleeping loft in this unit so no need to leave the couch and your giant teddy bear with your parents.
The kitchen has stunning cherry-oak cabinets and sleek granite countertops. The bathroom has a soaking tub and a small window. The livingroom features a large window facing south-west and the magnificent 12 foot ceilings, which makes this room very unique. The sleep loft is big enough for a queen/king sized bed and features two storage closets. Lights in the living room can be switched on and off from the loft.
Here is your chance to live on Park Avenue just south of Grand Central for under $2K. Perfect Pied-de-terre, starter, or comparable loft-style apartment, undepriced for the area and only four blocks south of Grand Central. Located three blocks from busses and shuttles to NYC airports.
Features: A/C, Laundry in building, Elevator
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$1,925, Studio, 1.0 Bathroom
- Pre War
- Web ID: 1708833
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