With some of the largest stores and busiest streets in the city, this slice of the metropolis can be described as the heart of New York City. Midtown Center spans from 42nd street all the way up to the south side of Central Park, or 59th street, and between Park and 8th Avenues.
It’s home to some the city’s tallest skyscrapers, which headquarter global conglomerates, five star hotels and three major television networks.learn more about this neighborhood
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- 63% Luxury Highrise
- 13% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 11% Pre War
- 4% Elevator Building
- 3% Walk-Up
Midtown Central location - close to shopping, nightlife, restaurants, step away from all subway lines.
This unit has the perfect layout for conversion ((Real pressurized wall allowed!)))
After the conversion you will have 2 equal size bedrooms that can fit queen size bed + furniture and living room with window providing natural light - Rare to find!
Dramatic floor to ceiling windows, fill this apartment with abundant natural light! Brand new condo finishes - built-in surround speakers, Bosch Washer and Dryers, Open kitchen with high-end appliances, modern bath and great closet space!
ULTRA MODERN BRAND NEW Building with 24 hr doorman, roof deck, fitness center, lounge and valet service, full time superintendent, bike room, parking garage. ALL FREE AMENITIES.
I specialize in luxury rentals - 2 bed and Flex 2 - in doorman buildings. Feel free to contact me at or via email -
$3,600, Two Bedrooms, 1.0 Bathroom
- Luxury Highrise
- 0 sq. ft.
- Web ID: NKA_anchornyc_525573
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