E 52nd St

New York, NY 10022  |  Condo

$2,300

1 bath

Listing Info for E 52nd St

Apartment 3D features granite counters, a stai ess steel kitchen with dishwasher and a modern bath. The apartment also features a 3 4 height wall, giving separation of space between the living and sleeping area while allowing natural light to filter through into the apartment. Combined with 10 foot ceilings and generous closet space this is a home to hang your hat in! Perfectly nestled between Second and Third Avenues, ast 52nd is a boutique condominium just steps from the UN, the Midtown business district, and the E, M, and 6 trains. Easy application process and laundry in the basement....
Pets considered on a case-by-case basis. Short terms rentals will be considered but not less than six months. Neighborhood, where you live and die, brick, grass, men. 28 Units 5 Stories Built in 1900.

Property Details

Rental Fee $2,300 Property Type Condo
Bedrooms Not available Community Not available
Bathrooms 1 Zip 10022
Size Not available Pets Allowed Please inquire
ID # 45476608 Garage Please inquire
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Amenities & Features

Unit Amenities
•  Cable/Satellite TV
•  Dishwasher
•  Hardwood Floors
Community Features
•  Public Transportation

Rental Terms

Flexible Lease

Additional Info

Condo located at E 52nd St in New York, NY 10022 has 1 baths and available to rent for $2,300. E 52nd St was listed on RentalSource 30 days ago by Olga Huff. E 52nd St is in zip code 10022 which is located in New York, NY. The rental price of $2,300 is 56% lower than the average rental price of $5,321 for condo rentals in 10022 and 52% lower than the average rental price of $4,832 for condo rentals in New York, NY.

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