Lexington Ave

New York City, NY 10010  |  Apartment

$3,200

1 bath, 550 sqft

Listing Info for Lexington Ave

Rare opportunity to rent a large studio with a separate windowed kitchen in a full service building steps from Gramercy Park and across the from the famous Gramercy Park. Beamed high ceilings, parquet wood floors, a windowed kitchen, a separate dressing area leading to a bathroom make this a very desirable home. The apartment has three large double hanging closets. Park Gramercy is a full service building that functions like a condominium with no set limits on renting the homes. The building has a full time doorman, a beautiful roof deck, bicycle storage and central laundry in the basement. The...
building is pet friendly. Neighborhood, where you live and die, brick, grass, men. 93 Units 12 Stories Built in 1951.

Property Details

Rental Fee $3,200 Property Type Apartment
Bedrooms Not available Community Not available
Bathrooms 1 Zip 10010
Size 550 sq. ft. Pets Allowed Please inquire
ID # 46837769 Garage Please inquire
Direct Link rentalsource.com/46837769 Last Updated Today

Amenities & Features

Unit Amenities
•  Balcony/Patio
•  Cable/Satellite TV
Community Features
•  Public Transportation

Rental Terms

1 Year Lease

Additional Info

Apartment located at Lexington Ave in New York City, NY 10010 has 1 baths, 550 square feet and available to rent for $3,200. Lexington Ave was listed on RentalSource 8 days ago by Brandon Bryan. Lexington Ave is in zip code 10010 which is located in New York City, NY. The rental price of $3,200 is 17% lower than the average rental price of $3,861 for apartment rentals in 10010 and 5% lower than the average rental price of $3,385 for apartment rentals in New York City, NY.

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