Midtown Manhattan Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Sleeps 5! 2 Bed/1 Bath Apartment, Times Square
Featuring hard wood floors, modern furniture, tasteful decorative touches, and elegant French doors with frosted windows this apartment with two bedrooms is both charming and functional. Welcoming you with the commodious living room the apartment is set up to include all the comforts of home. A high quality leather sofa, complementing dark finish side table and coffee table construct the perfect ambiance to lounge, relax, watch a movie or simply enjoy some quality time with your fellow travelers. Fully equipped with chestnut cabinets, white appliances, cookware and dishware the kitchen is prepared to meet your needs. The marble top breakfast table in the kitchen provides a comfortable way to share meals. All-white marble bathroom features stand up shower with towels provided for your stay. The bedrooms each include a queen sized bed for your bedding accommodations with high definition television, and matching dresser for the storage of your belongings. For your convenience, the living room sofa pulls out into a queen sized bed providing an extra bedding accommodation for your party. The building is appropriately located across the street from The Amish Market that includes accessibility an organic produce selection, deli, espresso bar, and made to order pizzas. The Midtown East neighborhood is very diverse and eclectic ranging from business skyscrapers to quiet tree-lined streets, and three story brownstones house that give it architectural range. It is generally recognized as the quieter side of Midtown, size it is away from the more trafficked and congested Times Square Area, giving it a laid back atmosphere. That by no means makes it boring as there are diverse restaurants and bars to enjoy all along 3rd and 2nd Avenue. Luxury shopping is also accessible along East 57th Street, Madison Avenue and Park Avenue. The Chrysler Building, Grand Central Terminal, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral are just a few of the landmarks in the area. For transportation there are eight subway lines, bus routes and the Roosevelt Island Tram for a worthwhile trip!