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1569 Lexington Ave 7, New York, NY 10029

$2,100/mo
Listing Details:
$2,100 Price
Condo Property Type
East Harlem Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Prewar
Allows Pets
Description:

*** All Open Houses are by Appointment Only, please email to confirm.******NO FEE!!!***Gut-Renovated Sunny Spacious 1BR Bedroom Apartment on the cusp of UES and East Harlem. No Fee! Apartment features Newly Renovated Kitchen, Modern Bath, and Hardwood Floors, and Plenty of Windows and Natural Light. En-Suite WASHER & DRYER.Condominium-Quality Appliances:-Heir Fridge-Bloomberg Stove-Elecrolux Stackable Washer/Dryer-Fisher & Paykel Dishwasher Convenient to the 97th & 103rd Street 6, 96th Street Q train stops, and a host of amenities.FOODEnjoy endless options when it comes to the area's eateries and bars. Taste your way through local spots like El Paso Taqueria, Amor Cubano, La Fonda Boricua, The Lexington Social, Joy Burger Bar, and Lexington Pizza Parlour. Satisfy a craving for thai cusine at nearby restaurants like Mali Thai Kitchen and Absolute Thai. Though local establishments like Bean y Vino serve up coffee-plus wine and pizza-well-known chains like Starbucks can be found throughout the neighborhood.RETAILStores in the area offer a balanced mix of small mom and pop shops, in addition to larger retail chains. Super Fi Emporium on Third Avenue is a convenient neighborhood option for groceries, and Vinyl Wine on Lexington offers a wide range of small-production wines, champagnes, and spirits.Culture, history, and art collide in this vibrant uptown neighborhood offering something from everyone. Trendy bars, a wide range of cuisine options, and artisan shops give the dynamic neighborhood a kind of downtown feel, while the historic uptown roots remain intact. Cultural institutions like El Museo del Barrio masterfully showcase the neighborhood's rich history, and the Graffiti Hall of Fame offers an incredible display of work by established and up-and-coming street artists. East Harlem's many transportation options make travel throughout the borough and beyond convenient, via the 4, 5, and 6 trains which make several stops between 96th Street and 125th Street, and the Metro-North station at 125th Street.

Listing courtesy of Citi Habitats, Inc.

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