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4615 Center Blvd 1509, Queens, NY 11109

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$3,446 Price
Condop Property Type
Hunters Point Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access

New to Market Double corner 1 bedroom with water and city views with tons of natural light.
-Available anytime to move in after Dec 15, 2021 (earliest) through Aug 31, 2022 Lease take over with option to renew after end lease.

1-bedroom, 710 sq ft unit boasts incredible Floor-to-Ceiling windows throughout providing a panoramic view from the East River toward Manhattan and wrapping to the west. Real pictures out the windows of this unit included in this listing (no photoshop :) Building is less than 10 years old.

Kitchen boasts quartz countertops, all-stainless appliances, Grohe fixtures, glass tile, and amazing cabinet space with sleek all white cabinetry.

Nice storage with full built-in shelving in the hallway, bathroom/linen closet and bedroom.

Very Pet-friendly building with dog run right downstairs!

The NYC ferry is now across the street for an amazing direct ride to E 35th, or ~10 min walk to the 7 or E trains.

Doorman/concierge is there 24 hours. There's a small gym right in the building and if you want a full-sized one you can sign up for the giant amenities deck across the street at 4545 Center which also has a parking deck for guests or monthly parking.
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Listing courtesy of NY Living Solutions LLC

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