3 East 115th StreetApt. 4D
Fifth Avenue/Madison Avenue East Harlem
This home has been rented
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Nearby Subway Stations
- TypeRental Building
- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,025
- New Development
**Owner Pays One month FREE on a Two Year Lease**BRAND NEW 1 and 2 BR APARTMENTS IN A RENT STABILIZED NEW DEVELOPMENT consisting of three buildings connected by a common courtyard on Fifth Avenue between E 115th Street and E 116th Street in Manhattan. Apartment features 4" oak wood flooring, beautiful wood cabinets, recessed lighting, stone countertops, and GE, Kohler and Toto appliances and fixtures. Laundry facilities on site. The apartment complex is just a short distance from some of Harlem's best offerings. Cafes', restaurants, boutiques, bars, grocery and drug stores are all within walking distance. Not to mention New York Sports Club is across the street and you are a short distance from the 2/3 and 6 trains. All in all, it's a wonderful place to call home. Income restrictions apply. . For 1 BR (1 - 2 persons): Total Annual Income Range: $72,760- $107,450. If 2 people: For 2 BR (2 - 4 persons): Total Annual Income Range: $87,480- $134,400.
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Uptown, from 110th to 125nd streets, from Fifth Avenue to the East River.
Rich in history and residential charm, the diverse East Harlem neighborhood offers those in search of a new apartment or townhouse plenty to peruse. Housing stock runs the gamut from rowhouses to studios, from one- and two-bedroom co-ops to renovated tenements. A big draw here in East Harlem is space — apartments often come with a dining room, an outdoor garden, or even parking. Large rental complexes like Hampton Court (complete with gyms, garden decks and retail shopping) are now being joined in East Harlem by luxury condos offering views of the East River, the George Washington and RFK (Triborough) Bridges.