161 East 110th Street, #3K

Condo | rented
Between Lexington Avenue and Third Avenue
WEB ID: 2667229
$3,000
    • 2 BEDS
    • 2 BATHS
    • 970 APPROX. SQFT
    • POST-WAR
    • S EXPOSURE
    • BUILT 2008

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    About 161 East 110th Street, #3K

    NO FEE OR 1-MONTH FREE! Sun-filled one bed + HUGE Home Office, 2 huge Walk in closets, 2 full baths, open chef's kitchen, in-unit W/D & more, in the lovely new 24-h full service Mirada Condominium. STEPS TO #6 TRAIN - only 5 minutes to midtown. Never rented, this sunny new home offers open kitchen with new appliances, custom cabinetry and breakfast bar, new marble bath, full-size washe...

    key features
    • Doorman
    • Elevator
    • Pet friendly
    • Partial city view
    • Partial skyline view
    • Dishwasher
    • Excellent light
    • Great closet space
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    While Harlem has long been a heart of the city’s, and the country’s, African-American population, East Harlem has played a similar role for the Latino, and specifically Puerto Rican, community. Sitting north of 110th Street and east of Fifth Avenue, “El Barrio” fills the northeast corner of Manhattan. The area was known as Italian Harlem before demographic changes around the time of World War I led to it becoming a center of Puerto Rican life and receiving the somewhat-misleading nickname Spanish Harlem. Puerto Rican culture still dominates much of life in East Harlem, with El Museo del Barrio being one of the city’s leading institutions focused on Hispanic art and culture. Alongside its Puerto Rican roots, however, the neighborhood has become increasingly diverse, attracting new residents drawn by affordable apartments in a quiet area that sits conveniently near the cultural and culinary riches of the Upper East Side.

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    Mirada

    161 East 110th Street

    Apartment Building in East Harlem

    Between Lexington Avenue and Third Avenue

    68 UNITS
    8 STORIES
    2008 BUILT