215 East 24th Street, #418

Coop | rented
Between Third Avenue & Second Avenue
WEB ID: 2215784
$1,850
    • 1 BATHS
    • 500 APPROX. SQFT
    • POST-WAR
    • BUILT 1976

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    About 215 East 24th Street, #418

    The lease is signed. Waiting for the board approval. Quiet and bright 500 sq/ft studio has high ceilings, renovated kitchen with granite counter top and bathroom, Murphy bed and Juliet balcony. Separate kitchen has been opened up to living/dining area. There are 2 closets and sliding glass doors lead to your own balcony, with views of trees & sky. 3 stools in the photo will remain in the unit. ...

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      215 East 24th Street

      215 East 24th Street

      Apartment Building in Kips Bay

      Between Third Avenue & Second Avenue

      180 UNITS
      7 STORIES
      1976 BUILT
      Listing Courtesy of Corcoran