321 East 48th Street, #2K

1 BATH | Condo | rented

Between Second Avenue and First Avenue
WEB ID: 5875306
$2,300
    • 1 BATHS
    • 454 APPROX. SQFT
    • POST-WAR
    • N EXPOSURE
    • BUILT 1962

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    About 321 East 48th Street, #2K

    ** Lease Signed ** Available for a 10/1 lease start. Large straight studio in a full-time doorman condo in Turtle Bay. This quiet space features updated hardwood floors, oversized windows, an updated HVAC unit, 4 spacious closets, and a separate kitchen. The functional layout easily allows for creation of a living area, sleeping area, work space, and a dining area. Guarantors allowed, sorry, no...

    key features
    • Studio
    • Doorman
    • Elevator
    • Central air
    • Good light
    • Great closet space
    • Hardwood floors
    • Oversized windows
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    321 East 48th Street

    Apartment Building in Midtown East

    Between Second Avenue and First Avenue

    126 UNITS
    14 STORIES
    1962 BUILT