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250 East 40th Street, #33D

Condo | rented
Corner of East 40th Street and Second Avenue
WEB ID: 5541347
  • 1 BATHS
  • 542 APPROX. SQFT
  • BUILT 1988

The Details

About 250 East 40th Street, #33D

Lease Signed -- Welcome home to this oversized alcove studio/jr one bedroom high floor apartment with a balcony! Freshly painted with brand new floors, a renovated open kitchen and bathroom, and stunning open city views over the Chrysler Building, Midtown East and beyond, as well as the East River. Great closet space. This renovated apartment is available for rent - minimum one year lease. The ...

key features
  • Alcove studio
  • Balcony
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Full city view
  • Full river view
  • Full skyline view

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Stretching from 34th to 42nd and Fifth Avenue to the East River, Murray Hill owes its name to a family that once owned a farm here. Mrs. Murray’s main claim to fame was having once entertained British soldiers and, by distracting them, provided George Washington with time to escape the city. Later, at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries, it enjoyed a period as one of Manhattan’s most fashionable neighborhoods — a legacy that lives on in the handsome row houses on many blocks between Third and Fifth avenues as well as the Morgan Library. They now share the neighborhood with newer apartment blocks. While Murray Hill may not be a major destination for residents of other parts of the city, that seems to be fine with those who live there and enjoy its low-key atmosphere and convenience to Midtown and Gramercy.

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211 Schermerhorn Street

211 Schermerhorn Street

Apartment Building in Murray Hill

Between Hoyt Street and Bond Street

1988 BUILT