WEB ID: 6339525

331 East 33rd Street, 2-B
Kips Bay, Manhattan, NY 10016

rented

2 BEDS | 1 BATH | Condop

2 AVENUE and 1 AVENUE
$3,500
    • 2 BEDS
    • 1 BATHS
    • PRE-WAR
    • BUILT 1910

    The Details
    About 331 East 33Rd Street, 2-B, Kips Bay, Manhattan, NY 10016

    Listing Courtesy of Corcoran

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      Kips Bay

      If you want to be in the range of Midtown but otherwise removed from the rush, you can find Kips Bay bounded by Lexington Avenue and the East River, between 23rd and 34th streets. Kips Bay is nominally split into distinct sections by the avenues that run through it. Healthcare-related buildings dominate First Avenue. Second Avenue is home to the area’s characteristic brick high-rise towers, along with some brick rowhouses. (The I.M. Pei-designed Kips Bay Towers are off the avenue on 33rd street.) Third and Lexington are where you’ll find local bars and restaurants, respectively. However, this is not to say that Kips Bay is without its curiosities. One of the last wooden houses in Manhattan is on 29th street, and there is a rare-for-NYC alley named Broadway Alley despite the fact it is nowhere near Broadway (the street or the industry). Look close enough, and you can find just about anything in Kips Bay.

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      331 East 33Rd Street

      331 East 33Rd Street

      Apartment Building in Kips Bay

      2 AVENUE and 1 AVENUE

      21 UNITS
      5 STORIES
      1910 BUILT
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