Upper East Side - 1 Bedroom in an Elevator Building off Park Avenue

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Geographic Area Upper East Side, 10028
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---- SCHEDULE A SHOWING ONLINE AT: showmojo.com/lt/420796a01a ---- Broker Fee & Credit Check Required A 5-story, Low-Rise, Prewar building that is centrally located on the Upper East Side near the Sutton Place Neighborhood . Located on a tree-lined street, this highly coveted location is within close proximity to the East 86th Street Express Subway Stop. Built in 1940, this building has underwent many modernization projects that have kept the hallways, flooring, and building interior up-to-date. There is an elevator in the building as well as on-site laundry. The ownership is co-op, though many of the apartments do not require Board Approval. Apartments in this building will undergo gut-renovations periodically. This apartment is a gut-renovated one bedroom with wood-plank flooring and quality finishes. The bedroom can easily fit a queen-sized bedroom with room for furniture. Spacious living room sized for a wrap-around couch. and boasting a separate kitchen equipped with a dishwasher and modernized

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The Upper East Side is a neighborhood in Manhattan, New York City. This affluent area is by Central Park to the west and the East River to the east. FDR Drive runs right along the river, giving residents easy access to the highway system. 

Its proximity to Central Park gives the Upper East Side a variety of recreational options. Residents can spend the day at the zoo, the Victorian Gardens Amusement Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and those are just features directly next to the neighborhood - many more attractions lay to the north. 

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The area is home to highly rated schools of all kinds. Families can send their kids to private or public K-12 schools and then enroll them in one of the several colleges located right in the Upper East Side.