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Geographic Area Upper West Side, 10025
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---- SCHEDULE A SHOWING ONLINE AT: http://showmojo.com/lt/7a6406d0a7 ---- DESCRIPTION RENT NEGOTIABLE TO $2800 TO 3K Large two bedroom apartment in a pre-war elevator building less than a block from the #1 subway train and #104 bus. Hardwood floors. High ceilings. Within distance of the Columbia campus and steps away from Riverside Park and many great restaurants and shops. Guarantors welcome. As are cats, but no dogs please. Brokers fee of 15% of the first year's rent, plus $150 non-refundable credit check/application fee. To view contact Peter W. Guirguess (licensed NYS real estate agent) I have been handling Real Estate in Manhattan for over 10 years. We have worked with many co-op boards, condo management and HDFC Buildings in New York and outer Boroughs. We have helped to convert rent controlled units, rent stabilized units, Condos & Co-ops, and Commercial space. We have worked with various contracting businesses

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The Upper West Side is a neighborhood in Manhattan, New York City. The area sits between Central Park and the Hudson River. Residents of the Upper West Side have access to the Henry Hudson Parkway, though most take the city's public transportation system to get around. There are both subways and buses in the Upper West Side that will drop off passengers at numerous locations around New York City. 

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