Prices and availability subject to change without notice.
About 304 W 40th St New York, NY 10018
LEASE MUST START ON DECEMBER 28TH OR 29TH
1 MONTH MINIMUM - NO MAXIMUM
Our reference NY 12510
- Monthly rent is $2300 up to 2 people
- $100 cleaning fee for rentals under 45 days
- Gas and electric included in rent up to $100 per month
- Complimentary internet and cable throughout the building
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE A BROKER AND WE DO CHARGE A BROKER FEE:
- For a rental between 1 to less than 4 months, the fee is 50 % of one month’s rent
- For a rental between 4 to less than 8 months, the fee is 75 % of one month’s rent
- For a rental over one 8 months, the fee is one month’s rent
This one bedroom apartment on 40th Street & Eighth Avenue is in the Manhattan neighborhood of Midtown West.
Set in a low-rise apartment building, this rental is on the fifth of six floors. In such a prime location, you will have easy access to attractions, convenience stores, and transportation.
This furnished one bedroom apartment provides privacy and ease of access. The front floor leads to a living area and open kitchen with parquet wood flooring, a granite countertop, and dining table for two. The kitchen appliances are all full sized which includes a refrigerator and gas stove. There is an elegant tiled backsplash that brings beauty in unexpected places. The bedroom is furnished with a double size bed, fresh sheets, and a flat-screen television.
Less than a square mile in size, the Garment District took on the role of the center of the fabric industry, not only for New York City, but also for the entire nation in the early days of the United States. The core of the fashion industry, this small patch of land has become a mecca for designers, models and fashion talent. Centrally located on Manhattan Island and nestled between the Jacob Javits Center on the west side and the Empire State Building on the east, the Garment District itself and the majority of its individual buildings and businesses are dedicated to fashion in one way or another. Though the area no longer manufactures the vast swaths of textiles it once did, it remains the fashion capital for the nation. No other city within the United States can compare to the sheer concentration of fashion-related businesses in this one tiny neighborhood.