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About 330 E 38th St New York, NY 10016
Converted 2 bedroom. Watch the sun rise from the wall of bay windows that flow around the living area of this huge apartment. Open views over the East River allow for a perfect look at the landmarked Pepsi Cola sign, the United Nations Building and the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge.
The beautifully renovated kitchen has stainless appliances, granite countertops and even a built in wine cooler. A private glass walled interior room gives the resident the option of a second bedroom or home office without compromising their privacy or the views. A cozy study just off the bedroom creates the perfect spot to curl up with your favorite book before retiring to the bed. The oversized en suite bath, the abundance of closets, and the huge private balcony off the bedroom make this home truly special.
THE CORINTHIAN Features the finest amenities and white glove services . Striking exterior of rounded columns banded with brick and glass . Private, curved drive-through, lavishly planted, three quarter acre plaza with reflecting pool leads to majestic canopied entrance . Amazing lobby of rich woods, imported marble and fine works of art. Full service white glove 24 hour doorman and concierge service. Newly renovated full floor amenities which include a children's playroom with their own terrace, An adults lounge with pool table and their own private terrace, a party room complete with an open kitchen, a golf simulator, a 12,000 square foot private health club and spa, a 56 foot glass enclosed year round pool, a private, landscaped outdoor jogging track add to the convenience of this luxury building. On-site, fully attended, 24 hour garage service and valet services also available. Pets allowed.
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Murray Hill's convenient Midtown location - between Kips Bay and Midtown East - and diverse range of housing options attract a diverse array of residents including young professionals, families with children and recent college grads alike. The 19th century brownstone row houses that line residential streets between Lexington and Park Avenues offer a low-key escape from the fast pace of Midtown. Meanwhile, Park Avenue's high-end apartments are also a draw for many.