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About 49 W 106th St New York, NY 10025
This newly redesigned and renovated 1 bedrrom is great. The living space is perfect for entertaining guests. The kitchen has lots of counter space, custom made Cherry wood finished cabinets and Stainless Steel appliances. The bedroom can comfortably fit a Kingsize bed, dresser and more. The bathroom has had renovations with new fixtures, and vanity while having marble tiling throughout. The apartment has a private patio, corridor and a Garden.
Washington Heights has been experiencing a meteoric ascension for the past decade as New York City residents are beginning to recognize that living in Washington Heights is a great opportunity -- apartments are hugely spacious and rents are entirely affordable. Many families, professionals, students and artists are taking advantage of this and moving to Washington Heights -- it is currently one of the trendiest places in New York City. A short commute from midtown, this is a place where families have BBQs in the park, where neighbors laugh on sunny stoops while the ice cream trucks roll by, where cyclists and joggers take advantage of river paths and foodies feast at new restaurants that pop up every year! The high quality of living, low rents in great buildings, and rich culture makes it a very desirable destination.
New York City’s Upper West Side is at once one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan and one of the least pretentious. Certainly, landmarks like the Metropolitan Opera, the Lincoln Center, and the American Museum of Natural History lend a distinctly highbrow air to the landscape, and rental rates tend to be on par with the rest of the city, but the overall community environment favors down-to-earth personalities and accessible neighborhood amenities.
The local dining scene is superb, featuring a vast landscape of restaurants representing every style and flavor imaginable, most of which are affordable enough to become regular stops. Grocers and retail stores are close at hand, and everywhere in the Upper West Side is within walking distance of Central Park— those lucky few living near the eastern edge of the neighborhood can enjoy gorgeous views of the sun rising over the park every morning.