5 Morton St

5 Morton St, New York, NY 10014

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Studio Studio 0 Br 1 Bath 1 Bath 1 Ba 1 400 SF

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About 5 Morton St New York, NY 10014

Fully renovated studio, facing interior courtyard. Features brand new kitchen with a dishwasher and stainless steel appliances, decorative fireplace, hardwood floors, and high ceilings. Laundry across the street and shared courtyard. For a private showing please email

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Time and Distance from 5 Morton St New York, NY 10014

Transit / Subway Walk Distance
Transit / Subway Walk Distance
3 min 0.2 mi
4 min 0.2 mi
4 min 0.2 mi
5 min 0.3 mi
6 min 0.4 mi
Commuter Rail Drive Distance
Commuter Rail Drive Distance
7 min 1.8 mi
7 min 1.8 mi
Parks and Recreation Drive Distance
Parks and Recreation Drive Distance
3 min 0.6 mi
4 min 0.6 mi
3 min 0.7 mi
5 min 1.3 mi
7 min 1.4 mi
Colleges Drive Distance
Colleges Drive Distance
3 min 0.7 mi
6 min 1.5 mi
8 min 1.6 mi
Airport Drive Distance
Airport Drive Distance
23 min 10.7 mi
21 min 12.4 mi
34 min 18.7 mi
Military Bases Drive Distance
Military Bases Drive Distance
11 min 3.3 mi
16 min 3.7 mi
22 min 9.8 mi
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