50 E 78th St Unit 5C

New York, NY 10075

Studio Studio $3,950
Beds Baths Rent Deposit Unit # Sq Ft Lease Length Available
Studio Studio Studio 1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA $3,950 $1,000 5C 450 Sq Ft 2 Month Lease Available Now
Prices and availability subject to change without notice.

About 50 E 78th St New York, NY 10075

Available Now until December 31st Our reference NY 16770 - Monthly rent is $3950 (2 occupants max) - Cable and WiFi: $100/month; Gas and Electric CAP: $100/month; Move-out cleaning: $200 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 DESCRIPTION With this modern alcove studio in a high-rise building, you can experience the best that the Upper East Side has to offer! Located at Madison Avenue & East 78th Street, the fully furnished rental apartment includes an elevator,24 hour doorman, and access to the building’s laundry room. Consisting of a long main room (living room 1), the apartment contains a lounge area (cable TV, sofa), a sleeping alcove with a double bed separated from the rest of the space by curtains (living room 2), and a dining table on a dais. The separate kitchen is fully equipped with essentials like an oven, gas range and microwave. Likewise, the one bathroom is well-equipped, with a shower and tub in addition to the WC and sink. With its many museums, charming parks, and top-notch noshing, there are lots of reasons to love Manhattan’s Upper East Side! While the Metropolitan Museum (.2mi/400m) is without a doubt the area’s most famous art hub, the Ukrainian Institute and neighboring Cultural Services of the French Institute (.2mi/250m) hold interesting events and the Guggenheim (.7mi/1.1km) is a must-see. After passing the morning in a museum, spend the afternoon soaking up the sun in Central Park (.1mi/200m) or enjoying the East River views of John Jay Park (.8mi/1.2km). With trendy eateries like Luke’s Lobster (.5mi/850m) and classics like Pastrami Queen (.2mi/280m) nearby, you might not even need to stop by Butterfield Market (.2mi/290m) for groceries. The nearest subway is 86 Street / Lexington Avenue (.2mi/350m) on the 6 train, though there is also a convenient bus along Fifth Avenue (.1mi/200m).

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  • 2 Month

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Neighborhood - Upper East Side

Upper East Side

If New York City is the cultural capital of America, Manhattan’s Upper East Side is where much of that culture is on display. Positioned between Central Park and the East River, the Upper East Side is home to legendary museums like the Met and the Guggenheim, particularly along 5th Avenue. The food selection is among the most diverse in the country, ranging from major chains and street eats to ultra-exclusive gourmet restaurants representing every corner of the globe (plus, the odds are good that you’ll find your new favorite local coffeehouse right down the block).

Several hospitals and medical centers are located in the immediate area, giving doctors and healthcare professionals who live here the option of walking to work in many cases. Public transportation is readily available, putting the entire city at your fingertips. Naturally, the prime location and gorgeous surroundings attract affluent residents, and apartments here are certainly not cheap.

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