NO FEE! Newly Renovated Studio with Balcony in Doorman Building!

Murray Hill | 3rd / Lexington

RENTED
 
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Price:
$2,600
Type:
Condo
Bedrooms:
Bathrooms:
0
1
Web ID:
Status:
160453
RENTED
 

Description

The name Murray Hill comes from Mary and Robert Murray, Pennsylvania Residents who built a large home and farm between 33rd and 39th Streets in the 18th century. It runs from 40th Street down to about 27th Street, and from Fifth Avenue over to the East River, according to the Murray Hill neighborhood association. 19th century townhouses add a touch of sophistication to its mix of nondescript apartment complexes. Condos in the neighborhood generally start around $700,000 to $800,000 for studios and run up to $2.9 million or more for three-bedrooms. Most housing in Murray Hill is made up of co-ops, with studios running from $400,000 to $500,000; one-bedrooms from $600,000 to $1.1 million; two-bedrooms from $1.2 million to $1.8 million; and three-bedrooms from $1.9 million and up. Rental apartments in Murray Hill range from about $2,200 to $2,400 a month for a renovated studio to about $4,400 a month for a two-bedroom. And though transit access may be a challenge in the neighborhood’s eastern reaches, the eventual completion of the Second Avenue subway will make things a lot better!^^^^^^^^^
The name Murray Hill comes from Mary and Robert Murray, Pennsylvania Residents who built a large home and farm between 33rd and 39th Streets in the 18th century. It runs from 40th Street down to about 27th Street, and from Fifth Avenue over to the East River, according to the Murray Hill neighborhood association. 19th century townhouses add a touch of sophistication to its mix of nondescript apartment complexes. Condos in the neighborhood generally start around $700,000 to $800,000 for studios and run up to $2.9 million or more for three-bedrooms. Most housing in Murray Hill is made up of co-ops, with studios running from $400,000 to $500,000; one-bedrooms from $600,000 to $1.1 million; two-bedrooms from $1.2 million to $1.8 million; and three-bedrooms from $1.9 million and up. Rental apartments in Murray Hill range from about $2,200 to $2,400 a month for a renovated studio to about $4,400 a month for a two-bedroom. And though transit access may be a challenge in the neighborhood’s eastern reaches, the eventual completion of the Second Avenue subway will make things a lot better!
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Balcony
Outdoor Space
Renovated
Light
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Doorman
Elevator
Laundry
City View
Stainless Steel Appliances
 

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