Murray Hill 

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Apartment ​Features


Location - Murray Hill between 1st & 2nd
Subway - Grand Central Terminal
42nd stree, and Lexington Ave (0.5 miles)
9 min walk.


View -Open
Size - 2 bedroom

Floors - Hard wood floors
Bed size - Queen
Sheets & Towels - Yes
Iron and iron board - Yes
Bathroom type - Bath tub 
Building type - Elevator
Doorman - Yes 
Stove - Yes, gas
Oven - Yes, gas
Microwave - Yes
Kitchen equipment - Yes
Extra amenities – GYM-DECK
Number of closets - 4
Number of bathrooms - 2
Internet – Yes, wireless
Cable Service – Yes
Central A/C – Yes


 

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THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Murray Hill, with its boundaries defined as East 34th Street to the south, East 40th Street to the north, Madison Avenue to the west, and Third Avenue to the east, is an architecturally eclectic neighborhood in midtown Manhattan. There are many charming 19th century brownstone row houses as well as impressive modern luxury condominiums and co-ops.  There are lots of swanky bars and restaurants along Park Avenue and many pubs dominate Third Avenue, so “happy hour” options abound!
The community is home to the CUNY Graduate Center which shares the landmark former B. Altman Building with the New York Public Library's Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL) and with Oxford University Press. The neighborhood is also home to Stern College for Women of Yeshiva University, The Morgan Library & Museum, Scandinavia House–The Nordic Center in America, The Mexican Cultural Institute of New York, and a historically notable private institution, the Union League Club of New York. The area also includes 10 East 40th Street, an example of art deco architecture.
In terms of transportation, the neighborhood is served by many bus lines and Grand Central Station is conveniently located on 42nd Street, between Lexington and Third Avenues.

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