Enjoy NYC from this immaculately kept, full floor residence that sleeps 6, located in Midtown. Enjoy your newly renovated home with air conditioning and hardwood floors throughout. Cable TV, Wi-Fi. The apartment is on the 1st and second floor of a two family town home - no elevator.
The residence has air conditioning.
The residence features a kitchen including all the appliances and small wares to prepare home cooked meals. Enjoy your morning coffee brewed in a Keurig single brew coffee maker or tea from your electric tea kettle.
Relax at the end of your day in the living room in a large leather chair or leather sofa - which is a queen size sleeper with a memory foam mattress - while watching TV on a 55" flat screen TV.
Have your meals at the dining table that seats 6 in your dining area.
Both bedrooms have queen size beds. Both bedrooms have Beautyrest Recharge Pierpoint Plush mattresses and 40' flat screen TV's.
Less than half a block to the NYC Subway station
Named after Dutch settler Jacobus Henderson Kip, the neighborhood came to be associated with the vintage mid-20th century high-rise apartment and condominium complexes that anchor its skyline, including the 1,112 unit I.M. Pei-designed Kips Bay Towers.
Along Kips Bay’s First Avenue corridor, the NYU College of Dentistry and School of Medicine, Bellevue Hospital Center and the Manhattan VA Hospital call the neighborhood home, as does a small population of medical students and professionals who live nearby.
In addition to the medical professionals who call the neighborhood home, Kips Bay is known for having some of the more affordable housing options. To accommodate this residential community, Kips Bay Plaza was built in the late '90s and boasts an AMC/Loews movie theater, a Borders bookstore, a Crunch gym and a 24-hour Rite Aid. You'll find a growing collection of restaurants and cafes for casual and fine dining as well as a small cluster of bars and pubs catering to young singles. Nearby landmarks like the Empire State Building and the United Nations add to the feeling of being in a very "New York" neighborhood, but with a certain low-key charm.
A handful of small, newly-landscaped city parks and playgrounds offer gathering places and green escapes for parents and kids. The 6 local train stops at 28th and 33rd Streets along Park Avenue and a number of city buses serve the area's avenues and streets.
Photo ID's required for all persons staying in the residence
This residence is not a hotel. The owner does not supply daily housekeeping services and other amenities commonly expected during a hotel stay. The residence does not comply with the same fire safety and building code requirements as a hotel. Contact the owner for any customer services or maintenance issues – there is not a front desk staff at any of the Residences. The super does not provided services for this residence you must contact the owner.