New York, New York – Apartment For Rent #110230

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2 bedroom | 1 Bath | Approx. 700 sq ft
26 W 131st | APT 2D | $2,260.96.

The 5-story low rise apartment building is in the hot-trendy neighborhood of Central Harlem. It is a charming walk up building with separate kitchen, long hallway, beautiful hardwood floors throughout and lots of light.

Where else can you rent a full one bedroom apartment for under $2,000? It?s just a few short blocks from Metro North and the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 trains. Ready for immediate move in. Pets allowed!

Tons of restaurants and shops -- historic Sylvia's Restaurant, the Queen of Soulfood,Chez Lucienne French Bistro, Red Rooster Harlem, 261 W 125th. Street Red Lobster, Olive Garden, Starbucks, Settepani, Pompette Wine Shop, Tio Luca Bistro Latino, jazz clubs and cafes ... the list continues. Only blocks away from Bed Bath & Beyond, Burlington 125th Street, New York and Company, Marshall's, Costco and the Whole Foods Market will open in this Summer!! Harlem Hospital Center/Columbia University, The Mount Sinai Hospital and North General Hospitalpital are located nearby; Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library, New York Public Library - Harlem Library, and The Studio Museum in Harlem. Only a short cross town bus ride to Columbia University in the City of New York or The City College of New York.

It?s simply a great apartment!
For more information, contact: Renee, 646.344.2630,

Property Information

Monthly rent:$2,261
College campus:Columbia University, The City College Of New York
Close to:The Mt. Sinai Hospital
Address:26 W 131st Street
City:New York
Zip code:10037
Sq. footage:700
Rent includes: Water and sewer Electricity Gas Garbage pickup
Apartment pet policy: Cats Dogs (under 25 lbs) Large Dogs
Contact name:Renee E. Warren
Contact phone:6463442360

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