Murray Hill 2 Bedroom Apartment

2 beds

2 bedrooms

1 bathroom

New York, New York, United States

This Kopa for Good property helps people who have been displaced or affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Overview

Entire home

You’ll get the whole apartment to yourself.

Fully furnished

This space has all the furniture you’ll need for your stay.

About the space

This hard to come by 2 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment is located in the heart of Murray Hill in a townhouse building on East 35th street off of 3rd Avenue. The apartment is located on the 2nd floor of the building and features a cozy living room with a full size sofa bed, dining area, kitchen, master bedroom with a queen size bed, and the other bedroom with a full size bed, a full size bathroom with toilet and shower for your convenience. The mass transit station for the green line is actually located just a couple blocks from the building, and several other transit lines are all located within very close proximity to the property. Please be advised that monthly utilities are not included and added to your total. This property is an additional $200.00 per month for gas, electric, WiFi, and TV services.

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Jacob

Property Manager

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WAPT LLC

Property management company

Amenities

Wifi

Kitchen

Television

Hair dryer

Iron

Heating

Air conditioning

Cat and dog friendly

Sleeping Arrangements

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Bedroom A:Queen

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Bedroom B:Double

House Rules

  • Please respect quiet hours from 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.
  • No parties.
  • No smoking inside.

Your Commute

Exact location provided once your request to rent is accepted and paid.

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Kalvin

Aug 2020

The place itself resembles the photos taken. The beds are comfortable and the place is relatively clean. The heaters are loud and don't circulate the heat uniformly (some places in the room are cold, some warm) but I think that's typical for older New York buildings. My biggest complaint would be that the landowner went completely unresponsive for weeks during COVID-19 when my roommate and I tried to communicate our situation. We never did get to hear back from them to this day; eventually my roommate and I simply left a month earlier than our agreed date. It's hard to judge what the reason behind this was and I'd be happy to revise this criticism if they would clarify what happened. Regardless, as it stood we did not pay our last months rent (what we were trying to communicate in terms of finding some agreement) and they kept our security deposit.