1592 Second Ave #2RS

  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
$2850 / month
Available Aug 7th

Key Features

  • Black granite countertop
  • Dishwasher
  • Exposed brick in living room and bedroom
  • Glass paneled French bedroom doors
  • Hardwood floors throughout
  • High ceilings
  • Recessed lighting
  • Renovated kitchen (similar kitchen pictured to show finishes)
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Video intercom
  • White shaker style kitchen cabinets
  • White tiled bathroom

Apartment Details

No fee! Spacious 1 Bedroom/1 bath located on 2nd Avenue between 83rd and 82nd Streets.

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We accept The Guarantors and Insurent applicants.

Viewings by appointment with advance notice. Contact us to schedule a viewing. Please visit our website for a full list of our current NO FEE available apartments.

We are the owner/management company of this building. We are not a brokerage; we do not charge a brokerage fee.

Pets subject to approval on a case by case basis.

Building Details

This pre-war building – built in 1920 – is situated between 82nd and 83rd Streets on Second Avenue, and features five floors. The building sits right outside of the Second Avenue Subway Q train, and just a few blocks from the 4,5,6 trains. If you enjoy cycling, there are four CITI Bike stations within a few block radius. If you prefer to stay close to home, the area is filled with appealing nightlife options, and daily conveniences.

Upper East Side

Neighborhood
Description

Spanning from 59th Street and Central Park South to 96th Street and the East River, today’s Upper East Side defies expectations about uptown living. Yorkville, Carnegie Hill, and Lenox Hill offer unique characteristics and experiences. With historic brownstones and polished high-rises, lively restaurants, and quiet cafés, the neighborhood is home to a diverse community and includes some of the city’s most famous attractions, institutions, and individuals. Explore new designer boutiques, and legendary Upper East Side mainstays. Enjoy a trip to picturesque Central Park or gaze at art and artifacts along Museum Mile. With access to excellent public transit—the 4,5,6, and Q trains—as well as CITI Bikes, it’s easy to get uptown, downtown, or across town in a matter of minutes.

Getting
Around

  • 86th St. MTA Stop
  • 86th St. MTA Stop
  • M86 SBS Bus Stop
  • CITI bike