105 Lexington Avenue - 12C - Bettina Equities
Murray Hill // MANHATTAN
105 Lexington Avenue – 12C
M101, M102, M103, M15, M34, M16
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Off Market
Gross Rent: $2150
Net Effective: $1971
Incentive Price: 1 Months Free on a 12 Month Lease

Unit Details: Hardwood Floors, A/C
Min Max Lease Term: 1 year / 1 year
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Get to know Murray Hill
Neighborhood Features
Madison Square Park
Macy’s Herald Square
Grand Central Station
The Morgan Library
A lovely oasis of calm on the outskirts of Midtown, Murray Hill residents enjoy both the bustle of Manhattan, and a place to escape from it. It encompasses a relatively small area in the 30s and 40s, between Madison Avenue and Third Avenues. Murray Hill is a neighborhood of modern, well-constructed high-rises and tidy, well kept blocks. The area has a comfortable, residential feel.
The Lexington Avenue subway provides a fast, convenient north-south connection. Residents can walk to work in Midtown, or hop on a subway for a 10-minute ride to Wall Street. The nearby Queens Midtown Tunnel leads to major NY airports and beyond that, to the beaches of Long Island. A short walk to Grand Central gives you the choice of several subway lines and Metro North trains.
This is a neighborhood of single professionals and young families. Its tidy tree-lined blocks reflect the involvement of strong block associations. People who live in Murray Hill care about their neighborhood, and that care is reflected in the well-kept pocket parks, dog runs, and the other residential amenities. If you’d like a home that feels a world away from it all in the middle of the city, Murray Hill is for you.
The Pierpont Morgan Library, with its special exhibitions, is one of New York’s Gilded Age gems. It’s a great neighborhood for strolling, as traffic is diverted to surrounding avenues. Many inexpensive ethnic restaurants fill the neighborhood, most notably the wonderful Indian establishments along Lexington Avenue in the 30s, an area known as Curry Hill.

The area is in close proximity to the Midtown business district, and to the trendy clubs and high-profile restaurants of the Flatiron District. Head west to Herald Square, a nearby shopping mecca and focal point of the Marcy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.