is located at Stonehenge on Fifth, at 1274 Fifth Avenue between 108th and 109th streets. $3,750 three-bedroom apartment
The building, constructed in 1935, has a doorman, elevator, laundry on the premises and a live-in super.
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The leasing agent would prefer a 24-month lease, but will allow renters to sign a 12-month lease as well.
There are three big, equally sized bedrooms, there's great light in every room and the building is across the street from Central Park. Pros: Related: The 8 best websites for finding a no-fee apartment in NYC Find a great agent with BrickUnderground's Agent Referral Service Cool Stuff: RentJolt gives renters a piece of the broker pie Serial renter: Practical advice from a chronic renter Confessions of an on-site leasing agent 12 insider tips for renting in NYC