Studio at 1812 Second Avenue

For rent at $1,875 per month. Available August 7. This charming studio features renovated kitchen and bath, high ceilings, exposed brick walls, hardwood floors, and its own A/C unit. This apartment is currently occupied and can be shown by appointment only. Please call the leasing office one day in advance to arrange a viewing. And here is our furniture plan we have prepared for a similar unit, just on a higher floor, back in December of 2013 – still applicable! Hope you will find this helpful :-)

Rent it directly from the owner:

1812 Second Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Apartment #2-RS (studio, 1 bath)
Rent: $1,875
Call: (212) 570-2400

Eberhart Brothers Inc.

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Listing information, pictures and floor plan credit:

Founded in 1927, Eberhart Brothers Inc. is a family-run real estate company that owns and manages more than 1,000 apartments in some of Manhattan’s most desirable neighborhoods. We are justly proud of an unbroken 80-year history of first-rate design and construction, as well as our attentive personal service to tenants.

Most of our apartments are located in low-rise buildings with turn-of-the-century charm and high ceilings that are seldom found in new construction. Our in-house architectural and construction-management staff produces a wide range of stylish and well-finished apartments that appeal to a wide variety of residents.

Eberhart Brothers offers rental units in many different sizes and configurations, including studios to four-bedroom apartments and two- to three-story penthouses. Many apartments also have garden patios or rooftop terraces. We are confident you will find the right apartment for you among the wide variety in our portfolio.

Lastly, our leasing agents are available seven days a week without appointment. Many of our staff are also our tenants and are justifiably proud of what they do.

Please note: apartment availability is always subject to change without notice; apartments are usually still available at the time we make the post, but in New York it is a matter of hours, not days, when they get rented. When contacting the management company, always ask for comparable options. Good luck in your search!

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