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Mid-Rise Apartment
Midtown, 207 E 30th St | New York
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  •  Air Conditioning
  •  Building Laundry Room
  •  Doorman Building
  •  Elevators
  •  Fireplace
  •  Fitness Center
  •  Granite Countertops
  •  Hardwood Floors
  •  Parking Available
  •  Pet Friendly
  •  Private Balconies
  •  Stainless Steel Appliances

User Rating

7.5
Good
2 Reviews

About this Location

Trader Joe’s
4 min walk
Lots of bars and
restaurants nearby
Limited nearby
public transit
Madison Square Park
11 min walk

Pricing 
updated 15 hrs ago

Studio, 1 Bath
$2,475+
1 Bedroom, 1 Bath
$3,095+
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath
$3,325+
3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
$5,145+
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(646) 593-7514
  • Building Related

    •  Elevators
  • Kitchen

    •  Dishwasher
    •  Microwave
    •  Refrigerator
    •  Stove & Oven
  • Laundry

    •  Building Laundry Room
  • Living Room

    •  Air Conditioning
    •  Fireplace
    •  Hardwood Floors
  • View

    •  Private Balconies
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Overall rating 7.5/10, based on 2 renter reviews

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Management
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Social
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Great for busybodies

Residents are mainly working professionals, so daytime is quiet and therefore was good for me since I worked from home a lot.
Good amount of sunlight if you are facing the street.
Laundry is in the basement.
No pets allowed.
NOTE: There have been cases of missing packages.

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Spacious, Lots of Light w. Balcony, Great Neighborhood, but no Amenities

The Wilshire has been a great place to leave. We have a 1-bedroom with a balcony, which makes all the difference. The management is helpful but the building does not offer any amenities at all.

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The Neighborhood

Signature Spots

dining 28 Recs

Marta
Dough Boys Pizza
Bagels & Schmear
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grocery 2 Recs

Trader Joe’s
Eataly
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convenience 2 Recs

CVS Pharmacy
Walgreens
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fitness 39 Recs

SHOCKra Dance Studio
Tone House
305 Fitness
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parks 2 Recs

Madison Square Park
Gramercy Park
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coffee 15 Recs

Perk Kafe
The Bluebell Cafe
Stumptown Coffee Roasters
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About Midtown

Midtown is the central portion of the island of Manhattan. Within Midtown are many smaller neighborhoods, including Hell's Kitchen, Chelsea, and Murray Hill. The area contains many of New York's prime tourist attractions, such as the Empire State Building, Times Square, and the Rockefeller Center. I...
Hectic
Tourists
Many Bars
Businesses
Can Get Noisy
Gramercy Park
Close to Campus
Median rents in Midtown
Studio
$
3,250
1 Bedroom
$
3,900
2 Bedroom
$
5,450

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Parking Near The Wilshire

No parking is available at The Wilshire, but there is parking nearby.
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Midtown Reviews

129 reviews
Neighborhood is great. very safe. There is a 24 hour Duane Reade right on the corner, a yoga studio next door, dry cleaner next door and Gristedes one block away. Lots of restaurants just a few blocks down. A movie theatre in Kips bay. Indian grocery stores and restaurants on Lexington ave and 28th street. Trader Joe's around there somewhere too. The closest train station is Grand Central which can get quite crowded and is a 10-12 minute walk away from the building.
I walk about 20 minutes to school, but it’s a walk through a great part of town. I have easy access to subway lines, lots of grocery stores, and I enjoy running on the west side highway. It’s also nice to be a close distance (but not necessarily TOO close) to Penn Station for travel purposes.
The neighborhood has a ton of cool bars and restaurants around along with grocery shops like Trader Joe's. Its vibrant but not a party location like some of the places in either Village so its never too loud.
Pros: close to both the ACE and the 7 subway lines; Amtrak/NJ Transit at Penn Station; and Bolt and Mega Bus by the Javits Center. The High Line is right up the street from my apartment, which takes you straight to Meatpacking and Chelsea Market. Lots of restaurants and bars nearby in Chelsea. Also a short walk to Whole Foods and 6th avenue shopping.

Cons: A bit of a walk to get to grocery stores, coffee shops, and pharmacies (~3-5 blocks). Lots of construction! Hudson Yards construction is 24/7; and the construction on 28th street between 10th and 11th avenue also goes into the weekend. The Scores and Eagle Bar noise isn't as bad, but it can get noisy on late weekend nights, with drunk and rowdy patrons smoking outside.
My apartment experience has been very good so far. It is in a very safe neighborhood and due to the location in East Midtown Manhattan, my building is in the center of public transportation, restaurants, stores, Bloomingdale's, movie theaters, gyms, etc. The only down side is that due to the way one or two of the streets nearby are located, one has to watch for pedestrian accidents as my mother had an accident when she was crossing the street and had the right of way. It can also be noisy but that's part of living in Manhattan.
PROS
* Easily accessible from a majority of transit hubs.
* Tremendous investment on the part of private and public entities, so there's a lot of development and renewarl.
* Proximity to Javits Center, Penn Station, and Time Square make it heavily policed and quite safe.

CONS
* NOISE--from the Lincoln Tunnel, the Javits, the River, the tourists, but above all else the construction
* Proximity to Javits Center, Penn Station, and Time Square can suck the character out of the location. Don't move here if you're looking to easily find a neighborhood with it's own personality (your local coffee place is going to be Starbucks and your local Italian place is going to be a hike if you want anything other than Sbarro/Olive Garden).
I think that Hell's Kitchen is one of the most underrated neighborhoods at Stern. It is a great location, between Stern and Central Park. During the summer, it's perfect! You can walk up to Central Park, go to the Hudson River, and avoid Times Square. The neighborhood has a lot of restaurants and bars as well - which make it a fun place to live. The commute to Stern is short - about 30 minutes. The only con is that the supermarkets in this area are slightly expensive (i.e. Whole Foods), and the open markets close pretty early.
Great. We live definitely closer to the West side - as in by Union Square. The farther east you go the idea is it becomes less safe. Lots to do, lots to see, and a straight shot to school

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