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Churchill at 300 East 39th is a beautiful 27 floor building located in Midtown Manhattans East Side, near the United Nations, Grand Central Station, the Theater District,and Times Square, with easy access to the subway at 42nd Street and Grand Central Station with the 4, 5, 6, 7 and S subway lines. This beautiful property has an elegant lobby designed by David Rockwell, and offers magnificent amenities including a full-time Concierge, 24-hour Doorman, Sun Deck with panoramic city views, Business Center, state of the art Fitness Center fee applies, Valet and Dry Cleaning services, Bicycle Room, and a Residents Lounge with Billiards and Childrens Room. Party facilities and garage parking available with fee. These spacious apartments feature separate living, sleeping and dining areas, large walk-in closets, double pane windows, beautiful marble baths, washer and dryers, and extra storage. Enjoy the convenience and savings of home cooking in the fully-equipped kitchens with granite kitchen countertops. Housekeeping service is available. Churchill Corporate Services help you feel At Home Anywhere with corporate housing and extended stay rentals with hotel-style amenities throughout New York City, the East Coast and Nationwide. From luxury high rise apartments to upscale condominiums in secure communities, all of our apartments are completely furnished and available at a variety of budgets with no broker fees. Churchills apartments are typically available for extended-stay travelers 30 days or longer, but shorter stays are available at select locations.
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Midtown East - Grand Central: Some of NYC’s best-known landmarks are north of 14th and south of 59th—or Midtown Manhattan. Its eastern half is home to many iconic skyscrapers, such as the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and Rockefeller Center. On Madison Avenue, ad execs help influence consumer spending on Fifth Avenue. Other highlights include Grand Central Station, the United Nations, and the Diamond District.