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685 First Avenue, New York

4.8 (6 reviews)


685 First Avenue Manhattan, New York, New York(NY) 10016

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Property ID: S00796658
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Basic Info

No Service Fee Elevator Gym 24 hours security Brand new Pets allowed Parcels collect

408 Total Units

Highest Floor 43

Built in 2018 · Renovated in 2018

685 First Avenue is a contemporary student housing in NYC. This architectural masterpiece, with its stunning black-glass exterior and luxurious interiors, offers an unparalleled living experience. Ideal for students attending CUNY Baruch College, LIM College, and NYU College of Dentistry, each apartment is meticulously designed with floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchens, and spa-inspired bathrooms. The building features a state-of-the-art fitness centre, lounge, and outdoor garden, creating a sanctuary where residents can rest and rejuvenate. Located in Midtown East, 685 First Avenue New York promises a lifestyle of convenience and excitement, with world-class restaurants like Wagamama and Shake Shack, vibrant nightlife spots such as LB33 and Cask Bar & Kitchen, and shopping destinations like Merchant Mall and Albany Plaza Shopping Center nearby. Supermarkets like Gristedes, Trader Joe's, and Fairway Market Kips Bay cater to daily needs. The building enjoys excellent connectivity, with the closest bus station at 2 Avenue & 39 St, just a 4-minute walk away, and the Grand Central-42 St metro station nearby. 



6 reviews

Amazing facilities · 2
Amazing area · 1
Great customer service · 1



13 Mar 2024 22:27

Very good, very good, very good, very good, very good
Very good, very good, very good, very good, very good



29 Nov 2022 11:22

Good apartment. Nice view, nice appliances, nice security
Good apartment. Nice view, nice appliances, nice security
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House Rules

Cancellation Policy


No refunds for cancellations. If you can't move in after signing the contract, find a subtenant or fulfill the contract as agreed. Specific policy determined by the apartment management.

Pets Policy

Pet allowed

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