123-33 83RD AVENUE

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NYC  123-33 83RD AVENUE 1503
123-33 83RD AVENUE
A newly renovated studio apartment located in Kew Gardens. This lovely studio fe...
studio $1,825
use the EFsubway line

Located at 123-133 83rd Avenue, Court Plaza is the tallest apartment complex in the neighborhood. Recently renovated, this 32 story building offers its residents such amenities as 24-hour doorman service, a laundry room, a parking garage and easy accessibility to the E and F subway lines. Additionally, it is conveniently located to the LIRR Kew Gardens stop which is only a 15 minute train ride to Midtown Manhattan.

  • Covered Parking
  • Door Attendant
  • Fitness Center
  • Health Club
  • High Speed Elevator
  • High Speed Internet
  • Laundry Facility
  • Newly Renovated Common Areas
  • Newly Renovated Units
  • On-Site Maintenance
  • On-Site Parking
  • On-Site Storage
  • Pet-Friendly

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NYC Queens 123-33 83RD AVENUE 1503 A newly renovated studio apartment located in Kew Gardens. This lovely studio features stainless steel kitchen appliances, built-i... 123-33-1503 studio 1 download $1,825
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