21-05 33RD STREET

21-05 33RD STREET
ASTORIA, NY 11105

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NYC  21-05 33RD STREET 2157-05H
21-05 33RD STREET
ASTORIA, NY 11105
A beautiful two-bedroom with one bathroom. Near the subway station and many rest...
2 bedrooms $2,295
use the NQsubway line
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Located in Astoria. The surrounding neighborhood which offers world-class restaurants, organic markets, the best Greek Food in NYC, banks, gyms, bars, club, Astoria Park and much more!

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listings for 21-05 33RD STREET

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NYC Queens 21-05 33RD STREET 2127-03A A Lovely two bedroom apartment located in Astoria. This unit features stainless steel kitchen appliances, built-in microwave, hard... 2127-03A 2 1 $2,295
NYC Queens 21-05 33RD STREET 2157-05H A beautiful two-bedroom with one bathroom. Near the subway station and many restaurants. Contact us today for more information. 2157-05H 2 1 $2,295

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