Girls Prefer Apartments with Pool Rather than with BBQ in Jersey City

Why do girls prefer a pool instead of a BBQ in luxury apartments Jersey City NJ?

 

First, the BBQs in Jersey City luxury apartments for rent… BBQs represent cooking chores and girls have to do enough of that as it is. A BBQ is just an outside cooking device with big flames. BBQs are messy, hot, smoky and not fun to clean up at all. It’s not like you can turn on the auto-clean button on your gourmet kitchen’s stove and come back a few hours later and the stove is clean. Nope, not with a BBQ.

You have to scrub it and that burnt charcoal stuff on the grill gets all over the place. Now, girls don’t mind eating, of course. However, we would much rather be served our food by a man that prepared it on the BBQ rather than have to go to the grocery store, pick it out, stand in line to pay for it, tote it to those luxury rentals in Jersey City, prep the food, cook it and then have to clean it up.

Now a swimming pool is all about relaxation time. No stress, no laundry, no toilet to clean, and possible escape time. What could be better than floating around on a flotation chair with a cocktail with an umbrella in it while basking in the sun’s glow? Need some exercise time? There you go, take a dive and swim some laps back and forth.

Poolside is the perfect place to work on your tan and many rentals in Jersey City have swimming pools on their roof decks. And because New Jersey is a seasonal state, girls can even find indoor swimming pools usually attached to state-of-the-art fitness centers in luxury rentals in Jersey City. 

You can check the places here http://theonenj.com/site/amenities.php

Yes, girls prefer the fun of swimming pools over the dread of cleaning a BBQ!

Historic Murray Hill on Manhattans East Side Has New Luxury Apartment

Manhattan East side NYC luxury rentals at House39Murray Hill is a neighborhood in Midtown Manhattan with boundaries at East 34th Street to the south, East 40th Street to the north, Madison Avenue to the west, and Third Avenue to the east and faces east on the East River.

Where did Murray Hill get its name?

Murray Hill got its name from the Murray family, an Irish/Quaker shipping and trading merchant family that dominated the area through much of the 18th century. The patriarch, Robert Murray arrived in the United States in 1732 and settled in New York in 1753. For several years, descendants of the Murray family fought to keep the area purely residential, limiting real estate building to only “brick and stone dwellings.” Today, a good portion of the original neighborhood still remains with its rich historical flavor. Some 60 buildings still exist from the 1890’s making Murray Hill one of the most historical residential areas in Manhattan.

How is the commute from Murray Hill?

Murray Hill is conveniently located in central Midtown. Need the train? Grand Central Station is an 8 minute walk. 33rd Street Subway Station is located at the intersection of Park Avenue and 33rd Street in Murray Hill and it is served by the 6 subway trains. With the train and subway stations so close, Murray Hill is ideal for all commuters.

Where can you find affordable apartments for rent in Midtown New York?

The answer is House 39 at 225 East 39th Street. Murray Hill blends the old historical brownstones with the new skyscrapers. Newly completed, this curving glass residential tower is 37 stories with 372 units and was built through the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development. There are 75 units set aside for affordable housing for rent. Now anyone can afford a Manhattan luxury apartment in East Side and enjoy all the amenities of a luxury apartment without the usual Manhattan pricing. Residents have access to a 24-hour attended lobby, on-site resident manager, 2nd Floor Club terrace with outdoor children’s play area, lawn, fire pit, game lounge, indoor children’s playroom, 35th Floor Sky terrace with lounge, whirlpools, sauna, fitness center and indoor pool, laundry, bike room, and storage lockers.

And bonus – no fees! Visit House 39’s website to learn more or call them for availability or perhaps a tour at (212) 661-3900.