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Long Island Apartment Buildings

People who are looking for apartments will find a variety of apartment buildings and complexes with apartments of different sizes. There are apartment buildings with only a few apartments and complexes with hundreds of apartments. Some apartments are studios with one large room and a bathroom. Larger apartments have one, two or three bedrooms. Apartments with two or three bedrooms frequently have two bathrooms. One bathroom usually adjoins the master bedroom. Apartments may have washers and dryers. Other apartments have places where residents can put their own washers and dryers. Small apartment buildings usually have few property amenities. Large complexes may have pools, tennis courts, fitness centers or clubhouses. Apartments on the first floor sometimes have small yards or patios. Apartments on higher floors may have balconies.

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Avalon Garden City

998 Stewart Avenue in Garden City
(877) 607-2910

Fairfield Meadows

13 Sylvan Lane in Port Jefferson
(631) 476-3501

Heritage Square Apartments

425 Newbridge Road in East Meadow
(888) 616-1528

Medford Pond Country Club Apartments

1100 Lake Drive in Medford
(631) 696-4781

Packard Square North

41-18 Crescent Street in Long Island City
(718) 707-9449
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