This week’s list of most and least expensive rentals comes from information obtained through StreetEasy.
On the luxurious end of Manhattan’s rentals this week comes this exquisite condo with incredible views at 151 East 85th Street in the Lucida. This five bedroom, five bath condo has never before been offered as a rental, and is available furnished or unfurnished. Stunning floor-to-ceiling windows provide the optimal view for this high-floor home. Chef’s eat-in kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances offers extra seating. Open living and dining rooms offer beautifully paneled wall storage. One bedroom is currently a media and gaming room while four other bedrooms are situated in the private section of the apartment. Each of these contains an ensuite bath. Master suite offers even more privacy with its own hallway, designer built-ins, morale bath, and custom walk-in closet. Audio wiring for sound and zone-controlled temp for comfort, as well as UV blocked quiet windows for modern luxury. The Lucida offers the finest of amenities including doorman, concierge, playroom, game room, gym, spa, attended pool, elevator, bike room, and lounge. Listed for rent by Stephanie Batesky at Douglas Elliman for $45,000 per month.
Also available furnished is this luxurious five bedroom condo located at 188 East 78th Street. With over 3,700 square feet of living space, this high-floor, bright and light home is sophisticated and stylish. With room for entertaining, this residence has been carefully renovated to include wide-plank wood floors, marble baths, open views, central air, custom lighting, and sound system. A semi-private elevator landing leads to a long entrance gallery and then a huge corner double living room with expansive windows. Chef’s kitchen includes state-of-the-art appliances, designer cabinetry, slate floors, and a Juliet balcony. Other rooms include the library/media room, powder room, and separate laundry. The private bedroom hallway offers the master suite with windowed bath, four large bedrooms and two other large bathrooms. White-glove living includes doorman and concierge, garage, gym, screening room, playroom, garden, roof deck, and business center. Listing offered by Cathy Franklin at Brown Harris Stevens for $42,000 per month rent.
This home exudes lightness and air with huge floor to ceiling windows, located at 145 East 76th Street. With four bedrooms, three and a half baths, hardwood floors, ten foot ceilings, and south-facing Juliet balconies, this prewar style home offers almost 2,500 square feet of living space. Living space include formal dining room, open living room with built-ins, chef’s eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Washer and dryer are also included. The building offers a gym, common garden, bike room, playroom, doorman, concierge, and laundry in building. Listed for rent at Stribling by Judith Durham at $27,500 per month.
Looking toward the more affordable apartment rentals this week brings out this charming studio apartment at 1713 2nd Avenue in Yorkville. Renovated with two rooms and one bath, this apartment offers lovely hardwood floors, an exposed brick wall, two east-facing windows, and a windowed bath. Kitchen is newly updated with full size appliances. Heat and hot water are included in rent. Listing by Udi Livne at RMR Apartments LLC for $1,475 monthly rent.
Next on the list comes this Lenox Hill studio ideally located at 1020 Third Avenue. With hardwood floors, exposed brick wall, and a renovated kitchen with recently replaced appliances, this apartment has charm and sunlight. The prewar walkup is five stores and sixteen units total. Listed for rent by Dean Zingmond at Rudd Group for $1,475 monthly.
Between First and Second, this front-facing studio is situated at 315 East 78th Street. Sized to fit a queen sized bed and sofa, this apartment offers an updated kitchen as well as an updated bath in this prewar, four story walkup building. Listed for rent by Gail Siller at Prince Real Esate for $1,525 per month.