This week’s list of most and least expensive rentals comes from information obtained through StreetEasy.
At the top of the most luxurious rentals this week sits this two bedroom, two bath high floor apartment at 404 East 79th Street #22H. Incredible views of the East River and Empire State Building from the huge living room picture window and side balcony. This luxury white glove condominium building, Hampton House, features a sky lit rooftop pool, sauna, health club free to tenants, fountain in lobby, elevator, concierge, doorman, garage, laundry in building, and live in management. Apartment includes microwave and dishwasher. Rental listing offered by Jeffry Appell and Michael N. Appell for $44,000 per month.
Dreamy Park Avenue condo located at 1055 Park Ave only two blocks from Central Park in Carnegie Hill. Three bedroom duplex apartment home, three baths, one half bath, maid’s room that could be converted to fourth bedroom, direct elevator access from the sixth floor, large living room, gourmet fitted kitchen, and formal dining room. Frosted glass staircase leads to the seventh floor which houses the private bedroom wing with master suite and two other bedrooms which are adjoined by a white marble bath. Home offers a smart technology system with central air, and full sized laundry room. Building amenities include doorman, elevator, concierge, fitness center, and live in management. Listing provided by Raphael De Niro at Douglas Elliman for $32,000 per month.
A Lenox Hill beauty sits at 181 East 65th Street. In triple-mint condition, The Chatham building designed by Robert A.M. Stern feels like a prewar apartment, even though it was built in 1965. Traditional gallery leading from the foyer, there is a large corner living room and connected dining room. The master suite contains custom cabinets, two walk-in closets, large marble bath with incredible windows. Second and third bedrooms offer ensuite baths, and third bedroom is currently fitted with custom mahogany bookcases to be used as a study. Building provides concierge, doorman, elevator, gym, bike room, resident building manager, and pets are allowed. Rental listing by Marie Yeljenic at DJK Residential for $26,500 per month.
This week’s most affordable home on the Upper East Side sits at 1490 First Avenue. This two room studio apartment has an eat in kitchen, separate alcove for sleeping, high ceilings, hardwood floors, and pets are allowed. The four story building contains six units. Listing provided by Patricia Gaughran at High Line NYC Realty for monthly rent of $1,525.
A Yorkville studio for rent sits at 538 East 85th Street. Spacious room with hardwood floors, double door closet, separate kitchen, large bathroom, and two large windows. Heat water and gas are included in the $1,600 per month rent. Single occupancy only in a building with live in management, bike room, laundry, package room, and available extra storage. Rental listing by Tosh Marks at Chartwell Manhattan Realty.
Another Yorkville beauty is available for rent at 1827 Second Avenue. This studio apartment is brightly lit with a separate kitchen, French doors, hardwood floors, and large closets. Building is a five story prewar walkup built in 1900. Listed at Corcoran by Philip B. Horigan for $1,600 per month rent.