This week’s list of most and least expensive rentals is derived from information obtained through StreetEasy.
At the top of this week’s most expensive rental list sits an elegant condo at 530 Park Avenue. An incredible post-war property, this apartment offers 2,500 square feet of living space including three bedrooms, three baths, and one powder room. Classic features such as parquet hardwood floors and crown moldings, combine with modern amenities and modern design to create a unique living opportunity. Large entry, open living room with pocket doors, connected dining room, top of the line kitchen with breakfast area, tons of closet space, and washer/dryer in the apartment. Windows exposed to the north and east mean plenty of light, and a private courtyard with French garden including a reflecting pool offers outdoor solace from the city. This white glove building includes private fitness center, 24 hour doorman/concierge, library with billiards, sitting rooms, children’s playroom, elevator, and bicycle storage. A rare opportunity offered for $38,000 per month by Edward Seisdedos at Douglas Elliman.
This classic five bedroom home embodies Fifth Avenue living with direct views of the park from 995 5th Avenue. Built in 1926 by Candela, this renovation contains 26 private homes with luxurious finishing such as hardwood inlaid floors, imported stones, and ceiling moldings. Updated infrastructure offers top security and technology with possible concierge direct home automation. The 2,000+ square feet includes five baths, one half bath, roomy living room, separate dining room, gallery, chef’s kitchen, and large master suite. Building offers spa, breakfast lounge, library/billiards, 24 hour concierge/doorman, live in management, bike room, and wine specialist. Offered for rent by Brennan Zahler at Corcoran for $35,000 per month.
Townhouse living in Lenox Hill provides single family independence in this rental at 310 East 69th Street. Five floors plus basement are included in this unbelievable living space with four bedrooms, three baths, one half bath, living room, dining room with attached kitchen, garage, library, extra office space, top floor studio opening to an incredible rooftop terrace. Closets galore, foyer with grand staircase, and an enclose terrace off of the master bath bring luxury to a new level. This rental is listed by Laurie Trontz at Douglas Elliman for $30,000 monthly rent.
On the more affordable end of the spectrum lies this Yorkville studio at 300 East 92nd Street. Cozy and clean with bright window light, this apartment is only one flight up. Exposed brick and hardwood floors add charm to this $1,595 rental listed by Amedeo Pelin at Citi Habitats.
Next comes this one flight up studio on a charming treed street with landmark building, located at 508 East 79th. Apartment complex offers laundry facility for tenants, on-site management office, security from 10pm to 6am. Rent, including basic utilities, is $1,625 monthly with no fee. Property listed at City & Suburban Leasing.
A charming Yorkville studio with decorative fireplace is situated at 511 East 87th Street. Hardwood floors, large south-facing picture window, high ceilings, and large closets make this a great little home. Listed by Allan Glasser at Glasser Realty LLC for $1,650 per month rent.