The most and least expensive rentals in the Upper East Side for the week, according to StreetEasy:
The most expensive rental listing this week rests on a high floor in the Trump Park Avenue condo building at 502 Park Avenue. The massive amount of space in this 7,132 square foot residence includes over 1500 sq ft of private outdoor space on four separate terraces. Seven spacious bedrooms in the sleeping wing, eight bathrooms, living room, formal dining room, gourmet windowed kitchen, private elevator, and a library full of stunning windows all combine to create a majestic appearance for living and entertaining. The famous landmarked prewar building provides luxury with 24 hour doorman and concierge, maid service, valet, fitness center, and beyond. Michelle Griffith from Trump International Realty lists this property with an asking rental price of $100,000.
Next on the top of the list for rentals is at 120 East 87th Street in Carnegie Hill, this exceptional residence offers five bedrooms, four and one half baths, 12 foot ceilings, and amazing views of the city skyline on the wrap terrace. The luxurious building provides a health club, yoga studio, pool, children’s lounge, and live-in management, among many other conveniences. Listed by Tal Alexander at Douglas Elliman for $55,000.
Coming in at third most expensive is this magnificent three bedroom, two and a half bath townhouse duplex which sits at 165 East 71st Street. Completely renovated, this prewar Lenox Hill home boasts a private garden, wet bar, large closets, high ceilings and a charming fireplace. The townhouse is listed by Laurie Trontz of Town Residential. Rental price is $17,000.
Top on the list of least expensive rentals is this refurbished Yorkville apartment at 1869 2nd Avenue. Large bathroom, separate kitchen, exposed brick walls, and live in management add to the charm of this quaint one bedroom apartment. Listed by Jim Mets at Susan J. Conaway and available now for $1,530 rent.
Next least expensive is this adorable apartment home at 401 East 73rd Street. Hardwood floors, open ceilings, separate kitchen, and spacious closets make this space truly live-able and loveable. Laundry in the building is an added benefit. Available through RPM Realty by Isabelle Harrington. Rent is $1,550.
Also on the least expensive list is 300 E. 70th Street in Lenox Hill. This junior one bedroom apartment lies on floor 2 of a prewar walk-up building with live in management. Wood floors, French doors, queen sized separate bedroom, pass through kitchen and renovated bath. Perfectly located close to shops and restaurants. Listed by Katzen Group. Renting for $1,550.