• $11,375

no fee

  • 3 beds
  • 2 baths


  • Available:04/13/2024
  • Days on market:230
  • Last price change:$125 (1%) about 2 months ago

Discover the epitome of luxurious city living in this stunning three-bedroom, two-full bathroom gem in the coveted Upper East Side. Modern Bathrooms Microwave Stainless Steel Appliances Dishwasher Energy Efficient Appliances Hardwood Flooring Washer Dryer Refrigerator 24 Hour Lobby Attendant Pet-Friendly Live-In Super On-Site Maintenance On site Maintenance

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Maintenance Rating

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Typical for luxury buildings in excellent condition

Bed Bug History

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Next Steps

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    to see the apartment

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    The leasing office will email you back to confirm, meet at the building for your tour

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Closing Tips

  • for any apartment on your tour
  • Income must be 40x rent, 80x with guarantors
  • Once your application is approved (1-2 days), they will email you instructions for lease signing. You will need a cashier's check or money order for first month's rent and security deposit


There’s a reason why the Upper East Side is one of Manhattan’s most desired locations: there is something for everyone, and only steps away. For those seeking respite away from the bustling metropolis or looking for outdoor activities, Central Park is the perfect sanctuary. Some of the world’s most famous museums, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, the Frick Collection, the Whitney Museum of American Art, are all within a short walk of one another. Luxury apartment buildings stand alongside historic brownstones, a stark contrast in architectural aesthetic but not quality of life.  The 4/5/6 subway is the Upper East Side’s main line of public transportation, running underneath Lexington Avenue from 59th Street to 96th Street.