150 East 57th Street is a luxury apartment rental building located in Midtown Manhattan. The building stretches an impressive 34 stories above 57th Street, and offers white glove service and state of the art amenities. The building features a stunning cascading granite waterfall adjacent architecturally significant lobby, and large residences that are drenched in sunlight thanks to the building’s glass facade.
Units and Pricing
There are currently two No Fee Apartments available units for rent at 150 East 57th Street. The first is a one bedroom priced at $5,550/month; the second, a two bedroom listed for $6,250/month. The average price per square foot at 150 Easy 57th Street is just $64, which is fairly low given the Midtown neighborhood and the proximity to the land of office buildings.
Features and Amenities
. Specially commissioned sculpture and art in lobby
. 24 Hour doorman and concierge
. Granite kitchens
. Marble baths
. Crown moldings
. Custom closetry throughout
. Resident only private health club
. Resident only 45’ skylit indoor pool
. Resident manager
. Spectacular North & South city views
. The privacy of only 5 apartments per floor
. Individual storage bin for each apartment
. Maid and valet service available
Surrounded by the best Manhattan has to offer in culture, commerce, shopping and dining, 150 East 57th is located in Midtown but is just a stone’s throw from the prestigious Upper East Side and all that comes with it.
Nearby amenities include: Carnegie Hall, art galleries, The Museum of Modern Art, Hermes, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Tiffany’s, Bloomingdale’s, Bloomberg, The Four Seasons Hotel, The Plaza Hotel, Burberry, Van Cleef, Central Synagogue, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Central Park.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
150 East 57th Street is a gorgeous building with hotel-like service. Live your life as though you’ve forever checked into a 5-star hotel, thanks to state of the art amenities and round the clock service. For just $64/square foot, this building is actually quite inexpensive for Midtown, especially given the proximity to the Upper East Side. Charming and pre-war it’s not, but 150 East 57th Street is a place where you can live like a queen.