Aire – 200 West 67th Street

Aire is a luxury rental apartment building located on 67th Street in the Lincoln Center neighborhood of Manhattan. Aire is an elegant glass skyscraper that opened in 2010. Aire offers views of the city skyline, Central Park and the Hudson River.¬† Apartment features include mahogany hardwood floors, gourmet kitchens with sculpted wood cabinetry, quartz countertops and stainless steel appliance suite and luxurious baths with Dornbracht fixtures. Building amenities include private drive-court leading to a lobby, fitness center with yoga room and ballet bar, sound-proof rehearsal rooms, indoor and outdoor children’s play areas, private party and event deck with catering pavilion, elevated park with mature plantings, walking paths and reflecting pool. ¬†Aire offers studio to three-bedroom units.

Units and Pricing

There are currently nine available rental units at Aire, ranging from studios to three bedroom homes. The available studios are listed from $2,775/month to $2,970. One bedrooms range in price from $3,595/month to $4,500/month; the one two bedroom unit is listed for $6, 180/month. The largest unit available, a three bedroom home, is listed at $12,660/month. The median monthly price for the available units is $4,050; this figure for previous rentals topped out at a lower rate of $3,497.

Features and Amenities

Apartment features include mahogany hardwood floors, gourmet kitchens with sculpted wood cabinetry, quartz countertops and stainless steel appliance suite and luxurious baths with Dornbracht fixtures. Building amenities include private drive-court leading to gracious lobby, fitness center with yoga room and ballet bar, sound-proof rehearsal rooms, indoor and outdoor children’s play areas, private party and event deck with catering pavilion, elevated park with mature plantings, walking paths and reflecting pool.

Location

Aire is located at 200 West 67th Street in the heart of Lincoln Center. Step outside your doorstep at Aire and you’ll find the 1, 2 and 3 subway lines, movie theaters, Bar Bolud, shopping, dining, bars and more. The neighborhood doesn’t lack for anything, and the prices at Aire prove this. The Upper West Side was previously known for its walk-up, pre-war buildings, but glass-fronted towers like Aire, and Corner (which is, of course, around the corner from Aire) are pioneering the “rentals-with-condo-finishes and amenities” revolution in the neighborhood.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

If you can stomach the insanely high rents (prices at Aire are about twice as much as neighboring units on the Upper West Side), Aire has just about everything you could ever dream of. It’s luxury living without the commitment of a condo purchase, and it offers all the amenities that a condo building would, from the private garden with 1/2 acre park to the resident outdoor entertainment and dining area. The finishes are top of the line, but the prices at Aire reflect this. In short, if you’re willing to fork over the goods, you can live in the lap of luxury at the center of the world, just moments from Julliard, the Time Warner Center and more. Aire probably isn’t for young professionals, but it’s perfect for thirty-somethings with cash burning a whole in their pocket, and even families looking for three bedroom homes with no detail overlooked.