The Madison Belvedere is a rental apartment building located in Murray Hill on 29th Street. The Madison Belvedere is located just steps from Madison Square Park, convenient to Chelsea, Midtown and Union Square. The building provides doorman living and studio, one and two bedroom units, as well as a fifty-story high, 360° wraparound sun deck. These apartments feature handsome kitchens and baths, abundant closet space and several have balconies. The mid-block tower has 396 apartments, and is set in a lot across the street from The Little Church Around the Corner. The residents only fitness center at The Madison Belvedere boasts Cybex equipment, and residents also enjoy in-building dry cleaning and on-site parking.
Units and Pricing
There are currently four available rental units at The Madison Belvedere, ranging from $3,250 to $5,095/month. Three of the available units are one bedroom apartments, the fourth available unit is a two bedroom home. The two bedroom unit is priced at $5,095, the highest current list price. Previous rental listings (of which there are 303) ranged from $2,225/month for a studio to $6,795 for a two bedroom, two bath unit. The average price per square foot at The Madison Belvedere is $65.
Features and Amenities
Kitchens at The Madison Belvedere boast white tile floors, Maytag appliances and paised panel cabinetry and granite countertops. Bathrooms feature Botticini Fiorito marble floors, countertops and tub surrounds are punctuated with polished chrome fixtures. Apartments at The Madison Belvedere are spacious and many units boast three-sided balconies.
Amenities include full service concierge, 24-hour doorman, Washer and dryer on every floor, The Spa & Club (a residents-only fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment and spa treatment services), 50-story high, 360º wraparound sundeck, on-site valet services, including shoe repair and dry cleaning, on-site resident parking available, and ATM banking.
The Madison Belvedere is located in Murray Hill on 29th Street, right near the beloved Madison Square Park, home of the famous Shake Shack, as well as a bevy of renowned restaurants. Murray Hill is known for its amount of bars per capita, but nightlife isn’t the only thing the neighborhood has to offer. Restaurants are a plenty, from the A-list ones mentioned above and the more hole-in the wall places. You’re also just a few blocks from Midtown business district; 10 blocks down, you’re in the heart of the Flatiron shopping district.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
Young renters will love Murray Hill for its combination of bars and restaurants, and the apartments at The Madison Belvedere are well equipped for young professionals. The residences range from studios to two bedroom apartments, so the building might not work for families, but the apartments are perfect for individuals or roommate duos. The amenities, including the 5o story high wraparound roof deck and fitness center, provide all you need to work and play comfortably.