Archstone Murray Hill – 245 East 40th Street

Archstone Murray Hill is a luxury high rise apartment building located in Manhattan’s Murray Hill neighborhood. The building is located just two blocks from Grand Central Terminal, so it’s perfect for those who have to do the reverse commute, or even just those who like to get out of the city on the weekends. The building is working on a renovated rooftop deck that will boast an indoor swimming pool and sauna open year round. Currently, residents enjoy a 24-hour doorman and concierge, a state of the art fitness center,  a club suite and more. Apartments come in studio, one and two bedrooms and offer updated kitchens with granite countertops, hardwood floors, spacious closets and central heat and air.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units at Archstone Murray Hill, a testament to the building’s popularity. Previous units ranged in price from $2,300/month for a 532 square foot studio to $6,475/month for a two bedroom, two bath unit with 1,107 square feet. The average price per square foot at Archstone Murray Hill is $61.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Archstone Murray Hill offer spacious layouts with hardwood and tile floors, oversized closets, central heat and air conditioning, private balconies and beautiful kitchens outfitted with granite countertops, frost-free refrigerators, gas stove, microwaves and dishwashers. Bathrooms boast marble vanities; some units have computer alcoves. There are laundry facilities on each floor of Archstone Murray Hill, and the building offers a 24-hour doorman and concierge. There is also a state of the art fitness center with cardio theater equipment, resistance machines and free weights, as well as  ”Club Suite” which offers seating for up to 55 people, a full kitchen, fireplace, balcony and free wireless internet. Archstone Murray Hill will soon reveal it’s renovated rooftop deck, which will now boast an indoor swimming pool and sauna set to be open year round.

Location

Archstone Murray Hill is located with walking distance to Times Square, the Empire State Building, Grand Central, Radio City, East River Park, Bryant Park, Rockefeller Center, the United Nations and more. Murray Hill is known for its neighborhood feel; the streets there are riddled with restaurants, bars and boutiques. Archstone East 39th Street is located close to Grand Central Station, which offers subway access and bus access, as well as the shuttle to Times Square.

Archstone East 39th Street – 300 East 39th Street

Archstone East 39th Street is a luxury apartment rental building located in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan. The building boasts a 24-hour doorman, a David Rockwell-designed lobby, a video conference and business center, entertainment and party facilities, valet maid and dry cleaning service, pet friendly apartments, a state of the art fitness center, a rooftop terrace and more. Apartments are spacious, ranging in size from studios to two bedrooms and boast floor to ceiling windows, individual washer/dryers, oversized rooms, parquet flooring and more.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units at Archstone East 39th Street, a testament to the popularity of the building. Previous units ranged in price from $3,160/month to $8,000 month. The average price per square foot at Archstone East 39th Street is $68.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Archstone East 39th Street offer floor to ceiling windows, individual

washer/dryer units, oversized rooms and linen closets, high-gloss parquet flooring, white-on-white appliance packages which include microwaves, gas ovens, dishwashers and refrigerators, granite countertops, bathrooms fitted with marble tile, pedestal sinks and built-in toiletry cabinets and central heat and air conditioning. The building offers a 24-hour concierge service, an elegant David Rockwell-designed lobby, a video conference and business center, entertainment and party facilities, valet, maid and dry cleaning service, a state of the art fitness center, a rooftop terrace and bicycle room.

Location

Archstone East 39th Street is located with walking distance to Times Square, the Empire State Building, Grand Central, Radio City, East River Park, Bryant Park, Rockefeller Center, the United Nations and more. Murray Hill is known for its neighborhood feel; the streets there are riddled with restaurants, bars and boutiques. Archstone East 39th Street is located close to Grand Central Station, which offers subway access and bus access, as well as the shuttle to Times Square.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Archstone East 39th Street offers all the convenience of living in Midtown without actually having to do so – instead, the building is situated in Murray Hill, an area known for its proliferation of young professionals. Bars and restaurants abound on the streets of Murray Hill – but the commute to work in Midtown, as well as Times Square, the crossroads of the city, is simple. Getting around is easy, but with a neighborhood like Murray Hill and the top of the line apartment feature and amenities of Archstone East 39th, you might never leave.

Murray Hill Manor – 166 East 34th Street

Murray Hill Manor is a luxury high rise rental apartment building located on 34th Street in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan. The building offers spacious studio, one and two bedroom apartments with updated kitchens and great skyline views. Some top level residences boast wood burning fireplaces, a rarity in new rental builds these days. Murray Hill Manor offers a beautifully decorated lobby with a 24-hour doorman, landscaped rooftop deck, garage,  concierge service and on-site laundry.

Units and Pricing

There is currently just one apartment for rent, a one bedroom listed at $3,095/month. Previous rental listings ranged in price from $2,100 to $6,395/month. The average price per square foot at Murray Hill Manor is $47.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Murray Hill Manor are spacious and sunlit and boast updated kitchens with granite countertops, light wood cabinetry, tile floors and top of the line appliances. Bathrooms are done in marble and granite. Gas and heat are included, and all units offer air conditioning, thermal pane windows, dishwashers and more. Select top floor units boast wood-burning fireplaces. The building offers concierge services, a 24-hour attended lobby, valet service, an attended garage, laundry and a landscaped rooftop deck.

Location

Murray Hill Manor is located on 34th Street in the heart of Murray Hill and just a short walk the Midtown business district, Grand Central station and more. It is surrounded by fine shopping at Murray Hill, major medical centers, and the river esplanade. Midtown Manhattan is home to some of the best Manhattan has to offer such as Rockefeller Center and Broadway. The neighborhood is known for its bars, restaurants and coffee shops, as well as its small town (in a big city) feel.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Murray Hill Manor offers spacious, updated apartments without all the bells and whistles – but for a great price. The building’s location can’t be beat, with the restaurants, bars and shops of Murray Hill calling your name. Meanwhile, Midtown is just a short walk away, making for an easy morning commute. Grand Central and Penn Station aren’t far either, so getting out of the city is a cinch. Top floor residences are Murray Hill Manor are even nicer, offering wood-burning fireplaces.

The Murray Hill – 115 East 34th Street

The Murray Hill is a luxury apartment rental building located in the Murray Hill neighborhood on the east side of Manhattan. The Murray Hill boasts 21 stories with apartments ranging in size from studios to convertible three bedrooms. Many apartments feature balconies, and all feature skyline views and passthrough kitchens with wood cabinetry and granite counters. The building has a 24-hour attended lobby and a landscaped garden.

Units and Pricing

There are currently three units for rent at The Murray Hill, ranging in size from studios to two bedrooms and in price from $2,195 to $5,695/month. The average price per square foot at The Murray Hill is $56.

Features and Amenities

Many apartments feature  balconies; all boast spectacular skyline views and pass-through kitchens with maple wood cabinetry and granite counters. Some have wood-burning fireplaces. Every residence has large, thermopane picture windows and Botticino marble bathrooms. The 24 hour attended lobby leads to a landscaped private garden reserved exclusively for use by the tenants. Valet service is available, and the building offers a landscaped rooftop deck and on-site laundry.

Location

The Murray Hill is located on 34th Street in the heart of Murray Hill and just a short walk the Midtown business district, Grand Central station and more. It is surrounded by fine shopping at Murray Hill, major medical centers, and the river esplanade. Midtown Manhattan is home to some of the best Manhattan has to offer such as Rockefeller Center and Broadway. The neighborhood is known for its bars, restaurants and coffee shops, as well as its small town (in a big city) feel.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

The Murray Hill offers spacious, sun-drenched apartments and a great location. It’s perfect for young professionals, recent graduates and those who want to live right in the heart of all the action. Those who work in Midtown will find their commute is easy and short. The Murray Hill might not offer a bevy of fancy amenities, but with a variety of restaurants, shops and bars around, who needs to spend time in the building?

Parc East – 240 East 27th Street

Parc East is a luxury apartment rental building located on the cusp of Manhattan’s Gramercy and Murray Hill neighborhoods. Apartments at Parc East boast individually controlled heat and AC, spacious closets, linen closets and more. The building is within walking distance to the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, 3rd Avenue’s fantastic shops and lively restaurants. Parc East is close to FDR Drive and the Midtown Tunnel.

Units and Pricing

There is currently only one unit available at Parc East, a one bedroom listed at $4,475/month. The price per square foot is $48. Previous rental listings ranged in price from $2,980 to $15,000/month (for the penthouse unit).

Features and Amenities

Units at Parc East feature individually controlled air conditioning, high speed internet access, linen closets, amazing views, walk-in closets, mini blinds, updated kitchens with stainless steel appliances and marble baths as well as a spacious closets. Building amenities include concierge service, a fitness center, laundry facility, a package service, renter’s insurance available, valet dry cleaning service available and on site management staff.

Location

Parc East is located on East 27th Street on the cusp of three neighborhoods: Kips Bay, Gramercy Park and Murray Hill. Gramercy Park brings the prestige, while Kips Bay and Murray Hill bring the neighborhood charm and the streets packed with eateries, boutiques, bars and coffee shops. Parc East is located fairly far east, so all the units boast river views, and the path along the East River is perfect for runners and picnickers alike.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Parc East offers an easy commute to Midtown Manhattan with all the quiet and charm of three quintessentially New York neighborhoods. Residents will enjoy the amenities without having to pay for anything over the top, and the apartments have been perfectly well renovated.

The Montrose – 308 East 38th Street

The Montrose is a luxury rental building in Murray Hill. It’s a boutique residence, boasting only 92 units in total. The building boasts an elegant attended lobby with a waterfall, a 24-hour doorman and concierge, a resident’s lounge, fitness center, and more, as well as spacious, comfortable apartments. Every residence at The Montrose has a washer/dryer, resident controlled air conditioning, multiple telephone lines and high speed internet access. The building is conveniently located to The United Nations complex on the east side of Manhattan, as well as the office buildings of Midtown Manhattan.

Units and Pricing

There is currently only one available unit for rent at The Montrose, a two bedroom apartment listed at $4,350/month. Previous rental listings, of which there are 86, ranged in price from $2,295 to $4,900/month. The average price per square foot at The Montrose is $49.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at The Montrose are spacious and sun-filled thanks to oversized windows. Kitchens boast with Brazilian Verde Candeas granite countertops, Cinza slate floors and solid wood cabinets. Bathrooms are as elegant, thanks to Crema Perla marble floors, walls and vanities. Every residence at The Montrose has a washer/dryer, resident controlled heating and air conditioning, multiple telephone lines, and high-speed internet access. Amenities include the well-appointed lobby with a 24-hour concierge and doorman, a gym, a resident’s lounge and a landscaped sun terrace.

Location

The Montrose is located in Murray Hill, a neighborhood best known for its bars and restaurants and young professional feeling. Just steps from the front door of The Montrose, you’ll find eateries, night spots, cafes and food markets galore. All your luxury and everyday needs, from couturier fashions to shoe repair, can be satisfied close to home.  St. Vartan Park and the East River are also close by, for those who prefer a more outdoorsy life.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

As stated above, Murray Hill is a neighborhood chock full of young professionals, and its amenities reflect this fact. The streets are chock full of boutiques, bars and restaurants primed for those who prefer all night partying to a quiet night in. This being said, Murray Hill has a great neighborhood feel, and The Montrose offers all the amenities one could want in a doorman building for a great price. There’s no need to overspend elsewhere when you can get a gym, doorman, concierge and a light-filled, spacious apartment at The Montrose.

The Madison Belvedere – 10 East 29th Street

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.

Location

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.