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?