The Pavilion is a luxury apartment rental building located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The Pavilion was perhaps the largest, most impressive high-rise luxury apartment of its day, transforming York Avenue when it was first built. The building offers one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, perfect to accommodate growing families. A premiere Upper East Side address, The Pavilion offers an elegant circular drive entryway with two 24-hour doorman, a 24-hour attended garage, a shuttle bus to shopping and transit, multiple rooftop sun decks, valet and maid service and more.
Units and Pricing
There are currently four available units for rent at The Pavilion, ranging in size from two to three bedrooms. There are three two bedroom units for rent, ranging in price from $4,195 to $5,495/month; as well as one three bedroom unit listed at $6,995/month. The average price per square foot for the previous rental listings, of which there are 166, is $42. The median price for the four active rental listings is $4,895/month.
Features and Amenities
As stated above, The Pavilion offers well sized one, two and three bedroom apartments. The building offers an elegant lobby and circular drive with two 24-hour doorman, a 24-hour attended garage with security garage, shuttle bus service to shopping and public transit, an on-premises shopping arcade, landscaped rooftop sun decks, valet and maid service available and more.
The Pavilion is located adjacent to John Jay Park and sits just steps from some of New York City’s finest schools. The Upper East Side is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan, thanks to its quiet, tree-lined streets and gorgeous architecture. Once a haven for the wealthy and upper class folks, it’s become a place that also suits the upwardly mobile. The neighborhood has drawn bars, eateries and shopping destinations onto its streets, so you’ll never lack for something to do.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
The Pavilion offers historical Upper East Side residences with lots of light and a good amount of space. The building is situated right across from a park, and while it’s not exactly the most convenient of locations, The Pavilion offers a shuttle bus that will take you right to the action if need be. The building offers a quiet, well-maintained home on a quaint, tree-lined street. What could be better?