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The 5 Top Midtown East Apartments

January 31, 2013

Midtown East may have the highest ratio of commuters to residents on a daily basis, but that doesn't mean it isn't a fantastic place to live. From a bustling street life to excellent, high-class restaurants at night, this is a worthy rest stop for any hustling New York businessperson. You'll find Grand Central Station, nonexistent amounts of violent crime, an excellent view of the East River, and most importantly, the convenience of being within ten minutes of your job, Times Square, and every quality club in the city. An apartment in Midtown East is a spectacular location to set up a new home. Here's the top 5 Midtown East apartments for rent now:


The Bamford


The Bamford offers a luxurious feel for a thoroughly non-luxurious price. You'll find heavy curtains, wall-to-wall Parisian carpets, and an understated elegance that really creates a mood of warmth and comfort.  Also, you can brag to your friends about how magnificent your apartment building appears to be. 

Location

333 East 56th Street, New York, NY 10022, Midtown East

Average Prices

  • Studio - $3,545
  • 1 Bedroom - $3,252
  • 2 Bedrooms - $4,914

140 East 56th Street


This building offers an excellent location for a slightly less luxurious feel and significantly cheaper price. With classic hardwood flooring, well-lit rooms and a spacious lobby, it'll fit all of your needs without going too far beyond the most important amenities. 

Location

140 East 56th Street, New York, NY 10022, Midtown East

Average Prices

  • Studio - $2,184
  • 1 Bedroom - $2,927
  • 2 Bedrooms - $3,837

150 East 57th Street


The three L's are no longer location, location, location. They're lighting, lighting, and lighting. Proper apartment design, aesthetic appeal and large, brightly lit rooms are no longer a thing of the future, but instead the biggest concern for architectural designers today. 150 East reflects this focus, offering wall to wall windows and great views of the heart of NYC. Location
150 East 57th Street, New York, NY 10022, Midtown East

Average Prices

  • Studio - $3,070
  • 1 Bedroom - $5,576
  • 2 Bedrooms - $5,319


The Bristol

The Bristol instills a taste of 70s and 80s elegance in the rushed, drab life of the New York commute, ensuring that you'll walk out every morning to a lobby that reminds you that you've made it. Looking out over a beautiful resident's space that doubles as a garden, you can find tranquility in the hustle of the NYC nightlife, or you can walk a block over and join the party anytime. 

Location

300 East 56th Street, New York, NY 10022, Midtown East

Average Prices

  • Studio - $2,995
  • 1 Bedroom - $4,692
  • 2 Bedrooms - $6,463
  • 3 Bedrooms - $8,005

121 Madison Avenue

The last, but certainly not the least of our excellent Midtown East picks, is an all-around champion; it is well priced, open, large, and has an excellent staff and set of doormen. We'll personally vouch for the quality of life there; no residents have ever approached us with negative reviews of their building, and we can only assume because the complex has an inviting, cheerful vibe. Visit it and see. 

Location

121 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016, Flatiron

Average Prices

  • Studio - $2,606
  • 1 Bedroom - $3,111
  • 2 Bedrooms - $3,512
  • 3 Bedrooms - $7,072

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