Murray Hill is bordered by Gramercy on the south and 42nd Street on the north and Fifth Avenue and Second Avenue, but it feels like no place else in Manhattan. Younger and more energetic than its neighbors, Murray Hill is home to a hopping bar and restaurant scene on Third Avenue, as well as a host of shopping options, ranging from funky boutiques to big-name retail. It's easier to find a good time -- or at least a good burger and a beer -- in Murray Hill than anywhere else in the city north of 14th Street, but it's also surprisingly easy to find a classic Manhattan luxury rental apartment. Murray Hill's popularity among young professionals has led to an explosion of new-construction luxury rental apartment buildings, and a bumper crop of apartments for rent.
What makes Murray Hill stand out, relative to the rest of Manhattan real estate, is just how diverse its apartment stock is. Stately pre-war rental apartments to rival those of the Upper East Side can be found at 20 Park Avenue and 4 Park Avenue. Just blocks away, though, are such ultra-modern, amenity-packed new-construction rental buildings as The Anthem and The Montrose.
Murray Hill offers exceptional mass transit access, with the 4, 5, 6 train running down the neighborhood's spine and a host of dependable crosstown buses putting the rest of the city within reach. A scene unto itself, distinctly New York and simultaneously distinctly different, Murray Hill is one of the most desirable residential neighborhoods in Manhattan for a good reason -- it's truly unique, and filled with some uniquely appealing rental listings.
The first co-op building in Manhattan, 121 Madison Avenue now offers luxury rentals in Murray Hill. With an elegant pre-war charm, the building boasts marble bathrooms, fireplaces, and private terraces. Residents can also enjoy the quiet, yet active nightlife of Murray Hill.
Situated in Manhattan’s bustling neighborhood of Midtown South, 184 Lexington Avenue is a 17-story apartment building, offering 96 apartments for rent. The post-war mid-rise was originally constructed in 1984, and the modernly designed structure is an elegant site in this area of New York City.
With a name that reflects its prestigious Manhattan location, the Upper East Side’s 20 Park Avenue offers 99 luxury rental units in a 19-floor building. Although constructed in 1939, 20 Park exudes a modern attributes, such as on-site laundry, 24-hour doorman service, and contemporary finishes throughout.
This low-rise in Murray Hill boasts an impressive 102 luxury units, all fully equipped with gourmet chef kitchens featuring stainless steel appliances and marble breakfast bars.
Offering luxury apartments for rent in the neighborhood of Kips Bay, 201 East 30th Street places residents in one of Manhattan’s quietest residential areas. The pre-war low-rise is home to 52 apartments, and provides residents with on-site laundry services, as well as a live-in super to quickly respond to any at-home needs.
A 20-story high-rise building in Manhattan’s Murray Hill neighborhood, 30 Park Avenue offers 237 apartments for rent. All apartments come furnished with top-of-the line cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and large bay windows. 30 Park Avenue also enjoys a prime location by the Morgan Library and Grand Central Station.
325 Fifth Avenue is a luxury post-war high-rise with 250 units and a suite of amenities that matches it's famous address.
As a high-rise apartment building in Manhattan’s Murray Hill, 4 Park Avenue boasts 364 luxury rentals in one of the city’s most quaint neighborhoods. Along with a highly sought-after Park Avenue address, residents can take advantage of 24-hour concierge services, on-site laundry, and a private parking garage.
40 Park Avenue is one several beige-brick buildings apartment buildings designed by Emery Roth on Park Avenue in Murray Hill. Its expansive layouts, many featuring terraces, offer dynamic views of the area.
Located on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 38th Street, the building offers residents spectacular views of some of Manhattan's most famous sites, including New York Harbor and the Empire State Building.