NYC Apartments for Rent Near High Schools in Midtown East

Midtown East is a leading Manhattan neighborhood for high schools, making it easy for renters to find a good school in this district. Apartment renters - even those who don’t have kids - should take a look at these schools, because they’ve shaped this neighborhood in more ways than one.

Name Address Nearby STU from Nearby 1 BR from Nearby 2 BR from Nearby 3 BR from
Art and Design High School 1075 2nd Ave $3,625/mo. $4,000/mo. $6,350/mo. $9,295/mo.
Assoc-Metroarea Autistic Children 25 West 17th Street $3,575/mo. $5,000/mo. $4,995/mo. $6,695/mo.
Ballet Tech/NYC PS for Dance 890 Broadway $3,200/mo. $4,995/mo. $5,195/mo. $6,695/mo.
Baruch College Campus High School 55 East 25th Street $3,200/mo. $3,795/mo. $4,550/mo. $6,695/mo.
Coalition School for Social Change 220 West 58th Street $3,200/mo. $3,999/mo. $6,325/mo. $8,400/mo.
Liberty High School Academy for Newcomers 250 West 18th Street $3,575/mo. $5,075/mo. $4,995/mo.
Manhattan Village Academy 43 West 22nd Street $3,575/mo. $4,856/mo. $4,995/mo. $6,695/mo.
P.S. Repertory Company School 123 West 43rd Street $3,500/mo. $3,800/mo. $6,621/mo.
Rebecca School 40 East 30th Street $3,150/mo. $3,695/mo. $3,995/mo. $5,995/mo.
Satellite Academy High School 120 West 30th Street $4,001/mo. $4,078/mo. $6,621/mo. $17,500/mo.
The Beekman School 220 East 50th Street $3,300/mo. $3,900/mo. $6,395/mo. $7,200/mo.
The Daytop Prepatory School 54 West 40th Street $3,800/mo. $4,078/mo. $6,621/mo.