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151 East 80th Street 151 East 80th Street

151 East 80th Street, Upper East Side

151 East 80th Street Entrance - Upper East Side apartments for rent

The Upper East Side’s 151 East 80th Street is a high-end Manhattan rental building, offering 42 apartments throughout its 12 floors. Situated between Central Park and the East River, the upscale complex is not only near some of the city’s finest attraction points, but also numerous restaurants and nightlife options.

167 East 82nd Street 167 East 82nd Street

167 East 82nd Street, Upper East Side

167 East 82nd Street Building - Upper East Side apartments for rent

Providing residents with definitive Upper East Side living, 167 East 82nd Street offers 38 luxury rental units within a 10-story pre-war structure. Along with 24-hour concierge and laundry service, residents are only blocks away from Central Park, Museum Mile, and exquisite dining and shopping options.

400 East 74th Street 400 East 74th Street

400 East 74th St, Upper East Side

Apartments for rent at 400 East 74th Street in NYC

400 East 74th Street offers classic elegance, comfort and convenience on the Upper East Side.

50 East 78th Street 50 East 78th Street

50 East 78th Street, Upper East Side

50 East 78th Street - Upper East Side - Luxury Rentals

With a location on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, 50 East 78th Street is a pre-war building with luxury apartments for rent. All units come with top-of-the-line furnishings and enjoy a range of amenities. With Central Park and the Museum Mile just minutes away, 50 East 78th Street further boasts an idea

945 Fifth Avenue 945 Fifth Avenue

945 Fifth Avenue, Upper East Side

945 Fifth Avenue Building - Upper East Side apartments for rent

945 Fifth Avenue, designed by Emery Roth & Sons, is an Upper East Side high-rise rental with a unique architectural style. With a building design that harkens to the aesthetics of Mayan temples and a grand view of Central Park, 945 Fifth Avenue and its luxury amenities make it a prime Manhattan rental.

Gracie Mews Gracie Mews

401 East 80th Street, Upper East Side

Gracie Mews Building - 401 East 80th Street apartments for rent

Located in the classy locale of the Upper East Side in New York City, Gracie Mews is a 35-story apartment building with 311 rental apartments designed for New Yorkers wanting to live in style. Private balconies, European-style kitchens and a host of other features and amenities make Gracie Mews an ideal Manhattan residence.

Isis Isis

303 East 77th Street, Upper East Side

Isis NYC Condos - 303 East 77th Street Apartments for Sale in Upper East Side

Isis Condominium is a post-war high-rise located at 303 East 77th Street in Manhattan's prestigious Upper East Side neighborhood.

London House London House

420 East 80th Street, Upper East Side

London House Building - 420 East 80th Street apartments for rent

Close to a number of New York City attractions like John Jay Park, Carl Schulz Park, Central Park and the Met, London House on 420 East 80th Street has classic Upper East Side apartments meant for luxury living in Manhattan. With its excellent features and amenities, London House is the ideal Manhattan residence.

The Caldwell The Caldwell

1520 York Avenue, Upper East Side

The Caldwell Building – 1520 York Avenue apartments for rent

The Caldwell captures the natural elegance of the Upper East Side in its apartments for rent. This high-rise at 1520 York Avenue features 24-hour doorman and concierge service as well as a private roof deck overlooking the city. Residents will also enjoy the nearby Carl Schurz Park and Metropolitan Museum.

The Pearl The Pearl

400 East 66th Street, Sutton Place, Upper East Side

The Pearl Building - 400 East 66th Street apartments for rent

This 23-story rental building was erected at 400 East 66th Street in 1999. The 127-unit building was designed by James Davidson, who told the New York Times, "We are accentuating the verticality of the building through the use of chevron-profiled limestone and cast stone piers framing window wall construction."