Manhattan Apartment Rental Info
Upper East Side (Manhattan Apartments) Neighborhood Information for Apartment Renters
- Upper East Side
The Upper East Side is considered New York's quel posh Silk Stocking district. Sure, you'll see grand multi-million dollar mansions along Fifth Avenue and Park Avenue, but there's also new high-rises and traditional walk-ups, making the Upper East Side Manhattan's bargain neighborhood.
NoFeeRentDirect.com knows all the major landlords in the area, as well as the boutique landlords, so you'll have access to the best rentals in town. Get out your wallets for the Upper East Side: shops like Henri Bendel, Tiffany's, Cartier; auction houses like Sotheby's, Christie's, and Doyle's; Grace's and Eli's for foodies; add Bloomingdale's, and you've got the best shopping district in Manhattan. What you won't find in this neighborhood are happening clubs where everyone dresses in black and listens to edgy music. For that, you'll need a cab to go below 14 st.
- Age Group
- 0—17 (10%), 18—44 (50%), 45—64 (30%), Over 65 (10%)
- Singles / Families
- Young professionals just starting their careers, or wealthy professionals who have succeeded in their careers.
- Types of Housing
- For rent: walk ups, high rises. To own: luxury multi-floor apartments and townhouses.
- Typical Price Range
- Studios: $1400—$2200, 1 Bedroom: $1700—$3500, 2 Bedrooms: $2200—$4500
- Transportation to Midtown/Downtown
- The 4, 5, and 6 run along Lexington Ave.
- Estimated Commuter time to arrival in NYC
- To midtown: 10 mins, To downtown: 20 mins
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