360 E 50TH ST in Midtown East

Midtown East

Good transportation Families Quiet

Spanning from Sixth Avenue to the East River, the buzzing neighborhood of Midtown East is one of Manhattan’s liveliest areas during work hours.

But as soon as the clock strikes 5PM and workers head home, the crowds plummet and virtually disappear. So if you check out your prospective Midtown East apartment during the day, you may also want to stop by at night before you turn in your new lease agreement.

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Building Mix

  • 32% Luxury Highrise
  • 21% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 13% Pre War
  • 10% Post War
  • 9% Walk-Up
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Descriptions of 360 E 50th St

In the event that you have not been employed full-time for over a year or you are currently enrolled in school and do not qualify, you may use a guarantor that makes at least 80-100x the monthly rent. Jacob Grosskreuz (Jul 2012)
I specialize in the neighborhood, and have the experience, knowledge, and right connections with the managements and buildings, to cater to you the best deals available to match your criteria. Oren Rosen (Sep 2014)
Easily travel around the city from the E/M trains on 53rd and 3rd or 6 train on 53rd and Lex, cross town bus on 49th street or the M15 bus to go up and down First and Second Ave. Grace Guan (Oct 2014)
You will have endless choices of 5 star restaurants, upscale shopping, and sexy nighclubs not to mention terrific transportation option with Grand Central just blocks away. Rick Peters (Aug 2013)
Located in the heart of Midtown on East 50th, you are centrally located to all the local bars, restaurants, supermarkets, transportation, boutiques, shops and more. Although it was built in the postwar era, the building itself and the apartments have all the characteristics charm to match that of a prewar building. The building stands 5 stories with over 30 apartments, features a nice separate courtyard entrance once you're inside the building. Christopher Waldmann (Sep 2014)
It is located in the rear of the building so it is super quiet, but still offers plenty of natural light as it overlooks the community courtyard area. Bart Grzybowski (Jun 2014)
Midtown East is overwhelming with some of NYC's most noted attractions, including the Rockefeller Center, and the UN, the Chrysler Building. This is a very well maintained low rise residence with voice intercom conveniently located 5 blocks away from the E/M/6 train lines. Dragos "Mario" Popovici (Sep 2014)
Nestled on the tree-lined Brownstone streets of Turtle Bay near active nightlife and plenty of amenities, welcome to a real neighborhood. Andrew Lynch (Jul 2011)

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Nearby Subway Stations

  • E M Lexington Av/53 St (0.31 mi)
  • 4 6 5 51 St (0.43 mi)

building details

Floors: 5
Units: 41
Floor area: 26955
Year built: 1965

Nearby Schools

Art And Design High School
High school
1075 SECOND AVENUE
P.S. 059 Beekman Hill International
Elementary
213 EAST 63RD STREET
P.S. 078
Elementary
48-09 CENTER BOULEVARD
P.S. 183 Robert L. Stevenson
Elementary
419 EAST 66 STREET
P.S. 116 Mary Lindley Murray
Elementary
210 EAST 33 STREET
Ella Baker School
K-8
317 EAST 67 STREET
Vanguard High School
High school
317 EAST 67 STREET
Manhattan International High School
High school
317 EAST 67 STREET
Urban Academy Laboratory High School
High school
317 EAST 67 STREET
Talent Unlimited High School
High school
317 EAST 67 STREET
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