Most inhabitants choose to live in this neighborhood because of its great access to the rest of the city (4,5and 6 trains) or because their offices are a stone’s throw away.
In terms of Midtown East rental rates, you’re looking at averages of about $2,000 for a studio, about $2,900 for a one bedroom apt, and about $4,500 for two bedroom apts in Midtown East. The many highrise apartment buildings offer all the amenities including: doormen, pet friendly, dishwasher, washer/dryer, etc.
If you’re considering Midtown East apt rental you’ll have to prepare yourself for the stark contrast between day and night in this area. As soon as the clock strikes 5pm and workers head home, the crowds plummet and virtually dissapear. So if you check out your apartment during the day, you may also want to stop by at night before you turn in your new lease agreement.Find Midtown East apartments
|Building Address||# no-fee apts|
|245 E 44TH ST||112|
|333 E 49TH ST||106|
|884 2ND AVE||97|
|214 E 51ST ST||73|
|132 E 45TH ST||44|
|330 E 39TH ST||37|
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The neighborhood spans from 40th street to 60th street on the East side from 5th avenue to 3rd avenue. It hosts some of the most well known and well loved architecture in New York, including the United Nations building, the Chrysler Building, Beekman and Sutton Place, Grand Central Station, Sakes Fifth Avenue and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The area is also a stomping ground for many of the older, established museums like the MOMA.
The neighborhood is the pulse for New York commuters and the City’s business life as well as a tourist hub with the large number of hotels, such as the St. Regis, Waldorf and Four Seasons Hotel, along with The Algonquin, the Ritz-Carlton, and the Grand Hyatt.