Every Friday 6sqft is rounding up five of the best rental deals showcased on CityRealty.com’s newly launched no-fee rentals page, a space where house hunters can find the best concessions being offered by landlords across the city.
The Upper East Side has long been one of Manhattan’s most attractive neighborhoods, embodying a certain kind of elegance and convenience that’s difficult to find in other parts of the city. Homes here are often situated just a short walk from Central Park; shopping, dining, museums, and entertainment are plentiful and in close reach; and quiet tree-lined streets highlighted by historic architecture provide for a picturesque backdrop that further elevate the offer. Ahead we spotlight a few of the best buildings on the Upper East Side currently offering free rent and more.
Where: The Easton, 205 East 92nd Street ↑
Offer: One month free rent
Price: One-bedrooms $4,500; two-bedrooms $7,150; three-bedrooms $12,000; four-bedrooms $20,500
The Related Companies brings their signature condo-style amenities to this upscale rental on East 92nd Street. The 182 one-to-four bedroom residences in this 36-story tower boast generous layouts and masterful craftsmanship, while building amenities include 24-hour concierge, a penthouse amenity suite with a lounge and billiards room, event room with dining area and a full-service catering kitchen, a two-floor Equinox fitness club, children’s playroom with an outdoor play area, a teen room, pet grooming, daycare services, tenant storage, a live-in super, and a bike room. For a limited time, management is offering one month free rent on new leases.
Where: The Fairfax, 201 East 69th Street ↑
Offer: One month free or one month OP
Price: Studios $3,025; one-bedrooms $3,920; two-bedrooms $6,350; three-bedrooms $7,943
Sophistication meets comfort in the renovated 1900s building in Lenox Hill. Apartments feature large closets, sleek kitchens with stainless steel appliances, renovated marble baths and sound-resistant windows. 9-foot beamed ceilings and private balconies add an extra element of luxury. Units are currently being leased with the offer of one month free or one month OP. Fun fact: The building was used as the headquarters for the FBI before being converted into residences in 1980. Museums, boutique shops, and restaurants are also just outside your door.
Where: The Hamilton, 1735 York Avenue ↑
Offer: One month free rent
Price: One-bedrooms $2,995; two-bedrooms $4,250
This beautifully appointed residential tower is a neighborhood favorite and it’s currently offering one month’s free rent for new tenants. Residences are all newly renovated and feature top-notch appliances and fixtures; building amenities include fully-equipped fitness center, a recreation lounge, a sky club penthouse lounge, children’s indoor and outdoor playrooms, two landscaped terraces, a dry cleaning valet service, a central laundry room, an attended on-site parking garage, and a complimentary shuttle bus service to the subway on Lexington Avenue at 86th Street. Whole Foods Market is also just around the corner.
Where: One Carnegie Hill, 215 East 96th Street ↑
Offer: $1,000 MasterCard gift card
Price: One-bedrooms $2,700; two-bedrooms $5,555; three-bedrooms $5,920
The Related Companies is offering a $1,000 MasterCard gift card on new leases at One Carnegie Hill. This high-end tower features a mix of condos and rentals, many afforded park and river views, and all outfitted with floor-to-ceiling windows and top notch fixtures and finishes. Amenities include a lobby designed by the Rockwell Group that features a copper-leaf barrel vaulted ceiling with Swarovski crystal lighting, rosewood walls, and Ambarino marble floors. There’s also an 18,000-square-foot fitness center, landscaped rooftop sun terrace, children’s playroom, a private garden, a technology concierge, a Dog City pet spa, a business center, valet dry cleaning service, a parking garage, bike storage, and on-site storage.
Where: The Ventura, 240 East 86th Street ↑
Offer: One month’s free rent and one month’s paid broker’s fee on select apartments
Price: Studios $3,350; one-bedrooms $4,195; three-bedrooms $6,300
This modern gem among brick-and-mortar buildings was recently renovated, transforming its 240 apartments into homes with spacious layouts, high ceilings, hardwood floors, and oversized windows. Building amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, a fully-equipped fitness center, a furnished rooftop with an open-air dining area, and on-site management and maintenance. There’s also a Fairway Market conveniently located on the ground floor. The building’s property manager is currently offering one month’s free rent and one month’s paid broker’s fee on select apartments.
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