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Where's the Best place to Live on the Upper East Side?
This is a trick question with no real definitive answer. The question is, what is most important to you? Do you want to live near work? Do you want to live near nightlife? Do you want to live near family and friends? When meeting with your real estate agent these are the questions you ...View Guide
Upper East Side: The Second Avenue Subway Headache Could Be a Godsend
If you're thinking about living on the Upper East Side (UES) you may have noticed a little construction project taking place. This project is the construction of the anticipated Second Avenue Subway. When it will be finished nobody knows. And this is the headache of anyone who owns or rents on ...View Guide
Information About the Area from our Experts
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The Upper East Side is the most affordable neighborhood under 110th St in Manhattan. You can find an abundance of one bedrooms for under $2000 and studios for under $1600. Apartment pricing in the neighborhood is more east to west then north to south. For example; the most affordable apartments are the ones East of 2nd Ave to East End Ave and the more expensive are the ones West of 2nd Ave to 5th Ave.
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The Upper East Side of Manhattan is home to many wealthy and influential individuals. It is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in the country, and is said to be the most expensive. While it is indeed pricey, the proper area of the Upper East side specifically reports rental rates lower than many surrounding areas. Studio apartments in this neighborhood go for an average of $1,910 monthly, one bedroom apartments for $2,550, and two bedrooms for an average of $3,689. For rentals of the same type (two bedrooms), apartments in North Sutton report average rates of $6,550 monthly; this is the highest in the area, while Central Park is lowest, with rates of $2,450 per month. Three bedroom apartments tend to exceed $5,000 per month. Rates tend to increase in the fall months, and decrease in the late winter/spring months.
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While the Upper east Side is thought of as mostly a rich neighborhood full of diplomatic missions and financial institutions, it is also full of fun things for children and adults of all ages. The Park Avenue Armory and Frick Collection, some popular New York City museums, are located in the Upper East Side, along with a movie theater and various venues displaying live music nightly. Central Park and Carl Shurz Park provide great fun outdoors, including terrific scenery, running and biking paths, and dog play areas. John Jay Public Pool, Wollman Ice Skating Rink, and bicycle rentals also provide outdoor fun. There are various social clubs, gyms, hip restaurants and bars, and more in the Upper East Side, making it enjoyable for all walks of life.
We Have 9,277 Upper East Side Apartment Listings
|1 Bed||$3,900||525 E 72Nd Street, New York, NY||December 9th|
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