Upper East Side

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Borough Manhattan
Area 48,785,261 sq. ft.
Rental listings 131 no-fee, 55 fee ads
Median rent $4,595

Neighborhood Profile

The Upper East Side is a picturesque area of stunning architecture, bountiful cafés, museums and designer boutiques. Though the area is traditionally associated with old money, don't let all the expensive shops and tiny dogs intimidate you. As the tradional "elite" culture is receding into the irrelevant, its epicenter, too, is becoming less and less uptight (although still expensive): the "ladies that lunch" have now been joined by young professionals, middle class couples, and even students – at least east of Park Ave. The area boasts easy access to one of the national treasures, Central Park, in addition to some of New York's finest museums. In that at least, the Upper East Side still firmly hangs onto the tradition of classy "old New York." Overall, while the vibe of the neighborhood is still more preppy and conservative than that of other parts of Manhattan, it's loosened up quite a bit since the beginning of this century.

Current Rental Statistics

LayoutAdsMedianAverage
Studio 28$2,947$3,204
1 Bedroom 71$4,395$4,277
2 Bedroom 65$5,995$5,851
3+ Bedrooms 22$10,510$11,961
Total 186$4,595$5,574
See all Upper East Side Apartments for Rent

Total: 131 no-fee, 55 fee ads

Neighborhood "Skyline"

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Current Rental Listings (10 out of 186)

1-Bedroom at 303 East 83rd Street
No fee

Posted < 4 hours Equity Residential, Manager

1-Bedroom at 303 East 83rd Street

303 East 83rd Street (Upper East Side, MN)

$4,375/month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • Doorman
  • Gym
  • Garage
  • 3 elevators
1-Bedroom at 303 East 83rd Street
No fee

Posted < 4 hours Equity Residential, Manager

1-Bedroom at 303 East 83rd Street

303 East 83rd Street (Upper East Side, MN)

$5,328/month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • Doorman
  • Gym
  • Garage
  • 3 elevators
2-Bedroom at 303 East 83rd Street
No fee

Posted < 4 hours Equity Residential, Manager

2-Bedroom at 303 East 83rd Street

303 East 83rd Street (Upper East Side, MN)

$5,667/month
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • Doorman
  • Gym
  • Garage
  • 3 elevators
2-Bedroom at 303 East 83rd Street
No fee

Posted < 4 hours Equity Residential, Manager

2-Bedroom at 303 East 83rd Street

303 East 83rd Street (Upper East Side, MN)

$5,936/month
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • Doorman
  • Gym
  • Garage
  • 3 elevators
2-Bedroom at 303 East 83rd Street
No fee

Posted < 4 hours Equity Residential, Manager

2-Bedroom at 303 East 83rd Street

303 East 83rd Street (Upper East Side, MN)

$6,439/month
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • Doorman
  • Gym
  • Garage
  • 3 elevators
2-Bedroom at The Wimbledon
2-Bedroom at The Wimbledon
2-Bedroom at The Wimbledon
2-Bedroom at The Wimbledon
2-Bedroom at The Wimbledon
No fee

Posted < 4 hours Blueground US Inc, Broker

2-Bedroom at The Wimbledon

200 East 82nd Street (Upper East Side, MN)

$7,860/month
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • Doorman
  • Gym
  • 3 elevators
  • High-rise
1-Bedroom at The Pearl
No fee

Posted < 14 hours Algin Management, Manager

1-Bedroom at The Pearl

400 East 66th Street (Upper East Side, MN)

$4,495/month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • Doorman
  • Gym
  • 3 elevators
  • High-rise
Studio at The Ventura
Studio at The Ventura
Studio at The Ventura
Studio at The Ventura
Studio at The Ventura
No fee
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Posted < 14 hours Rose Associates, Inc, Manager

Studio at The Ventura

240 East 86th Street (Upper East Side, MN)

$4,242/month
  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • Doorman
  • Gym
  • 13 elevators
  • High-rise
1-Bedroom at The Ventura
1-Bedroom at The Ventura
1-Bedroom at The Ventura
1-Bedroom at The Ventura
1-Bedroom at The Ventura
No fee

Posted < 14 hours Rose Associates, Inc, Manager

1-Bedroom at The Ventura

240 East 86th Street (Upper East Side, MN)

$4,714/month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • Doorman
  • Gym
  • 13 elevators
  • High-rise

Buildings in the Neighborhood

Upper East Side apartments are generally either gorgeous and generously laid out pre-war homes or doorman-guarded but nothing-special apartments in newer buildings, although the stereotypical New York five-story "tenement" buildings dating from around 1900 are also present.

The main avenues – like Park and Madison, and, less so, Avenues 1, 2 and 3 – are generally of the luxury apartment building variety, while the numbered streets have more historic homes, some subdivided into apartments others still with the original layouts. Speaking of main avenues, while Park Avenue may be the byword for the classiest residences, the really impressive townhouses can actually be found on side streets in the East 70s. As a renter, chances are you won't be able to live there, but it's still nice to be able to walk by and admire the architecture.

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