The Upper East Side from 86th to 96th Street and from First Avenue to the East River hardly lacks identity. Finding luxury apartments for rent in Manhattan NY, especially in Gracie Point, puts you in a cultural mecca. Its principal landmark, after all, is Gracie Mansion, the official home of New York City's Mayor. This is an interesting and uniquely historic neighborhood, within walking distance of Museum Mile and Archibald Gracie's mansion at almost 200 years old. For a great family outing, head over to nearby Asphalt Green with their Olympic-size pool, with recreation and educational programs for all ages, or enjoy the day at the Carl Shurz Park. Relax on a bench overlooking the East River or check out the fully-equipped playground, basketball courts, dog run and a view of the Roosevelt Island Lighthouse.
There will never be a shortage of beautiful sights to delight the senses as you stroll down the streets of your Gracie Point neighborhood, taking in the view of historic buildings and the sparkling East river beyond.You'll be proud to call Gracie Point home.
Fountains and landscaped gardens greet you as you wind your way around the circular drive and are greeted by your 24-hour doorman. As you enter the stylish lobby, the fragrance of fresh floral displays fills the air. With optional valet and maid services, convenient garage parking and a rooftop sun deck, this location has no shortage of stellar amenities.
With a stunning two-story lobby, private shuttle bus service to shopping and transit and a washer/dryer in all two-bedroom apartments, you'll feel surrounded in comfort from your very first day in these lavish surroundings...all available in an apartment for rent in Manhattan, NY. We've allowed for every conceivable amenity including a recreational lounge, complete with a 7,000 square-foot fitness club with 55-foot lap swimming pool, men's and women's saunas, showers and changing rooms and a custom designed children's playroom.
In addition to the superb features you'd expect from Glenwood, this location features a greenhouse rooftop solarium and a private enclosed indoor park. Add to this the incredible, unobstructed west-side views of the city and panoramic spectacle of the Harlem and East Rivers and you'll realize you're living in a little piece of Manhattan-heaven...the luxury is unparalleled in an apartment for rent in Manhattan.
A favorite location amongst families, the graceful, flowing layouts are designed to accommodate busy families while maintaining a high level of luxury. With spacious room and lots of windows to let in an abundance of natural sunlight, these homes are situated nearby Carl Schurz Park, featuring its East River esplanade and popular children's playground.
A lobby featuring marble floors and a domed ceiling; a stroll through your building's atrium walkway over lush gardens and a fountain...and the stress of the day instantly melts away. The designer kitchens and bathrooms reflect the opulence of this location. The convenient one-block commute to FDR Drive and accessible shuttle bus to 96th and express 86th Street station means this setting has all the conveniences you'd want to come home to.
In the early 1970's, a small group of neighbors banded together to help upgrade Carl Schurz Park, giving particular emphasis to its playground, which serves the needs of neighborhood children. Today, this lovely park hosts what many consider to be the finest outdoor professional art show in the Metropolitan area. They also sponsor playground parties for children, outdoor summer concerts, astronomy sessions and much more. As family-friendly as they come, this will become a regular "go-to" for you and your family, all in the comfort of your Gracie Point community.
Built in 1799 by a prominent merchant named Archibald Gracie, it is designated as the official residence of the mayor of the City of New York since 1942. In 2002, Mayor Michael Bloomberg transformed Gracie Mansion into the "People's House," providing increased accessibility to the public, providing regular tours.
A section of Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, running from 82nd to 104th streets on the Upper East Side, the "mile" contains one of the densest population of museums in the world. There are eleven museums in all, covering a span that is actually two blocks longer than one mile. Each year in June is the annual Museum Mile Festival to promote the museums and increase visitation.
We all know that parents, like most home seekers, don't examine a property on its own when considering whether to buy or rent it. They care about outside factors like the neighborhood, the location relative to the office, and the local schools.
Burton Resnick and Leonard Litwin are extremely well-known within the New York real estate industry, and especially at The Real Estate Board of New York. Litwin became a member of REBNY in 1980 and has been Secretary since 1991.
One of the nicest little parks in New York City, this outdoor space boasts excellent playgrounds, basketball courts, a dog run, plenty of shady spots to relax, sunny spots for basking, plus a spectacular promenade overlooking the East River.