NEW YORK, NY – And you thought your rent was too high. The priciest rental on the NYC market is currently asking a whopping $500,000-a-month – that’s $6 million-a-year for a home at which you still need to deal with a landlord.
The home is at 795 Fifth Avenue – otherwise known as the Pierre Hotel – and consists of an entire floor of the fabled residence.
“This exclusive property offers the rare opportunity to rent an entire floor at The Pierre Hotel and live in complete luxury, tranquility, and privacy,” notes a posting for the rental on Realtor.com.
The six-bed, six-bath mansion in the sky at East 61st Street also includes “a majestic living room” outfitted with “rich silk and brocade fabrics, Murano glass chandeliers and high end technology,” “a deep soaking tub and over-sized rainfall shower” and “soaring ceiling heights, pre-war details and exquisite decor throughout.”
Oh, and it comes equipped with “a chauffeur-driven Jaguar XJL (based on availability).”
795 Fifth Avenue is by far the most expensive rental apartment in Manhattan, but it is by no means the only one with a monthly fee that will leave you speechless. Patch sifted through listings on realtor.com to find the five most expensive monthly rents in New York City.
795 Fifth Ave. Unit 39, New York, NY: $500,000-a-month
The property is the undisputed champion of New York City’s rental real estate. The 4,786-square-foot apartment has all the previously mentioned perks and it’s OK with pets!
153 W 57th St. Unit 1PS, New York, NY 10019 : $195,000-a-month
This one-bed, two-bathroom condo sits on top of the five-star Park Hyatt New York hotel. Residents enjoy personalized service from hotel staff, along with plush Italian linens, curated art work, world class dining and a relaxing spa.
The minimum length of stay in the condo is 30 days. Residents choosing to do so dish out a cool $6,500-a-day.
12 E 69th St., Townhouse, New York, NY 10021: $175,000-a-month
The most expensive rental property not affiliated with a hotel stands on the Upper East Side. The townhouse is steeped in architectural history, as architect William Bosworth was inspired for the remodeling of the building in 1913 after being commissioned by John D. Rockefeller Jr. to restore the Palace of Versailles in France.
The townhouse comes equipped with six levels, encompassing over 20,000 interior square feet, including 3,400 square feet within the basement and an additional 2,650 square feet on the roof area. It has six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a garden level, a pool and two saunas.
35 E 76th St. Unit 3001, Manhattan, NY 10021: $150,000-a-month
This one-bedroom, two-bathroom condo at the top of the Carlyle A Rosewood Hotel checks in at fourth place on the most expensive rental list. The 1,075 square foot space comes complete with a well-appointed kitchen, oversized bedroom and classic marble bath.
The condo is also equipped with breathtaking views of Central Park, twice-a-day maid service, 24 hour gourmet room service, Carlyle slippers and monogrammed terrycloth bathrobes.
70 Broad St., Manhattan, NY 10004: $133,195-a-month
The elegant landmarked building sits at the heart of Manhattan’s Financial District.
The rental of one full floor residential unit comes equipped with six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, four half bathrooms and 19,492 square feet.
All pictures courtesy of realtor.com