Located at 160 East 38th Street, Murray Hill Mews is a luxury, white-glove co-op building that is located in prime Murray Hill, steps from everything Midtown Manhattan has to offer.
While the finishes in each residence vary from apartment to apartment, you can generally expect to be impressed by the building’s luxurious homes and the spectacular vistas they offer.
The Murray Hill Mews building offers an impressive collection of amenities for you to enjoy, including a health club that features an exercise room, a swimming pool, a sauna, and an impressive rooftop sundeck. There’s also a children’s playroom and party room as well as an on-site garage.
The building is well-situated, offering convenient access to Midtown’s world-class shopping and dining. Public transportation is also aplenty, with Grand Central Terminal and the B, D, F, M, S, 4, 5, 6, and 7 subway lines within walking distance.
What does it cost to live at Murray Hill Mews?
If you’re looking to purchase at the Murray Hill Mews, you can expect to pay anywhere from just under $600,000 up to $800,000+ for a typical one-bedroom apartment. Larger junior four units can command over $1 million while two-bedrooms go from anywhere from just over $1 million for a two-bedroom 1.5 bathroom up to $1.75 million for larger two-bed/2.5 bath residences. Larger three and four-bedroom homes don’t hit the market as often and are generally priced above $2 million.
As with most co-ops, units don’t often become available for rent, but when they do, you can expect one-bedroom apartments to rent for around $3,500-$4,000 per month with two-bedrooms going for $5,000-$6,000. Read more
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