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Luxe Rentals in Landmark UWS Building Ask From $5,775/Month

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Julien Capmeil
Julien Capmeil


It was just a month ago that renderings for 393 West End Avenue, a landmarked building-turned-luxury rental development, were revealed in all of their fancy glory. Today, developers Simon Baron and Quandram Global have launched leasing for the building's 43 high-end units, with apartments ranging from 796-square-foot one-bedrooms to 2,224-square-foot four-bedrooms. The pricing is predictably high: a one-bedroom starts at $5,775 per month, and the most expensive unit is a four-bedroom penthouse, available for a whopping $26,245 per month. In a press release, Matthew Baron of Simon Baron Development said, "Our vision was always to create grand rental homes—a rarity to this neighborhood—to meet the demand of so many interested renters looking for high quality design with space." (So basically: rich renters want fancy spaces. Got it.) Building amenities include a roof deck, 24-hour concierge, and a children's play room.

· 393 West End Avenue [Official]
· The 45+ New NYC Developments Hitting the Market This Fall [Curbed]
· All 393 West End Avenue Coverage [Curbed]