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Curvaceous Murray Hill rental reveals its David Rockwell-designed interiors

The 395-foot tower features 297 apartments

Photos via Evan Joseph

Over the last few weeks, residents have been moving into the nearly 400-foot-tall curvy rental building on East 39th Street in Murray Hill. We now have a first glimpse at what one of the finished apartments looks like.

With interiors by David Rockwell, this 36-story building comes with a mix of studios through three-bedroom apartments with prices starting at $3,115/month. The model home we’re looking at today is located on the 10th floor of the building, and is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit. These types of units in the building usually start at $6,525 per month.

As for the interiors, the apartments here come with stainless steel appliances, floor-to-ceiling windows (nearly), and nine-foot-tall ceilings. The building overall, known as House 39, was designed by Handel Architects and developed by the Fisher Brothers.

The developers leased over 100 apartments less than two months after leasing got underway in February this year. Several rentals here are still up for grabs with prices ranging from $3,321 per month for a studio and going up to $6,767 for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit.

Amenities here include a hammam, a rooftop pool and hot tub, a ton of games like bocce ball, ping pong, skee ball, and a children’s playroom, among others.