Home Details for 215 E 96th St
The Upper East Side apartments at One Carnegie Hill have it all! Live in this
neighborhood and you'll discover the many attractions that make the Upper East Side so charming and chic. Whether you're in the mood to catch a movie, see an exhibit, bike in Central Park or meet a friend for an espresso, there's always something to do when you live on the Upper East Side. One Carnegie Hill fits comfortably into a neighborhood characterized by the most luxurious Manhattan residences. The main area of One Carnegie Hill's lobby, designed by Rockwell Group, is defined by a barrel-vaulted ceiling ...that evokes the elegant lobbies of these classic Upper East Side apartments. Amenities include an on-premises pet spa, children's playroom, health and fitness lounge and club, indoor swimming pool, and lush rooftop sun terrace. Apartments range in size from studio and one bedroom to two and three-bedroom residences. Brilliant finishes and features include gourmet kitchens with stone counters, stainless steel appliances, marble baths, oversized windows and a washer/dryer in every apartment.
Features – One Carnegie Hill*
- Fitness Center
Pets Allowed: Cats, Small dogs, Large dogs
*Certain features are not guaranteed in every unit. Contact the property for more details.
4 Floorplans and Pricing
|Name||Beds||Baths||Sqft||Rent (per month)||Availability|
|Studio (2 Floorplans)|
|Apartment||0 bd||1 ba||-||$3,470||Ask for availability|
|Apartment||0 bd||1 ba||-||$3,325||Ask for availability|
|1 Bedroom (1 Floorplan)|
|Apartment||1 bd||1 ba||-||$3,910||Ask for availability|
|2 Bedrooms (1 Floorplan)|
|Apartment||2 bd||2 ba||-||$5,060||Ask for availability|
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