Posh vs. Pish: The Most Expensive and Cheapest Rentals to Hit the Market — July 22, 2011

Most expensive:

2-bed/2.5 bath
Central Park West and 61st Street — Upper West Side
At 1,900+ square feet, this “spacious two bed, two and a half bath with dining area” hit the market like a fat-kid doing a cannonball at the pool (with a big splash). It’s located in one of the premier buildings on the Upper West Side and includes “top-of-the-line gourmet kitchen, marble bathrooms and washer/dryer.” Building amenities include a 24 hour doorman and concierge, an enormous fitness center, swimming pool, library, business center, private dining service and more.

Least expensive:

Studio/1 bath
Thayer Street & Broadway — Inwood
Located close to the Dyckman Street station of the “A” subway, this is a rent-stabilized apartment on the 3rd floor of a pre-war elevator building. Stroll over to Fort Tryon Park or check out one of the many new restaurants and bars along Dyckman Street.