Rental

685 First Avenue, 16H

Apartment Information

  • 1 Baths
  • Interior: 718sq.ft
  • West
  • $4,600
  • No Fee
699-685 1st Avenue, New York, NY

Extraordinary Finishes, Unprecedented Amenities

685 First Avenue brings an elevated collection of luxury rentals to Midtown East. Built by Manhattan’s most sophisticated residential developers, the Solow Building Company, and designed by Richard Meier, this property boasts some of the most decadent new-build modern rentals in the city. A striking black glass exterior contrast with a serene, white interior palette, while exquisite, unmatched amenities ensure a residential experience like no other.

Services & Amenities

The Building

  • Triple-height lobby that opens out onto First Avenue
  • Residents' lounge with private spaces for entertaining, billiards and game tables
  • Gracious children’s playroom with built-in storage and entertainment spaces
  • Indoor 70’ lap pool with steam room and sauna
  • State-of-the-art fitness center with Technogym equipment and yoga studio
  • On-site parking garage with discreet direct-entry

The Residences

  • Residences range from studios, to loft-style spaces to 1- 3 bedroom floor plans
  • Bright, open layouts with floor-to-ceiling windows offer expansive views of the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building to the west and expansive river views to the east
  • Select residences feature private outdoor terraces
  • The striking black glass exterior encloses a serene, white interior palette. Kitchens feature a Bosch appliance package and white quartz countertops
  • White oak flooring and custom roller shades in every residence
  • Bathrooms feature white Cararra marble and polished chrome Grohe fixtures
  • White Caesarstone countertops and white lacquer cabinets in the kitchens surround a fully integrated Bosch appliance package

Location

685 First Avenue,
New York, 10016
+1 212 685 3900

Conveniently located in Midtown East, residents get to keep their finger on Manhattan’s pulse while enjoying unfettered access to the East River Esplanade, water taxis, heliport and Grand Central Station. A couple blocks north lie the scenic gardens and historic brownstones of Tudor City and the distinguished United Nations complex.

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