Number of bedrooms - 1 Number of bathrooms - 1 Price - 4905$ per month Complimentary building amenities include: Dishwasher Elevator Washer and dryer in unit Doorman Pets allowed Building amenities: Bike room Concierge Storage available Live-in Super Cold storage Gym Media room Virtual doorman Community recreational facility Laundry in building Package room Central air City view Hardwood floors Roofdeck Beekman Place and Sutton Place From East 49th Street to East 61st Street, between the East River and First Avenue Sleepy, sleepy, sleepy defines these well-established, exclusive and refined residential areas that overlook the East River. Elegant “white glove” pre-war buildings along Beek- man and Sutton are mixed in with post-war apartments and townhouses up and down the side streets. Beekman Place is truly off the beaten path, and is only two blocks long. It was the home of Irving Berlin and One Beekman Place still houses many illustrious (and wealthy) New Yorkers. Take a romantic stroll in the evening and marvel at the architecture of the apartment buildings and townhomes. Have a nightcap on the roof of the Beekman Tower Hotel on 49th Street (also known as Mitchell Place) and First Avenue. Or, have the world’s most expensive martini across First Avenue at the bar in Donald Trump’s building, Trump World. Sutton Place is almost as inaccessible as Beekman, however to the north it becomes York Avenue and runs all the way to 96th Street on the East Side. You can get all your amenities here. There are a few great little parks below Beekman Place on First Av- enue, and if you are looking for an East River stroll in either direction you can enter these neighborhoods, ending up two miles later to the north at Gracie Mansion (the mayor’s offi- cial residence)!