Go inside NYC’s most expensive rental

It will set you back $500,000 a month

Mar.March 12, 2016 04:00 PM

From the New York website: The Pierre, a legendary hotel in New York, is home to one of the city’s most dubious distinctions. The entire 39th floor of the 41-floor hotel overlooking Central Park is being offered as a rental for $500,000 a month, making it the city’s priciest rental listing.

As part of the Pierre Hotel Residences program, interested tenants can sign a lease for as little as 30 days or for as long as they need.

The six-bedroom residence was last offered in November 2014, the beginning of the program.

Renters have the option to make their monthly payments by credit card if they choose.

The best part of living in this swanky hotel may be the many luxury services The Pierre offers. Residents are given complete access to the butler service, pet pampering, twice-daily maid service, and the hotel’s chauffeur-driven Jaguar

The listing is being handled by Andres Perea-Garzon of Compass.

Asta Thrastardottir contributed to an earlier version of this report.

Welcome to the legendary Pierre Hotel, located on New York’s Upper East Side. Former permanent residents of The Pierre include Elizabeth Taylor and Yves Saint-Laurent.

The rental offers all of the services of a luxury five-star hotel, including a 24/7 concierge service.

The property consists of the hotel’s two-bedroom Presidential Suite and several other hotel rooms.

The entire floor has a grand total of 4,786 square feet of living space and six bedrooms.

The suite also has six bathrooms, and they are all adorned with marble.

The rooms have all been meticulously decorated to create a spacious and serene living space.

There’s a full dining room as well, but with the new French-inspired restaurant Perrine opening in the hotel this month, you may not actually use it much.

It also has incredible panoramic views of Central Park.

These views would never get old.

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