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Luxury Apartments to rent in New York

Apartments in New York

It is impossible to sum up the things to do and the places to see in a city so drenched in culture and entertainment as New York. An obvious place to start is 5th Avenue and the beautiful 850-acre Central Park. This area, notorious for fantastic shopping, is the hub of the city. Other areas such as Soho and the up and coming Tribeca neighbourhood are also well worth a visit. These areas are filled with trendy bars and boutique fashion outlets. As well as this, a ferry out to Staten Island is also a must-do, offering stunning views of the Statue of Liberty and New York Harbour.

This fabulous city also has some of the finest museums and galleries in the world, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Central Park, and the Guggenheim Museum in Upper East Side. For theatre and performing arts, look no further than the cities famous Broadway, which boasts a variety of performances.

Some of our most luxurious holiday apartments to rent in New York are in Essex House, and at the top of the stunning 38 storey hotel, The Sherry-Netherland, both located just steps away from Central Park on Fifth Avenue.  Other vacation apartment locations include Upper West Side, overlooking Central Park,  West Village, East Village, SoHo, the Meatpacking District, Chelsea, Tribeca, Mid Town Manhattan and Brooklyn.


Events in New York

  • Tribeca Film Festival

    The 16th annual Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, will be held 12th - 23rd April 2017.

  • Turner's Modern and Ancient Ports: Passages through Time at the Frick Collection

    A major exhibition that brings together some thirty-five works from the 1810s through the late 1830s in oil, watercolor, and graphite that capture contemporary cities in England, France, and Germany, as well as imagined scenes set in the ancient world. 23rd February 2017 - 14th May 2017.

  • Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim at the Guggenheim

    On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, the institution will display in the rotunda over 170 modern works from the permanent collections held in New York and Venice. Opens 10th February 2017.

  • Irving Penn: Centennial at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The most comprehensive retrospective to date of the work of the great American photographer Irving Penn (1917–2009), this exhibition will mark the centennial of the artist's birth. Over the course of his nearly 70-year career, Penn mastered a pared-down aesthetic of studio photography that is distinguished for its meticulous attention to composition, nuance, and detail. 24th April - 30th July 2017.

  • Gustav Klimt’s Adele Bloch-Bauer II at MoMA

    One of two formal portraits that Gustav Klimt made of Adele Bloch-Bauer, an important patron of the artist, is now on view at MoMA as a special long-term loan from a private collection.

  • The Shape of Things: Photographs from Robert B. Menschel at MoMA

    Covering more than 150 years of photography—from an 1843 view of Paris by William Henry Fox Talbot, the English father of photography, to Andreas Gursky’s contemporary monumental landscapes, the exhibition underscores an equal attention to the past and the present, and a strong belief that they complement each other. 29th October - 7th May 2017.

  • Seurat's Circus Sideshow at the Metropolitan Museum

    Taking as its focus one of The Met's most captivating masterpieces, this thematic exhibition will afford a unique context for appreciating the heritage and allure of Circus Sideshow (Parade de cirque), painted in 1887–88 by Georges Seurat (1859–1891). 17th February - 29th May 2017.

  • Unfinished Conversations: New Work from the Collection at MoMA

    Unfinished Conversations: New Work from the Collection brings together works by more than a dozen artists, made in the past decade and recently acquired by The Museum of Modern Art. The artists that make up this intergenerational selection address current anxiety and unrest around the world and offer critical reflections on our present moment. Until 30th July 2017.




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