1. Lowell Penthouse Living RoomSitting atop the historic Lowell hotel on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, a three-bedroom suite recently came onto the market for a whopping $ 300,000 a month.

The roughly 2,900-square-foot penthouse comes fully furnished, including an Apple desktop and five landline phones. It has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, including a stunning master bath that’s covered in Italian marble.

Tenants will also be able to enjoy all of the usual hotel amenities, like room service — including a menu for pets — and laundry.

“It has the warmth and elegance of a beautiful, private residence within the complete comfort of a five-star boutique hotel,” listing agent Therese Bateman, of Brown Harris Stevens, told Business Insider. 

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The penthouse is perched atop the historic Lowell Hotel, which dates back to 1927. The apartment, however, has sleek modern finishings.




The ideal tenant would be “those who seek a sanctuary of privacy, security, and complete pampering in the perfect location,” Amie Buchanan, Director of Sales and Marketing at The Lowell, told us.




The monthly rent will include access to a number of amenities, including Wi-Fi, dog-walking, twice-a-day turndowns, and packing and unpacking services.



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Sitting atop the historic Lowell hotel on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, a three-bedroom suite recently came onto the market for a whopping $ 300,000 a month. The roughly 2,900-square-foot penthouse comes fully furnished, including an Apple desktop and five landline phones. It has three bedrooms and three...