Show Map

140 East 46th Street

140 East 46th Street, New York, NY, 10017
Rental Building in Midtown East
$2,775 - $3,200 | Studio, 1 Bed
188 Units | 12 Floors | Built in 1924
Managed By Solil Management

2 Active Rental Listings

Date Apt# Rent Beds Baths Months Free Date Available OP Rent Stabilize
2022-11-02 0 $2,775 0 Now
2022-11-02 1 $3,200 1 Now

135 Past Rental Listings

Date Apt# Rent Beds Baths Months Free Date Available OP Rent Stabilize
2022-10-06 0 $2,975 0
2022-10-06 1 $3,700 1
2022-09-06 0 $2,975 0
2022-09-06 1 $3,700 1
2022-08-09 0 $2,956 0
Show More Past Listings...

Building Amenities

140 East 46th Street, New York, NY Doorman Doorman
140 East 46th Street, New York, NY Elevator Elevator(2)
140 East 46th Street, New York, NY Laundry in Building Laundry in Building
140 East 46th Street, New York, NY Live in super Live in super
140 East 46th Street, New York, NY Management Company Management Company
140 East 46th Street, New York, NY No Fee Building

Building Price Range

Studio
$1,800 - $2,300
1 Bed
$2,200 - $3,100

Broker Fee Savings

Studio
$2,460
1 Bed
$3,180

Subway

7
Grand Central - 42nd St

4 min walk, 0.4 miles

4
5
6
7
S
Grand Central - 42nd St

5 min walk, 0.44 miles

4
6
51st St

3 min walk, 0.24 miles

S
Grand Central - 42nd St

5 min walk, 0.25 miles

E
M
Lexington Ave - 53rd St

1 min walk, 0.1 miles

7
5th Ave - Bryant Pk

7 min walk, 0.36 miles

Building Reviews (1)

140 East 46th Street, New York, NY, 10017

Anonymous
Jul 05, 2015

Tenant:

Pros:

140 East 46th is a grungy old Midtown building where I lived for several years only because my office was in 245 Park Avenue, which is diagonally across Lexington. It's the sort of address that when your friends from Chelsea and the Upper East Side ask where you live and you say "46th and Lex," they gaze into the distance with a little frown trying to picture it only to give up finally with "People live there?" Living there conferred instant hipsterdom, whether you wanted it or not.But the reason I stayed there once I found it is that I was living in the shadow of the Chrysler building, a short walk to Grand Central. It had plenty of issues, including a shower head that would literally suck in air at peak periods. But Midtown Manhattan was out my front door. That trumps everything else, no pun intended.