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Turtle Bay

Located in All Midtown, Manhattan
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Turtle Bay: Turtle Bay’s wide range in living costs is attracting a younger crowd. Originally a boatyard that protected ships from the East River winds, Turtle Bay is now one of the wealthiest yet affordable neighborhoods in Manhattan. Upscale restaurants neighbor affordable eateries and high-rise buildings tower over small shops and bars. Housing prices range from affordable rentals to multi-million dollar penthouses. Young singles and young families are increasingly moving to Turtle Bay’s residential areas, attracted by the neighborhoods numerous public parks and proximity to Grand Central Station and the United Nations Headquarters. Turtle Bay offers both convenience and options.

Turtle Bay $1,947 per ft² (avg.)
What's Close by?
Sutton Place $1,396 per ft² (avg.)
Midtown $4,168 per ft² (avg.)
Midtown South $1,979 per ft² (avg.)
Murray Hill $1,228 per ft² (avg.)
Within Turtle Bay
Beekman $2,041 per ft² (avg.)
New Developments

209 For Sale

5 new listings, 0 sold this week

median: $959,000 | $1,350 per ft² | 1,050 ft²   View All Listings

250 East 53rd Street #2903
$1,795,000 for sale
1 bed2 baths966 ft²
Condo in Turtle Bay
12 Beekman Place #12E
$625,000 for sale
1 bed1 bath
Co-op in Beekman
870 United Nations Plaza #32B
$2,295,000 for sale
2 beds2.5 baths
Co-op in Beekman

294 For Rent

2 new listings, 1 rented this week

median: $3,400 | $62 per ft² | 750 ft²   View All Listings

301 East 45th Street
$2,950 for rent
1 bed1 bath800 ft²
Condo in Turtle Bay
845 United Nations Plaza
$22,500 for rent
3 beds5 baths3,091 ft²
Condo in Turtle Bay
211 East 51st Street
$3,200 for rent
1 bed1 bath600 ft²
Condo in Turtle Bay

30 New Developments

median: $4,050,000 | $2,087 per ft² | 1,636 ft²   View All Listings

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