NYC's most expensive apartment rental will make your jaw drop

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New York City is expensive. A Bloomberg report found the average apartment price in Manhattan is $3,400 hundred dollars a month, and that's for a one bedroom. So what would a $500,000 per month apartment look like?

According to Fortune, New York City's priciest apartment goes for half a million dollars and comes with a chauffeured Jaguar, personal butler, and a beautiful view of Central Park. Just don't expect free internet -- apparently that's extra.

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The $500K extended-stay flat is a six bedroom, six and a half bath, 1,980 square foot apartment on the 39th floor of the luxury five-star hotel The Pierre.

Yes, the Murano glass chandeliers, marble bathrooms, fully stocked bar, private elevator, butler, chauffeur, and amenities like a fitness and business center are very nice -- but if you break it up, a renter would pay nearly $30,000 per night.

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That's more than half of what the average new yorker makes in an entire year.

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NYC's most expensive apartment rental will make your jaw drop

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