See Inside New York City's Most Expensive Rental Home At US$150,000 Per Month!

It will come as news to nobody that it is expensive to live in New York, but we all might have to do a double-take at the city's latest offering.

An apartment on New York's new Billionaire's Row has just gone up for rent for $150,000 per month - and the new tenants won't even get furniture thrown in.

The 4,500sq-ft pad is on the 65ft floor of One57, the periscope-like glass skyscraper designed by French architect Christian de Portzamparc which is just one of several exclusive apartment blocks currently springing up along 57th Street, now dubbed Billionaire's Row.

The penthouse at the top of the tower has already smashed records for the most expensive family home in New York after selling earlier this year for a staggering $100.5million.

The 65th floor apartment, which boasts three bedrooms, each one adjoined to a bathroom with marbled showers and soaking tubs, plus a fully-equipped kitchen and floor-to ceiling windows giving views over the length of Central Park and Midtown.

The interior, which features 11ft high ceilings and a rosewood floor arranged in a French herringbone pattern, has been designed by Dutch-born, Harvard educated architect Thomas Juul-Hansen who is currently heading up projects across Midtown, Chelsea and the Upper East Side.

While that might be enough to ensure you never want to leave your apartment again, residents also enjoy access to a yoga studio, full fitness center and the swimming pool inside the five-star Hyatt hotel which occupies the bottom 25 floors of the tower.

There is also a caterer's kitchen available, for nights of entertaining, along with an event room, a concierge service, and a 24-hour doorman.