The age-old question: where do I rent an apartment in New York City? Older options abound, but new buildings debut on the rental market just about every week. For this heatmap of where to rent right now, Curbed looked at the buzziest rentals of the past six months or so, mapping only those that have more than one unit available at this very second. (That said, the new buildings with no availability might well be popular for a reason and are worth keeping an eye on.) Did we miss any? Let us know.Read More
Where to Rent in New York City Right Now
Looking for a new apartment in NYC? Look no further
70 Pine Street
Cast Iron Lofts II
Via 57 West "Courtscraper"
This Glenwood Management-developed building will start welcoming residents in July, and leasing recently got underway on the 48-story building's 205 market-rate units. Those apartments start at $3,483 for a studio and go up to $8,663 per month for a two-bedroom, among the currently listed apartments. Amenities include a 50-foot glass tile lap pool on the roof that sits under a skylight, a fitness center, and a 24-hour doorman
The Enclave at the Cathedral
The 428 apartments that make up the Enclave at the Cathedral are split up between two 15-story buildings with space for the entrance to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. The development was controversial for blocking views of the Cathedral, but that hasn't deterred potential tenants with several units already in contract. The apartments range from studios to two-bedrooms and the cheapest unit currently listed is renting for $2,626 per month. Amenities include a 2,000 square-foot fitness center and an art gallery.
Targeted towards young professionals, The Berkley in Williamsburg offers 95 apartments that come in studios, one bedrooms, and two-bedrooms. Currently, four units are still available from Bold New York, including one of the two-bedroom penthouse units that's renting for $6,115 per month. The cheapest unit in the building was renting for $2,723 just a few weeks ago. Amenities include a rooftop sundeck with barbecue stations and showers, and a two-story fitness center and yoga lawn.
The ODA New York-designed Long Island City rental is already 60 percent rented, according to a spokesperson, only a few weeks after they went on the market in April. The 11-story building has 175 apartments, featuring studios, one, two, and three-bedroom apartments. The cheapest currently available is a studio priced at $2,695 per month. Amenities include ample outdoor space, a pool, and a roof terrace with stunning Manhattan views.
393 West End Avenue
This landmarked Upper West Side building features a total of 43 apartments that range in price from $4,965 for a one-bedroom to a staggering $20,077 for a four-bedroom, among the currently listed units. The Simon Barren-developed building was originally built in 1927, but recently underwent a conversion into a luxury rental courtesy of designer Vincent Wolf. Amenities in this 16-story building include a rooftop terrace, a fitness center, and a children's playroom.