For Rent in NYC
Everything you need to know about apartments for rent in NYC.
There are 60 studios, one-, and two-bedrooms up for grabs
The 26-story rental is the tallest building within the nine-site megadevelopment.
The Landing at Brooklyn Bridge Park is poised to hit the rental market in early 2019.
Historic details like a stained-glass window and transverse arches make this place an architectural stunner.
Before Summit New York’s 429 rentals hit the market in January, take a look at the new building’s interiors.
The building has 62 apartments, some with views of Bryant Park
The apartment is asking a mind-boggling $125,000/month.
A good amount of space for a decent price.
The carriage house measures 1,800 square feet and comes with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The launch debuted one studio and three one-bedroom apartments with rents from $2,670/month.
The 62-story building stands 700 feet tall and has a total of 426 apartments.
The lottery is geared toward middle- and upper-middle-class New Yorkers.
The 29-story building has 533 apartments up for grabs, and some of them have private outdoor space
The building has a total of 118 apartments starting from about $3,000/month
The new building, named No. 223, has 63 apartments