For Rent in NYC
Everything you need to know about apartments for rent in NYC.
The gut-renovated townhouse dates back to 1908, and sits on a yellow brick-lined street
The Niko East Village is one of just a few new developments that far east in Alphabet City
The legendary chef, author, and TV personality died in June.
One Blue Slip, the megaproject’s first exclusively market-rate rental, has apartments from $2,600/month
Check out the swoon-worthy, double-height living room on this one.
The penthouse measures 5,000 square feet and comes with four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The 21-story building has 110 apartments that come in studio through two-bedroom variants
Apartments at the 12-story rental are asking from $3,277/month
The building, designed by Woods Bagot, will have apartments starting at $2,100/month
The three-level apartment is located on the top floors of a six-story former warehouse.
House No.94 has 60 market-rate rentals and 15 affordable apartments
The 770-foot skyscraper has 483 rentals spread out over 64 floors.
The three-tower development will bring 857 apartments to the neighborhood.
Glassworks Bushwick, which was designed by ASH NYC, has a total of 63 rentals.
The project, which includes studios to three-bedrooms priced from $2,300, shares a developer and architect with Jersey City’s massive Journal Squared.
Rents at this building, which is located across from Zabar’s, range from $10,000/month to $25,000/month.
The 12-story development has a total of 194 apartments, including 59 affordable units.
The eight-story building at the corner of Clarkson and Nostrand Avenues has 170 apartments.
The six-story building has studio through three-bedroom apartments asking from $2,123/month.
See what you can get in neighborhoods like Tribeca, the East Village, and Chelsea.
The 42-story tower is one of the largest rental buildings in the city.