The Metro – 17 John Street

The Metro is a 15-story luxury doorman apartment rental building featuring 111 loft apartments. The Metro is one of the first and finest examples of residential revival in the Financial District. The loft apartments at Metro are spacious and sunlit thanks to large windows, and feature hardwood floors, stainless steel chef’s kitchens with granite countertops, and marble baths with soaking tubs. They range in size from 500 to 1,300 square feet. There is a rooftop deck as well as an entertainment lounge with pool table and comfortable couches and chairs.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no apartments available at The Metro, but previous rentals ranged in price from $2,395/month for a one bedroom, one bath to $4,200/month for one of the largest units in the building.

Features and Amenities

Ten-foot-high ceilings, three floorplans, five elevators, a lounge with pool tables, hardwood floors, live-in superintendent, laundry service and rooftop terrace – all things you’ll find at The Metro, as well as stainless steel kitchens and marble baths. With open loft layouts, the rest of up to you!

Location

The Metro is located on John Street, just a few blocks from the heart of the Financial District, Wall Street. It’s just a block in either direction to a bevy of different subway lines, so getting in, out of and around the city is a total cinch. The Financial District is one of the fastest growing residential neighborhoods in the city, and with the residential growth comes the addition of Starbucks coffee stores, Duane Reade pharmacies, groceries, bars, restaurants and more. The beauty of the area is that while it’s full of loud, angry suit-wearing types during the day, come night, it quiets down.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

The Metro isn’t chock full of amazing amenities, but the building offers spacious light-filled residences with updated kitchens and baths. It’s an old building that’s undergone a renovation, and those who converted it took great care to make sure they preserved the original grandeur of the building. These days, the Financial District is one of the greatest places to live – it’s up and coming enough to still be relatively inexpensive by New York standards, but it’s also full of hot spots and apartments big enough for a full dining room table. There’s a doorman and a concierge, there’s just not a gym. In other words, for the price and the looks of it, The Metro is a great Financial District apartment building.

47 Ann Street

47 Ann Street is a loft rental apartment building located in downtown Manhattan in the Fulton/Seaport neighborhood. The pre-war building boasts seven floors with twelve apartments, each of which boast loft style living with high ceilings, hardwood floors and tons of natural sunlight. 47 Ann Street sits in the heart of the Financial District, and boasts historic details and modern touches.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no units available at 47 Ann Street; the last rented unit went for $4,445/month.

Features and Amenities

The loft apartments at 47 Ann Street boast spacious, sun-drenched layouts. Massive windows flood the lofts with light, as do the french doors in the spaces. White washed, turn of the century tin ceilings offer a defining historical element, as do the exposed brick walls and the original refinished hardwood floors.

Location

47 Ann Street sits just above Wall Street in the heart of the Financial District, one of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods. The Financial District is the fastest growing residential neighborhood in the city, and for good reason. By day, the streets are swarmed by tourists and Wall Street suits, but by night, the area quiets down, leaving only the residents and the beautiful water views of the South Street Seaport. 47 Ann is located right next to the A/C subway line, and close to both the 4/5 and the J/M/Z, so transportation around the city is a cinch.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Generally, loft living in New York means one of two things: you either live with a bunch of artists in middle of nowhere Brooklyn, or you buy a place in Soho that will cost you millions. 47 Ann offers unique, historically accurate and gorgeous lofts with no fee and zero commitment, so you get all the great pre-war details, like exposed brick and tin ceilings, without having to plunk down hundreds of thousands of dollars for a deposit. The neighborhood is still up and coming, but it’s growing fast, and the bevy of subway lines around the building mean you can get anywhere in the city – and fast!

Morton Square – 600 Washington Street

Morton Square at 600 Washington Street is a luxury apartment rental building located in Greenwich Village. 600 Washington is surrounded by cobblestone streets, landmark buildings, hidden square and ivy covered facades. The building boasts easy access to galleries, cafes, great eateries and boutiques. 600 Washington is the only new rental residence built in this landmark area in more than decade. The building offers 9′ high ceilings, fully equipped kitchens, covered parking and furnished rental units.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available apartments at Morton Square, a testament to the popularity of the building. Previous rentals $2,350 to $6,700/month. The average price per square foot is $72.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Morton Square boast 9′ high ceilings, linen closets, individually controlled heating and air conditioning, fully equipped kitchens and extra storage. The building offers covered parking, a gorgeous lobby, a state of the art fitness center and furnished rentals.

Location

Greenwich Village is intimate, quaint, and synonymous with New York’s bohemian culture. Even the many trendy shops, restaurants and nightspots that delight residents do not detract from the inherent charm of this neighborhood still defined by its deep artistic roots. Boasting cobblestone tree-lined streets and drool-worthy brownstones, there’s nothing you can’t find in the  neighborhood.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Morton Square offers the opportunity to live in a famous, landmarked neighborhood while keeping in tune with your modern needs. The building is the only new property to be built in Greenwich Village, and offers state of the art amenities alongside Village charm. The prices are high, but the views and the location are worth it.

Parc Coliseum – 228 West 71st Street

Parc Coliseum is a luxury apartment rental building located on Manhattan’s  Upper West Side. Located on a tree lined Manhattan Street amongst historic brownstones, Parc Coliseum is conveniently situated between West End Avenue and Broadway. The 1,2 and 3 trains at 72nd Street are just one block from the building. The newly renovated apartment homes feature stainless steel appliances, floor-to-ceiling tiled bathrooms, elegant fixtures and natural wood flooring. The building offers a concierge service and on-site laundry.

Units and Pricing

There are currently two available units at Parc Coliseum, a 450 square foot studio listed at $3,490/month and a two bedroom with 1,100 square feet listed at $5,000/month. Previous rental listings averaged $69/square foot; current listings average a higher price of $73/square foot.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Parc Coliseum boast unique interior finishes with ceramic tile, hardwood floors and great views; as well as kitchens with dishwashers. Building amenities include concierge service, laundry and on-site management.

Location

The Upper West Side is one of New York’s most vibrant, desirable and family-friendly neighborhoods. Amid tree-lined streets and landmark buildings, an eclectic mix of restaurants and outdoor cafes invite you to linger, museums and galleries enliven your imagination, and Lincoln Center, the Beacon Theater and other nearby venues offer endless entertainment options. A cook’s (or take-out fancier’s) dream, the neighborhood is virtually unrivalled for gourmet groceries such as Zabar’s, Fairway and Citarella. For some rest and relaxation, you can’t beat the city’s legendary urban oasis, Central Park, just steps away.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Parc Coliseum isn’t full of fancy amenities, but the units are perfectly nice and the location is positively spectacular. The Upper West Side is full of charming boutiques, eateries, bars and brownstones, and Central Park is just a hop, skip and a jump away. Apartments at Parc Coliseum are unique and spacious and offer great views.

420 East 80th Street

420 East 80th Street is a luxury apartment rental building located on the Upper East Side. The building features brand new renovated apartments close to the 77th Street subway station. Apartment at 420 East 80th Street boast 9 foot ceilings, individually controlled air conditioning, mini blinds, spacious layouts, large windows and updated kitchens with granite countertops. The building amenities include an on-site concierge, parking garage, laundry and more.

Units and Pricing

There are currently four available units at 420 East 80th Street, ranging in size from one to two bedrooms. Prices range from $4,350 to $4,950/month. The average price per square foot is just $47, which is a steal for the Upper East Side.

Location

420 East 80th Street is located less than a mile from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Upper East Side is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan, thanks to its quiet, tree-lined streets and gorgeous architecture. Once a haven for the wealthy and upper class folks, it’s become a place that also suits the upwardly mobile. The neighborhood has drawn bars, eateries and shopping destinations onto its streets, so you’ll never lack for something to do.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

420 East 80th Street is a great building with perfectly good amenities. It doesn’t offer all the amenities you’d find at a condominium, but the prices are reasonable, especially given the neighborhood. Surrounded by prestigious museums and galleries, prominent boutiques, award-winning restaurants, and just a few short blocks away from Central Park, the Upper East Side  is considered a metropolitan paradise.

RiverTower – 420 East 54th Street

RiverTower is a luxury apartment building located in the prestigious Sutton Place neighborhood of Manhattan. The 38-story high rise features Euro-style kitchens with granite countertops and premium appliances, marble bathrooms with glass showers, and custom closets. RiverTower offers an onsite wine cellar, a bicycle room and a landscaped plaza. The building is located just one block from the East River, and it’s a short walk to Park Avenue for the best New York City shopping, restaurants and nightlife.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units at RiverTower, which is a testament to the building’s popularity. Previous rental listings ranged in size from one to four bedrooms and ranged in price from $2,800/month for a studio to a staggering $49,000/month for a penthouse unit with four bedrooms, six baths and 6,500 square feet. The price per square foot is $61.

Features and Amenities

Homes at RiverTower boast, above all, the prestigious Sutton Place location. The building overlooks the water, so you get spectacular East River and city views. Apartments at RiverTower offer spacious layouts, marble bathrooms and more; amenities include an attentive staff, 24-hour concierge and doorman, available valet service and housekeeping, a wine cellar, a luggage and bicycle room, laundry room and landscaped sculpture garden.

Location

RiverTower is located in the prestigious Sutton Place neigborhood. It’s just a short walk from the United Nations, and overlooks the East River. Second Avenue in the fifties and sixties boasts a bevy of eateries, bars and grocery stores, and there is a movie theater on 64th and 2nd. There’s plenty to do in the area, and Sutton Place is one of the most respected neighborhoods in Manhattan. RiverTower sits on a quiet tree-lined street chock full of charm.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

The Sutton Place neighborhood is one of yore – when you live there, you’ve arrived. The apartments at RiverTower are unique and beautiful, with spacious layouts and marble bathrooms. The building might not be chock full of amenities, but it offers a full time doorman, health club, laundry and garage – all anyone really needs.

Longacre House – 305 West 50th Street

Longacre House is a luxury apartment rental building located in the Clinton neighborhood. It stretches 26 stories and offers interior features such as maple cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, floor to ceiling windows and more. The building is pet friendly and offers a fitness room, resident lounge, and four garden rooftop terraces. It’s located close to Times Square and the Theater District and is conveniently close to the A, C and E subway lines.

Units and Pricing

There are currently just two available units at Longacre House, a studio unit and a one bedroom. The studio unit is listed at $2,600/month while the one bedroom is listed at $3,400/month. The current price per square foot is $54; previously, that amount was $58.

Features and Amenities

Units at Longacre House boast high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors. All units offer incredible river and city views. The building boasts an attentive staff, 24-hour on site valet parking, a 24-hour concierge, 24-hour health club, housekeeping services available, a laundry room, sun and garden decks, subway access in the building and more.

Location

You couldn’t ask for a better Midtown location than Longacre House. The building is located close to Times Square and the Theater District. It’s just minutes to endless shopping, restaurants and entertainment. Convenient to A, C and E subway lines and the 1 and 9 subway lines, and situated near Penn Station and Grand Central Station, access in and out of the city is a cinch! Central Park is also within walking distance.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Longacre House is the perfect pied-a-terre for those who want to live close to their offices in Midtown and wish for an easy commute in, out and around the city. The residences aren’t as modern as they come, but the building offers great amenities and an incredible location. All of Manhattan is at your fingertips at Longacre House.

Parc East – 240 East 27th Street

Parc East is a luxury apartment rental building located on the cusp of Manhattan’s Gramercy and Murray Hill neighborhoods. Apartments at Parc East boast individually controlled heat and AC, spacious closets, linen closets and more. The building is within walking distance to the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, 3rd Avenue’s fantastic shops and lively restaurants. Parc East is close to FDR Drive and the Midtown Tunnel.

Units and Pricing

There is currently only one unit available at Parc East, a one bedroom listed at $4,475/month. The price per square foot is $48. Previous rental listings ranged in price from $2,980 to $15,000/month (for the penthouse unit).

Features and Amenities

Units at Parc East feature individually controlled air conditioning, high speed internet access, linen closets, amazing views, walk-in closets, mini blinds, updated kitchens with stainless steel appliances and marble baths as well as a spacious closets. Building amenities include concierge service, a fitness center, laundry facility, a package service, renter’s insurance available, valet dry cleaning service available and on site management staff.

Location

Parc East is located on East 27th Street on the cusp of three neighborhoods: Kips Bay, Gramercy Park and Murray Hill. Gramercy Park brings the prestige, while Kips Bay and Murray Hill bring the neighborhood charm and the streets packed with eateries, boutiques, bars and coffee shops. Parc East is located fairly far east, so all the units boast river views, and the path along the East River is perfect for runners and picnickers alike.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Parc East offers an easy commute to Midtown Manhattan with all the quiet and charm of three quintessentially New York neighborhoods. Residents will enjoy the amenities without having to pay for anything over the top, and the apartments have been perfectly well renovated.

Empire Building – 71 Broadway

The Empire Building at 71 Broadway is located on the edge of Manhattan’s Financial District, just moments from the New York Stock Exchange and all the beauty and prestige of Wall Street. 71 Broadway offers apartments with 9 foot high ceilings, large bay windows and unique interior finishes, including hardwood floors, crown molding and more. The building boasts a fitness center, laundry, concierge and more.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units at the Empire Building, a testament to the property’s popularity. Previous rental listings ranged in price from $2,075 to $5,790/month. The average price per square foot at the Empire Building is just $48.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at the Empire Building boast 9′ high ceilings, air conditioning, bay windows and/or floor to ceiling windows in some units, crown molding, unique interior finishes including ceramic tiles in the kitchen and bath and hardwood floors in all other rooms, incredible views, walk in closet, mini blinds and more. The kitchens offer white on white appliances and white cabinetry. Building amenities include cable and satellite TV hookups, concierge service, extra storage, a fitness center, laundry facility, package service, available renters insurance and more.

Location

The Empire Building is located on the edge of the Financial District, one of Manhattan’s fastest growing residential neighborhoods. Though its filled with Wall Street suits by day, by evening, the neighborhood quiets down, leaving just the residents there to enjoy the bevy of restaurants, bars and sparkling water views. The Financial District boasts a staggering seven subway lines, so commuting around the city is a cinch.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

The Empire Building boasts unique apartments with pre-war charm and old world prestige. The amenities offer everything you need and nothing you don’t, which keeps the price per square foot to a low $48. The location is spectacular and the views are out of this world, so where you sacrifice modern finishes you make up for in the best window seat in the city.

777 6th Avenue

777 6th Avenue is a luxury apartment rental building located in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood. The 32 story luxury rental apartment building offers state-of-the-art green design, a private garden entry with water wall, and apartment finishes that include stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and dramatic floor to ceiling windows. Thanks to the 6th Avenue location, great shops and restaurants are steps from the building. 777 6th Avenue is located within walking distance to the NR and F trains.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units for rent at 777 6th Avenue, a testament to the popularity of the building. Previous listings ranged in price from $2,595 to $6,350/month. The average price per square foot at 777 6th Avenue is $59.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at 777 6th Avenue boast bay windows and/or floor to ceiling windows and unique interior finishes with ceramic tiles in kitchens and baths and hardwood floors elsewhere. All units have individually controlled heat and air conditioning, spacious closets and garden tubs in the baths. Units offer fully equipped kitchens with frost free refrigerators, stainless steel appliances, breakfast rooms or breakfast bars, island kitchens and microwaves.

Building features include a 24-hour concierge and attentive staff, full services including a 24 hour health club, a resident’s community room, a laundry room, multiple outdoor terraces, a private garden entry and prewired fiber optics. The building is pet friendly.

Location

Located on 6th Avenue between 26th and 27th Streets, the building sits in the heart of Chelsea, amidst shops, bars, eateries and galleries galore. 777 6th Avenue is located within walking distance to the NR and F trains. It’s just minutes from Madison Square Garden, Soho and the Meatpacking District.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

777 6th Avenue offers condominium-like finishes and amenities without the commitment of purchasing a home in one of the most expensive cities in the world. The building boasts an amazing Chelsea location, sitting just steps from galleries, public transit, boutiques, bars and more. The units are spacious and filled with storage, and come with the option of being pre-furnished. If you’re looking for a place that will do it all for you, 777 6th Avenue is the home for you.