Habitat – 154 East 29th Street

Habitat is a luxury apartment rental building located in the heart of Manhattan’s Kips Bay neighborhood. The building offers spacious studio and one bedrooms with updated kitchens boasting ceramic tile floors, maple wood cabinetry and granite countertops. Habitat boasts 17 stories and sits along Third Avenue.

Units and Pricing

There are currently just two available units at Habitat, a studio and a one bedroom. This is a testament to the popularity of the building. The studio is listed for $2,295/month and the one bedroom is listed for $2,895/month. The average price per square foot at Habitat is a mere $45, a great price for just about any location.

Features and Amenities

Habitat offers studio and one bedrooms, both with spacious layouts and updated kitchens. Kitchens boast granite countertops, maple cabinetry, dishwashers and microwaves. All apartments have thermal pane windows, and residents have access to concierge services, laundry and a part-time doorman who mans the mirrored lobby. There is a furnished and landscaped rooftop deck.


Habitat sits in the heart of Manhattan’s Kips Bay neighborhood on the border of Murray Hill. Both neighborhoods are known for their charm, and the tree-lined streets boast a bevy of bars, eateries, groceries and entertainment options. Take one step out of your building in Kips Bay and you’re surrounded by a myriad of dining and entertainment options. Habitat is close to the 6 Train, which runs along Lexington Avenue, and is just a short walk to the RW at Broadway and 23rd Street.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

While Habitat doesn’t necessarily offer a large variety of amenities, the neighborhood bumps up the building’s likability factor. Apartments at Habitat are spacious and offer renovated kitchens, and the rooftop deck adds a serene and relaxing element. Habitat’s real coup, however, is its location. Just steps outside of the building you’ll find a Starbucks, five different bars, ten different restaurants in all shapes, sizes and persuasions – the neighborhood has everything.