The Saranac – 95 Worth Street

The Saranac is a luxury apartment rental building located in Tribeca. This attractive, 16-story building was erected in 2000 in the manner of some of the city’s better pre-World War II apartment buildings. It has nice proportions, good facade modulation and a handsome roofline with corner pylons and central pavilions. Named after a town in the Adirondack Mountains, its lobby has a wood-beamed ceiling and a large, stone fireplace, imported Pietri di Bedonia blue stone floors and wrought-iron light fixtures. The Saranac is rent stabilized, making it a highly covetable apartment building not just in Tribeca, but in the entire city.

Units and Pricing

There is currently just one apartment available at The Saranac, a one bedroom listed at $2,795/month. This is a great price for a Tribeca luxury rental, probably due to the fact that the building is rent stabilized. Whoever snags this one unit is lucky!

Feature and Amenities

The rent-stabilized building has a large roof deck, a 24-hour doorman, a fitness room with adjacent visible laundry room and outdoor recreation area on the second floor, a 24-hour attended garage, and state-of-the-art wiring. Apartments have 9′ ceilings, Shaker-style golden birch kitchen cabinetry, Chiandone granite island dining counters and individually controlled air-conditioning in living rooms and bedrooms. Apartments on the 14th and 15th floors have fireplaces, washer/dryer units and Arena Bianca marble baths. The two penthouses have 11’4″ ceilings, bay windows, large terraces, skylights in large entrance foyers and private elevator lockouts.

Location

The Saranac is convenient to the many restaurants in TriBeCa and is close to the Financial District and City Hall. The neighborhood has good public transportation and a wide variety of shopping. Tribeca is a neighborhood beloved for its water views, cobblestone streets and antique shops. The building sits within walking distance of the Tribeca Grand Hotel, The Odeon, Whole Foods, Nobu and a bevy of subway lines (A/C/E/1/2/3/R/W). Transportation to work in the morning is a cinch, and at night, you can come home to something quiet and sophisticated.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

The Saranac is a rent-stabilized apartment building located in Tribeca – what more is there to say? It’s nearly impossible to find rent-stabilized apartments in New York, period – let alone one that’s located in one of the hottest neighborhoods around and comes with luxury amenities!

111 Worth Street

111 Worth Street is a gorgeous luxury apartment rental building located in Tribeca. This pleasant red-brick rental apartment building overlooks Foley Square, home to many of the city’s most important courthouses. Erected in 2003 by Forest City Ratner, it contains 330 apartments. The building is convenient to City Hall, the Financial District, Chinatown, SoHo and public transportation. This building has a wood and onyx lobby with a vaulted ceiling, natural light in all corridors, a concierge, a fitness center, a residents’ lounge, floor-to-ceiling windows, and granite kitchen islands with countertops and breakfast bars, and baths have tri-view medicine cabinets.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available rentals at 111 Worth Street, a testament to the building’s popularity. Previous rentals ranged in price from $2,250/month for a studio to $5,850 for a two bedroom, two bath unit. The average price per square foot at 111 Worth Street is $52, which is relatively cheap given the Tribeca neighborhood.

Features and Amenities

111 Worth Street features a wood and onyx lobby with a vaulted ceiling, natural light in all corridors, a concierge, a fitness center, a residents’ lounge, floor-to-ceiling windows, and granite kitchen islands with countertops and breakfast bars, and baths have tri-view medicine cabinets. All apartments are fully sprinklered and have individual climate control in living rooms and bedrooms. Ceilings range up to 11 feet, and large terraces loom above the city on the 3rd and 15th floors. Pets are allowed. Residents have access to a gym, lounge, driving range, putting green, roof deck, plus a full-time doorman and concierge at your disposal. Temporary walls are allowed.

Location

Located on Federal Plaza, residents can walk to SoHo shopping or jog over to Hudson River Park. There is also easy access to the 1,2,3 and 4,5,6 trains – making commuting to Midtown a breeze. 111 Worth Street is technically in Tribeca, but it’s actually much closer to the tiny streets of Chinatown than it is to the cobblestone blocks of the antique and restaurant haven that is Tribeca. Residents enjoy the best of both worlds – cheap food and cheap handbags in Chinatown, and fancy restaurants and upscale boutiques, galleries and antique shops in Tribeca. The building boasts great views of Federal Plaza, and with floor to ceiling windows, come nighttime, you can see the entire skyline.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

111 Worth Street offers great amenities and modern, sun-drenched apartments with luxury finishes. The building allows for the building of temporary walls, so it’s great for young professionals who want large, cool, modern apartments but aren’t able to fork over thousands of dollars each month in rent. The building is perfect for shares, and the location is also great for the young, with the nightlife of Soho, The Tribeca Grand and the Lower East Side all within easy reach.

Tribeca Bridge Tower – 450 North End Avenue

Tribeca Bridge Tower is a luxury apartment rental building located in Battery Park City on the Hudson River. The building’s 151 apartments are designed for family living, with plenty of two- and three- bedroom homes featuring big, bright, airy rooms, oversized windows, copious closet space, and a washer/dryer in each home. This 25-story rental apartment tower was erected in 1998, housing the PS89/IS289 combined elementary and middle school. The building has an entrance marquee, 24-hour doorman, 24-hour concierge, fitness center, children’s playroom, laundry facility, bicycle room and package room.

Units and Pricing

There is currently one available apartment for rent at Tribeca Bridge Tower, a two bedroom unit listed at $5,395/month. Previous apartments ranged in price from $2,653 to $9,400/month. The average price per square foot at Tribeca Bridge Tower is $53.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Tribeca Bridge Tower boast hardwood floors, oversized windows, self-controlled heating and AC, walk-in closets and washer dryers. You’ll also find renovated kitchens with granite countertops, white on white appliances and wooden cabinetry. The building offers a 24-hour doorman, 24-hour concierge, fitness center, children’s playroom, laundry facility, bicycle room and package room.

Location

Tribeca Bridge Tower stands in a neighborhood oasis bordered by the Hudson River’s lovely Esplanade, Battery Park, and the West Side Highway. Few addresses in the city come with such great perks right outside your door. Enjoy the huge selection of downtown restaurants, shops, banks, and museums, plus cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities. Just steps from express transportation and parks and in Manhattan’s most desired school districts, Tribeca Bridge Tower is convenient to the pedestrian bridge over West Street leading into the heart of Tribeca.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Tribeca Bridge Tower offers the ability to live in Battery Park City, where the best nature in NYC is right outside your door. The building offers a bevy of amenities indoors and out, and the apartments are spacious and filled with light. At a price of just $53/square foot, Tribeca Bridge Tower is a great deal on a Battery Park City apartment – especially one that’s oversized, modern and drenched in natural light. While the kids play in the children’s area, you can hit the gym – all without ever leaving the building.

88 Leonard Street

88 Leonard is a luxury apartment rental building located in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan. 88 Leonard brings a rare combination of architectural design, luxury, convenience, and style to a modern aesthetic. It is a new 23-story, 334 unit rental development at Broadway and Leonard Street, and features studios, alcove studios and 1-3 bedrooms. Building amenities include garage, fitness center, lounge, garden, sundeck with hot tub, tenant storage and bicycle storage.

Units and Pricing

There are currently five available listings at 88 Leonard, ranging in size from studios to two bedrooms. The studio is listed at $2,450/month while the two bedroom unit is listed at $5,600/month. The average price per square foot at 88 Leonard is $66 – a steal given the neighborhood!

Features and Amenities

Each apartment features granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchens, marble tile baths and white oak plank floors in the living areas. This pet friendly building has a 24-hour attended lobby, 14th floor sundeck, fireplace lounge, bicycle storage, landscaped spa terrace with 20-foot outdoor whirlpool, on-site parking garage with available valet parking. Other features include special membership rates to adjacent Eastern Athletics gym.

Location

88 Leonard Street is located in the heart of Tribeca, a neighborhood beloved for its water views, cobblestone streets and antique shops. The building sits within walking distance of the Tribeca Grand Hotel, The Odeon, Whole Foods, Nobu and a bevy of subway lines (A/C/E/1/2/3/R/W). Transportation to work in the morning is a cinch, and at night, you can come home to something quiet and sophisticated.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

88 Leonard offers a new building with condominium-style amenities at a fraction of the price you’d pay to own something in the neighborhood. Tribeca is one of the most popular neighborhoods in the city, especially for the young and wealthy – but at just $66/square foot, you don’t have to be loaded to enjoy everything that 88 Leonard has to offer! The myriad of subway lines surrounding the building make getting around as easy as 1,2,3 (literally).

Truffles Tribeca – 42 Desbrosses Street

Truffles Tribeca is, despite the odd name, quite a luxurious apartment rental building located in the hot Tribeca neighborhood. It was erected in 2009 and offers 291 rental apartments in two towers. One tower is 11 stories, the other 15; the two are connected by glass-enclosed skywalks. Truffles Tribeca has a large plaza on Debrosses Street in between the two towers. The building was designed by Gary Handel and is notable for its oversized windows, double height lobby and Hudson River. Apartments offer open kitchens, dark wood floors and large closets. The building boasts a variety of amenities.

Units and Pricing

There are currently six available apartments at Truffles Tribeca, ranging in price from $3,100/month for a studio and $8,995/month for a two bedroom. The average price per square foot at Truffles Tribeca is $61.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Truffles Tribeca feature cherry wood floors, kitchens with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, central air conditioning and individually controlled heat, spa-like bathrooms with rain showers, large closets, open layouts and amazing views. Amenities at the building include Trufflesprive, a one of a kind resident club with a turn of the century bar, cinema, 24-hour fitness facility, library, game room and a gorgeous roof deck furnished with teak furniture, a catering bar and views of the city skyline and the Hudson.

Location

Truffles Tribeca is located on Desbrosses Street with an entrance on West Street, offering all that the hot neighborhood has to offer. The west side offers tennis courts, basketball courts, running and cycling; and the streets of Tribeca offer some of the best dining options in the city. You’ll also find big box retailers like Best Buy, Barnes and Noble and Whole Foods.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Truffles Tribeca markets itself as the most talked about rental building in Manhattan, and for good reason. The building offers amenities that rival some of the greatest condominium buildings in the city – where else can you find a rooftop bar with Indonesian teak furniture and a turn of the century bar? Best of all, the price per square foot isn’t all that expensive given the Tribeca location.

71 Leonard Street

71 Leonard Street is a luxury rental apartment building located in Manhattan’s rapidly growing Tribeca  neighborhood. Tribeca has recently become one of the most desirable places to live in New York City, outpacing the West Village to become the “it” neighborhood with the young and the wealthy. Loft apartments at 71 Leonard Street offer exceptionally high ceilings and large windows, which accentuate the exposed red brick walls and antique tin ceilings. 71 Leonard is just five stories and offers eight luxury style lofts.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units at 71 Leonard Street; previous pricing is unknown.

Features and Amenities

Loft apartments at 71 Leonard have a decidedly Parisian feel, thanks to their open layouts, exposed red bright walls and enormous windows. Period details such as antique tin ceilings, french doors and antique fixtures add a charming quality to the residences, which have been well-restored and modernized with preserving the historical qualities.

Location

Tribeca is rapidly becoming one of the most popular neighborhoods in New York City, thanks to its quaint cobblestone streets, antique shops and top of the line eateries. Gourmet grocery stores and small coffee shops abound, as do big box stores such as Barnes and Noble and Bed Bath and Beyond. 71 Leonard Street is located close to both the 1 and the N/R/W trains, and is within walking distance of Soho.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Ever wanted to live in Paris? Does your job keep you here in New York? Try renting a loft at 71 Leonard – the building’s period details are unbeatable, from the exposed red brick walls to the antiqued tin ceilings to the large windows and the gorgeous French doors. Loft living in New York often means choosing between an artist’s space in the far reaches of Williamsburg, Brooklyn; or laying down a big deposit on a place in Soho. 71 Leonard offers the benefits of loft living without the high cost of ownership – not to the mention the neighborhood is quiet, quaint and well-respected.

88 Leonard – 88 Leonard Street

88 Leonard is located in downtown Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood. Amenities at the luxury rental building include a 14th floor roofdeck, spa terrace and whirlpool.  Each apartment features granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchens, marble tile baths and white oak plank floors in the living areas. Built in 2006, the 23-floor building offers 334 units ranging in size from studios to three bedroom homes. Interestingly, 5% of the units at 88 Leonard (about 18 units) will meet affordable housing requirements thanks to the fact that the building’s developer received $112.5M in funding from Liberty Bond (in accordance with Liberty Bond’s eligibility requirements).

Units and Pricing

There are currently no active rental listings at 88 Leonard, which is a testament to the building’s popularity. Previous rentals, of which there are 288, ranged in price from $2,200/month for a studio to $5,700/month for a two bedroom, two bath unit. The average price per square foot at 88 Leonard is $66.

Features and Amenities

The glass fronted building boasts sun-drenched, spacious apartments with modern, luxurious finishes fit for a condominium but situated in a rental. Floors are done in white oak strip flooring and kitchens boast stainless steel, top of the line appliances and granite countertops to juxtapose the white cabinets, while bathrooms boast elegant tile flooring. Select residences boast Miele washers and dryers. Amenities at 88 Leonard include a garage, fitness center, a media lounge, landscaped garden, landscaped sundeck, spa terrace with 20′ whirlpool, tenant storage and bicycle storage.

Location

88 Leonard is located in the highly hyped downtown neighborhood of Tribeca, where cobblestone streets and old factory buildings blend seamlessly with new high rise buildings. Tribeca offers some of the city’s best restaurants, as well as a street full of antique stores, views of the water, a proximity to Soho shopping, and its very own Whole Foods, Barnes and Noble and Best Buy. Tribeca features renowned schools and even more renowned architecture. Everything is at your fingertips in this historic neighborhood.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

88 Leonard might be slightly pricy, but you get what you pay for. The residences are gorgeous, and the amenities are beyond. The building feels like a high priced condominium, but in fact, it’s a rental, which means you get all of the finishes and amenities but none of the commitment required to actually buy a place. Tribeca is a great place for young families, what with its big box stores, great schools, and amazing boutiques. It’s just a hop, skip and a jump to Wall Street and Soho, and the Hudson River is at your doorstep. In short, 88 Leonard knocks it out of the park. The apartments are gorgeous, and the location is unbeatable.

Tribeca Tower – 105 Duane Street

Tribeca Tower is a 52-story building located in Manhattan’s trendiest neighborhood. There is an apartment to suit every lifestyle at Tribeca Tower, from pied-a-terre studios to one and two-bedroom residences, many with dining solariums featuring floor-to-ceiling windows. Gourmet kitchens with full-sized appliances and white cabinetry, baths with marble top vanities, oak parquet floors and custom closets are sought-after features of these Downtown apartments. Condo-quality amenities include an entertainment lounge, private rooftop sun terrace, indoor swimming pool, and state-of-the art fitness center.  A David Rockwell-designed two story lobby is concierge attended 24 hours a day.

Units and Pricing

There are currently four available rental units at Tribeca Tower, ranging in price from $3,795 to $5,500. A studio is listed for $4,425; the additional three available apartments are one bedrooms ranging in price from the aforementioned $3,795 to $5,500. Previous rental listings, of which there are 252, ranged from $2,400 to $4,495. The average price per square foot at Tribeca Tower is $63, a small price to pay for Tribeca living.

Features and Amenities

Studio apartments at Tribeca Tower feature floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchens with full-sized appliances and white cabinetry, baths with marble top vanities, oak parquet floors and custom closets. 1 bedroom apartments come with either 1.5 or 2 baths. They have been designed with dining solariums, gourmet pass-through kitchens with granite countertops and white cabinets, baths with marble tile and marble top vanities, blonde parquet floors and ample closet space. 2 bedroom homes feature dining solariums with floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchens with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and white cabinetry.  These units also offer 2 full baths with marble top vanities and custom closet space.

Amenities at Tribeca Tower include a health and fitness center, an entertainment lounge, a landscaped sun terrace, and a swimming pool. Services include the Related Personal Assistant, move-in coordination, electronic payments, in-home package delivery, resident service specialists and more.

Location

Tribeca Tower is located in one of Manhattan’s most desirable, historic neighborhoods. Tribeca, which is part factory building, part cobble-stoned street and part waterfront, is perfect for growing families and young professionals alike. Many of New York’s most renowned restaurants – including Bouley, Nobu and The Odeon – are here. Weekends can be spent biking or rollerblading along the esplanade, or, should that not suit your fancy, antique boutique hopping on Duane Street. Whatever it is that you desire to do, Tribeca has it.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

The dining solariums at Tribeca Tower are a standout feature of the apartments themselves; it’s rare to find such a feature in a non-condominium building. The apartments themselves are sun-drenched, and while the amenities aren’t the tip of the top in terms of luxury, you’ll get what you paid for, and then some. For those looking to live in Tribeca, Tribeca Tower is extremely reasonable, especially given the Duane Street location.

Tribeca Park – 34 River Terrace

Tribeca Park is a 27-story residential high-rise building with 395 rental units ranging in size from studios to three bedrooms. Located in the heart of Manhattan’s trendiest neighborhood, this Robert A.M. Stern designed building boasts waterfront rentals with river and city views. Granite kitchen countertops and gourmet appliances are standard features in these Tribeca apartments, along with oak parquet flooring, carpeted bedrooms, marble bathrooms and customized closets. Amenities include a BBQ dining terrace for summer grilling, an indoor swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, private landscaped sculpture garden in the courtyard, and a lobby finished in marble and imported pearwood. Additional features include round-the-clock concierge service, on-site garage parking and personal assistant services.

Units and Pricing

There are currently nine available rental listings at Tribeca Park, ranging from $2,795 for a studio to $6,995 for a two bedroom. A one bedroom apartment is listed for $4,295. Previous listings ranged from $2k-$6k. The average price per square foot at Tribeca Park is $57.

Features and Amenities

Alcove studio apartments at Tribeca Park have kitchens with white GE appliances, granite counters and full-sized appliances, marble baths with pedestal sinks, deep cabinets, and customized closets. Oversized one-bedroom layouts showcase windowed gourmet kitchens with granite counters. Large living spaces allow for home offices or dining areas. These homes also have marble tile baths with pedestal sinks. Carpeted bedrooms and customized closet space are also included. The largest of the layouts available at Tribeca Park, corner 2 bedroom units feature large living rooms with alcoves that can be used as a dining area, windowed eat-in-kitchens with granite countertops and gourmet appliances and dining area adjacent to the kitchen. These homes also feature oak parquet flooring, carpeted bedrooms, 2 full marble bathrooms with pedestal sinks, and customized closet space.
Residents at Tribeca Park enjoy a landscaped rooftop BBQ terrace, a bicycle storage room, an entertainment lounge, a garden, children’s playroom, health and fitness center, swimming pool. Services include the Related Personal Assistant, move-in coordination, electronic payments, in-home package delivery and more.
Location
Tribeca is one of the most highly sought after neighborhoods in Manhattan. Chock full of wealthy young professionals and stroller-toting families, the neighborhood also boasts some of the city’s most respected eateries, as well as a slew of antique shops, boutiques and bars. Right outside your doorstep at Tribeca Park, you’ll find  art galleries, cinemas, ball fields, sushi bars, grocery stores, parks, schools, subways, maybe even your office.

Why You Would Want to Live Here
Tribeca Park boasts waterfront living, as well as a bevy of amenities, alongside spacious apartment layouts and fine finishes. Between all the neighborhood of Tribeca has to offer and the gorgeous views boasted by Tribeca Park, a home in this building means living in the lap of luxury in the most fashionable neighborhood around, while at once being surrounded by the serenity and relaxation that lower Manhattan brings.

Tribeca Green – 325 North End Avenue

Tribeca Green is a luxury rental apartment building located in on the crossroads of Tribeca and Battery Park City. The building sits amongst the cobble-stoned streets and former factory buildings the neighborhood, and boasts smoke-free, eco-friendly residences that range from alcove studios to three-bedrooms with libraries. Tribeca Green markets itself as New York’s most environmental rental, thanks to its LEED Gold certification. It is one of the first green residential high-rise buildings in the nation. Tribeca Green was designed for a new era of cleaner, energy-efficient luxury living by architect Robert A. M. Stern. Residences boast oversized windows to maximize the views and light the light in. Condominium-quality finishes and fixtures–including granite kitchens and marble baths–have been used throughout.

Units and Pricing

There are currently seven active rental units at Tribeca Green, ranging from $2,795 to $6,000/month in price. A one bedroom rental is listed at $3,395, while a two bedroom. 1,200 square foot unit is listed at $6k.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Tribeca Green feature large windows with granite sills, gourmet kitchens with Energy-Star rated Kitchen Aide stainless steel appliances, Euro-style cabinetry and marble counters,  marble baths, oak parquet floors and custom closets. 1 bedroom layouts have sleek kitchen finishes with marble counters, porcelain tile floors, custom-designed Euro-style cabinetry with glass accents, Energy-Star rated Kitchen Aide stainless steel appliances, as well as, lavish marble baths, oak parquet floors, carpeted bedrooms, and ample closet space. Large three bedroom units are also available with libraries.

Amenities at Tribeca Green include  a children’s playroom, bicycle storage room, a business and internet lounge, an entertainment lounge and a health and fitness center. Services at Tribeca Green mirror those of a luxury condominium, and include a Related Personal Assistant, move-in coordination, electronic payments, in-home package delivery and more. More notable than the amenities at Tribeca Green, however, is the building’s eco-friendly philosophy and follow through. Tribeca Green is a smoke-free residence, which means higher indoor air quality. The building boasts a  host of environmentally-friendly design features, from energy-producing solar panels on the roof to high-efficiency Energy Star appliances in every apartment.

Location

Located on the cusp of Battery Park City and Tribeca, Tribeca Green sits in one of the city’s trendiest neighborhoods. It’s proximity to Battery Park City, however, lends a sense of quiet to the building. Residents live among New York’s most renowned restaurants, including Bouley, Nobu and The Odeon, and they can work off their caloric intake by biking, running or rollerblading for miles along the riverfront esplanade that runs down the perimeter of Battery Park City.  Just steps from Tribeca Green, you’ll find  art galleries, cinemas, ball fields, sushi bars, grocery stores, parks, schools, subways, maybe even your office.

Why You’d Want to Live Here

Tribeca is, as mentioned above, one of the trendiest locations in all of Manhattan. It’s also one of the most expensive. The old world charm of the neighborhood, which is flooded with old factory buildings that boast incredible architectural features such as large arched windows and historical tin ceilings, is apparent at every turn, and while Tribeca Green places a foot firmly in the future with its modern and luxurious apartments, the neighborhood itself offers the feeling that you’ve stepped back in time just the tiniest bit. Those looking for a sustainable residence will be satisfied with Tribeca Green’s environmental efforts and its LEED Gold certification, but even those who aren’t all about saving the planet will appreciate the cleaner air, and of course the laundry list of amenities the building has to offer.