Apartments for rent in Chelsea
169 Rentals in Chelsea
Chelsea has made a name for itself as one of New York City's most desirable neighborhoods thanks to it's cool, artistic vibe, luxury apartment buildings, and excellent nightlife. The development of West Chelsea has done nothing, but help prices explode, making Chelsea rentals the most expensive in midtown Manhattan. Nowadays, finding a deal on a Chelsea apartment for rent is quite the challenge, and for most renters finding a no-fee apartment in Chelsea is as good as it gets. If, however, the monthly rental price is what matters most, you should prepare yourself to look at inventory in older, walk-up buildings that will likely come with a broker fee. Many of these older apartments will have railroad-style layouts, so they're best for single folk or couples who don't plan on entertaining often. On the other end of the spectrum, the neighborhood is a paradise for luxury apartments as many new ultra-high-end rental developments have opened their doors in recent years, particularly in the western part of the nabe, near the High Line Park. A couple of our favorites luxury buildings in this area are AVA High Line and 507 West Chelsea. These elegant glass towers offer the finest Chelsea luxury apartments, as well as incredible amenity packages and white-glove services. If you're lucky enough to move into one of these ultra-posh buildings during their initial launch, you may even score a rent concession, such as free rent for one month or a lower security deposit.
Chelsea Average Rent and Inventory
Studios in this neighborhood cost an average of $3,401 per month, one-bedroom apartments rent for $4,634, while two-bedroom apartments command an average rent of $8,560.