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132 Saint Marks Place, Apt 10
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Manuel Gallegus of Compass.
4,500/mo
2bd
1 ba
Studio in Manhattan
This Studio apartment is listed by Robert Kiff of BOND New York.
2,550/mo
Studio
1 ba
394 E 8th, Apt 2D
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Tanner Beck of Living Real Estate Group.
3,695/mo
2bd
1 ba
517 East 5th Street, Apt 310
This Studio apartment is listed by Fouad Rahmé of Compass.
2,200/mo
Studio
1 ba
336 East 5th Street, Apt 6-FE
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Dalila Bella of The Corcoran Group.
2,500/mo
1bd
1 ba
201 East 2nd Street, Apt 3C
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Allan Zapadinsky of KWNYC Midtown.
3,500/mo
2bd
1 ba
438 East 13th Street, Apt D2
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Allan Zapadinsky of KWNYC Midtown.
3,250/mo
1bd
1 ba
3 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 3 bedrooms apartment is listed by Bryce Boyd of BOND New York.
4,950/mo
3bd
1 ba
536 East 13th Street, Apt PENTHOUSE
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Nicole Hechter of The Corcoran Group.
7,300/mo
2bd
1 ba
215 East 4th Street, Apt 16
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Michelle DiLungo of The Corcoran Group.
3,650/mo
2bd
1 ba
1 bedroom in Manhattan
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Robert Kiff of BOND New York.
2,375/mo
1bd
1 ba
536 East 13th Street, Apt 5-F
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Tara Burns of Triplemint.
8,000/mo
2bd
1 ba
209 East 10th Street, Apt 2-A
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Randall Smith of R New York.
4,000/mo
2bd
2 ba
268 East 4th Street, Apt 3-C
This Studio apartment is listed by Michael Bhagwandin of Compass.
2,300/mo
Studio
1 ba
1 bedroom in Manhattan
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Bryce Boyd of BOND New York.
4,100/mo
1bd
1 ba
2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Jessie Huaman of BOND New York.
3,850/mo
2bd
1 ba
1 bedroom in Manhattan
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Bryce Boyd of BOND New York.
5,000/mo
1bd
1 ba
1 bedroom in Manhattan
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Bryce Boyd of BOND New York.
5,000/mo
1bd
1 ba
2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Bryce Boyd of BOND New York.
4,475/mo
2bd
2 ba
1 bedroom in Manhattan
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Bryce Boyd of BOND New York.
4,150/mo
1bd
1 ba
185 Avenue B, Apt 6-C
This Studio apartment is listed by Udi Eliasi of Compass.
3,500/mo
Studio
1 ba
2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Bryce Boyd of BOND New York.
3,490/mo
2bd
1 ba
636 East 11th Street, Apt 3F
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Paul Magyar of Mirador Real Estate.
3,150/mo
1bd
1 ba
2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Jessie Huaman of BOND New York.
4,475/mo
2bd
2 ba
280 East 10th Street, Apt 9
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Leah Hasson of The Corcoran Group.
3,300/mo
2bd
1 ba
2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Jessie Huaman of BOND New York.
3,490/mo
2bd
1 ba
3 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 3 bedrooms apartment is listed by Jessie Huaman of BOND New York.
4,950/mo
3bd
1 ba
2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Jessie Huaman of BOND New York.
3,450/mo
2bd
1 ba
3 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 3 bedrooms apartment is listed by Jessie Huaman of BOND New York.
3,995/mo
3bd
1 ba
236 East 7th Street, Apt 2-B
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Lidiya Oros of City Connections Realty.
1,950/mo
1bd
1 ba

About East Village

Loud, alive, and buzzing with excitement, the East Village is perfect for those looking to experience the city at full throttle. Best of all, rents here are still low compared to neighboring Gramercy and Greenwich Village. There’s also plenty of inventory as the rental apartment market in the East Village is one of the largest in all of New York City. Much of the neighborhood’s housing stock is comprised of market-rate low-rise rental buildings. This means you can expect to find a lot of older walk-ups with prices that are much cheaper when compared to similar apartments in neighboring Greenwich Village, which is where many East Village residents work or attend University. While there have been some new residential developments in the neighborhood, particularly in Alphabet City and the eastern part of the neighborhood, finding luxury apartments or no fee east village apartments for rent can be a challenge. Another drawback for many is that the vast majority of rental listings have a broker fee associated with them. One of the best places to find an East Village luxury rental is at the recently constructed EVGB complex, which is located at 510 East 14th and 524 East 14th Street.  As you might expect, prices drop the farther east you go, due to a less central location and the longer commute associated with rental properties that are closer to the East River. Overall, the neighborhood is particularly popular with millennial renters who enjoy the vibrant social scene and excellent nightlife around St Marks Place. Many students, as well as those who are looking to save on rent while living in a prime location, will choose to live with roommates, making the East Village one of the best places to find and live with a roommate in NYC.

East Village Average Rent and Inventory

The average monthly rent for an apartment in the neighborhood is $3,890.

There are 57 studios available for rent in East Village. The average price for a studio is $2,714 per month.

There are 104 one-bedroom apartments for rent in the neighborhood with an average price of $3,581 per month.

There are 101 two-bedroom apartments for rent in East Village with a median price of $4,203 per month.

East Village Luxury apartments and penthouses for rent

There are currently 39 luxury apartments and penthouses available for rent in the neighborhood.

East Village No-fee apartments fo rent

There are currently 5 no-fee apartments available for rent in the neighborhood.

East Village Pet friendly apartments for rent

There are currently 217 pet-friendly apartments available for rent in the neighborhood.

Cheap apartments for rent in East Village

The cheapest apartment in this neighborhood is available to rent for $1,300 per month.