Apartments for rent in Financial District
421 Rentals in Financial District
About Financial District
High-rise buildings and luxury rentals dominate the apartment market in the Financial District. Don’t let that scare you away, though, as the neighborhood is known for being attractively priced, especially when you compare what you get in FiDi to other areas in Manhattan. Another perk is that most apartments in the financial district are no fee, and frequently offer other concessions like low or even no security deposits. If you’re looking for a luxurious building with incredible amenities, but are on a tight budget, this is absolutely the neighborhood for you. That being said, as in much of the city, prices have been on the rise, but appear to be stabilizing as of late, in part thanks to an influx of new inventory hitting the market. Apartments in the Financial District are also popular amongst students and young professionals thanks to the fact that the units are typically well laid out and easily convertible and that many buildings are roommate friendly. If this is a concern, your best bet would be to stick to the ultra-luxe towers like New York by Gehry at 8 Spruce Street, 70 Pine Street, and 20 Broad Street for no-fee apartments or to go with condos like 123 Washington Street and The Setai Wall Street at 40 Broad Street. Another perk is that you’ll have an easy commute to virtually anywhere in New York City thanks to the many subway lines in the neighborhood.
Financial District Average Rent and Inventory
The average monthly rent for an apartment in the neighborhood is $4,277.
There are 154 studios available for rent in Financial District. The average price for a studio is $3,162 per month.
There are 150 one-bedroom apartments for rent in the neighborhood with an average price of $4,141 per month.
There are 82 two-bedroom apartments for rent in Financial District with a median price of $5,186 per month.