Apartments for rent in Flatiron
51 Rentals in Flatiron
The rental market in the Flatiron District has been booming for much of the last decade. This historic neighborhood that got its monicker from the Flatiron building has turned itself into one of Midtown Manhattan's most desirable residential neighborhoods. As you'd expect, rents tend to be high thanks to the prime location, which offers incredible access to New York City's world-class entertainment, shopping, dining, and art scenes. When it comes to rental inventory, the neighborhood provides an ideal mix with everything from older pre-war buildings to luxury apartments in high-end new developments. Surprisingly, there's a good deal of no-fee apartments for rent in Flatiron, something that is somewhat unusual for such a hot neighborhood. It's even possible to find no-fee listings in walk-up buildings for very competitive prices. The best deals are generally for apartments that are located east of Fifth Avenue, while the most expensive properties in the neighborhood are in the vicinity of Madison Square Park or Union Square. With such a diverse mix of housing, it's no surprise that the area attracts all types of residents, from artists to young professionals to students, creating a dynamic and exciting vibe.
Flatiron Average Rent and Inventory
The average monthly rent for an apartment in the neighborhood is $8,498.
There are 11 studios available for rent in Flatiron. The average price for a studio is $6,667 per month.
There are 12 one-bedroom apartments for rent in the neighborhood with an average price of $5,123 per month.
There are 19 two-bedroom apartments for rent in Flatiron with a median price of $8,512 per month.