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104 Rentals in Lower East Side

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117 Henry Street, Apt 12
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Lauren Chao of Compass.
1,990/mo
1bd
1 ba
331 E Houston Street, Apt 7D
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Jay Lin of Real New York Properties.
4,600/mo
1bd
1 ba
69 Clinton Street, Apt 4A
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Melanie Nazarian of Living Real Estate Group.
2,650/mo
1bd
1 ba
87 Columbia Street, Apt 18-F
This Studio apartment is listed by Deborah Niemeyer of DJK Residential.
1,250/mo
Studio
1 ba
457 Fdr Dr, Apt A-807
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Jacob Goldman of Loho Realty Inc..
3,750/mo
2bd
1 ba
100 Norfolk Street, Apt PH-B
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Alan Louie of Compass.
16,900/mo
2bd
2 ba
117 Henry Street, Apt 3
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Lauren Chao of Compass.
2,000/mo
1bd
1 ba
4 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 4 bedrooms apartment is listed by Brian Hourigan of BOND New York.
7,421/mo
4bd
2 ba
4 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 4 bedrooms apartment is listed by Brian Hourigan of BOND New York.
8,195/mo
4bd
2 ba
2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Brian Hourigan of BOND New York.
4,213/mo
2bd
1 ba
1 bedroom in Manhattan
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Peter Guirguess of BOND New York.
2,890/mo
1bd
1 ba
3 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 3 bedrooms apartment is listed by Brian Hourigan of BOND New York.
6,095/mo
3bd
2 ba
2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Brian Hourigan of BOND New York.
4,595/mo
2bd
1 ba
133 Essex Street, Apt 802
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Kelly Robinson of Compass.
3,650/mo
1bd
1 ba
2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Brian Hourigan of BOND New York.
4,195/mo
2bd
1 ba
4 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 4 bedrooms apartment is listed by Brian Hourigan of BOND New York.
7,421/mo
4bd
2 ba
4 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 4 bedrooms apartment is listed by Brian Hourigan of BOND New York.
7,329/mo
4bd
2 ba
2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Gabriel Contreras of BOND New York.
4,295/mo
2bd
1 ba
95 Rivington Street, Apt 2
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Nick Gavin of Compass.
5,500/mo
1bd
1 ba
Studio in Manhattan
This Studio apartment is listed by Ekaterina Vorobeva of BOND New York.
3,100/mo
Studio
1 ba
106 Ridge Street, Apt 5-C
This 4 bedrooms apartment is listed by Sara Fellig of MNS.
5,950/mo
4bd
1 ba
2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Brian Hourigan of BOND New York.
4,250/mo
2bd
1 ba
1 bedroom in Manhattan
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Brian Hourigan of BOND New York.
2,900/mo
1bd
1 ba
3 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 3 bedrooms apartment is listed by James Anderson of Spire Group Inc..
5,995/mo
3bd
2 ba
100 Norfolk Street, Apt PH-C
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Ante Jakic of Compass.
9,500/mo
2bd
2 ba
4 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 4 bedrooms apartment is listed by Brian Hourigan of BOND New York.
8,195/mo
4bd
2 ba
252 South Street, Apt 54-C
This 3 bedrooms apartment is listed by Andy Kim of Nest Seekers International.
10,500/mo
3bd
3 ba
1 bedroom in Manhattan
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Brian Hourigan of BOND New York.
2,900/mo
1bd
1 ba
5 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 5 bedrooms apartment is listed by Brian Hourigan of BOND New York.
9,495/mo
5bd
2 ba
100 Norfolk Street, Apt PH-BC
This 4 bedrooms apartment is listed by Ante Jakic of Compass.
27,500/mo
4bd
4 ba

About Lower East Side

The Lower East Side has long been a landing spot for newcomers to New York City- from the immigrants who settled here in the past to the many students and millennials who rent their first NYC apartment in the LES. Nowadays, the neighborhood is more attractive than ever thanks to its excellent nightlife and an influx of development, with the sleek, new rental towers attracting folks looking for a Lower East Side luxury apartment for rent. Some of the best places to find a luxury rental are The Chrystie, The Ludlow, and the newly constructed Sione. That’s not to say the neighborhood is totally transformed as there’s still plenty of grit and character in the air. Thanks to the abundant supply of older housing stock, the LES is still amongst the best neighborhoods to find a cheap Manhattan apartment. If you’re a renter that’s on the hunt for an affordable place, just be sure to look for homes in walk-up buildings or for a Lower East Side studio for rent. The area is one of the last where you can find a variety of apartments near prime dining and entertainment for as little as $2,000. One thing you should be prepared for is to pay a broker fee, especially on the best rental deals. No-fee apartments are harder to come by unless you’re looking for a luxurious unit in a full-service building. 

Lower East Side Average Rent and Inventory

The average monthly rent for an apartment in the neighborhood is $5,234.

There are 9 studios available for rent in Lower East Side. The average price for a studio is $3,141 per month.

There are 29 one-bedroom apartments for rent in the neighborhood with an average price of $3,757 per month.

There are 38 two-bedroom apartments for rent in Lower East Side with a median price of $5,015 per month.

Lower East Side Luxury apartments and penthouses for rent

There are currently 2 luxury apartments and penthouses available for rent in the neighborhood.

Lower East Side No-fee apartments fo rent

There are currently 2 no-fee apartments available for rent in the neighborhood.

Lower East Side Pet friendly apartments for rent

There are currently 71 pet-friendly apartments available for rent in the neighborhood.

Cheap apartments for rent in Lower East Side

The cheapest apartment in this neighborhood is available to rent for $1,250 per month.