Apartments for rent in Manhattan
Manhattan‘s Most Popular Searches
The most popular searches for Manhattan Apartment rentals on PropertyClub
Battery Park City
BPC is dominated by luxury rental apartment buildings and condos, which with their many amenities, are amongst the most family-friendly in the city. With its riverfront location and relative isolation, Battery Park City is a popular destination for renters looking to escape the urban jungle.
Apartment rentals in Chelsea have experienced ever-rising prices as the neighborhood is one of NYC's hotspots thanks to its world-class art galleries, outstanding entertainment scene, and the High Line park.
Apartment rents in East Harlem, also known as Spanish Harlem or El Barrio, have remained relatively low compared to the neighboring UES, attracting many new residents to the area.
Loud, alive, and buzzing with excitement, the East Village is perfect for those looking to experience the city at full throttle. Rents here are still low compared to neighboring Gramercy and Greenwich Village.
New York City's Financial District is home to a burgeoning real estate market. New luxury rental buildings and their no fee apartments have transformed the neighborhood in recent years.
Harlem's rich history & culture, along with its vibrant entertainment scene are making it an attractive landing spot for apartment hunters willing to venture uptown.
With some of the best prices and deals around, especially on luxury apartments and no fee apartments, Hell's Kitchen is a popular neighborhood for anyone looking to score a great value on their next rental apartment.
Lower East Side
The Lower East Side has it all, from excellent deals on studios in its older, pre-war apartment buildings to luxury rentals and penthouses with every amenity imaginable in newly constructed glass towers.
A central location and attractive prices on rentals compared to the rest of midtown make Murray Hill a great place to call home.
While some may not consider Roosevelt Island to be a part of Manhattan, it technically is. Apartments on this verdant and tranquil island in the middle of the east river are typically well-priced.
Well known the world over for its iconic cast-iron architecture and charming cobblestone streets, SoHo is also one of NYC's entertainment and cultural centers so it's unsurprising that rents here are amongst the highest in the city.
With its unique mix of historic architecture, luxe boutique, and excellent entertainment scene, its no wonder that Tribeca is one of NYC's most appealing places to call home. This is reflected in the neighborhood's apartment prices with rentals being amongst the most expensive in the city. In Tribeca you can expect to pay upwards of $3000 for even the smallest studio apartment.
Upper East Side
The Upper East Side has long been one of NYC's iconic residential neighborhoods. Apartments here range from luxurious condos and co-ops with Central Park views to far cheaper rentals as you head further east towards the FDR drive.
Upper West Side
With its idyllic parks, tree-lined streets, and trendy boutiques & restaurants, Manhattan's Upper West Side is a popular landing spot for those looking to find a home in a nabe with a cozy, residential vibe.
If you don't mind heading uptown to find a great deal on your next rental, you should explore the Washington Heights apartment market.