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210 East 67th Street, Apt 65

Apartment for rent in Upper East Side, NY 10065

1,600/mo

Studio
1 ba

1 bedroom in Manhattan

Apartment in Murray Hill, NY 10017

6,300/mo

1bd
1 ba

1 bedroom in Manhattan

Rental in Turtle Bay, NY 10017

11,000/mo

1bd
1 ba

1 bedroom in Manhattan

Apartment for rent in Murray Hill, NY 10017

4,600/mo

1bd
1 ba

3 bedroom in Manhattan

Apartment for rent in Turtle Bay, NY 10017

30,000/mo

3bd
3 ba

Showing results 1-5 of 5 Manhattan apartments for rent.

All about renting a Manhattan Loft

If you’re a renter who wants to live in an industrial apartment, there’s nothing better than a Manhattan loft. These highly desirable listings are generally over 1,500 square feet and feature spacious open floor-plans with high ceilings and various industrial details like brick walls.

How much do Manhattan lofts rent for?

They’re very expensive. Especially if you’re looking for a Soho loft or Tribeca loft, where prices are downright eye-popping. Essentially, the more desirable the neighborhood or location, the more expensive the loft will be, with many renting for well over $10,000 per month. That being said, you can find more affordable lofts for rent in Manhattan, but you’ll have to head to less desirable areas like Hell’s Kitchen. Another way to find a more affordable place is to rent a loft-like apartment. You’ll find plenty of rentals in Manhattan that are marketed as having a loft-like layout. Most of these listings will also be a lot smaller, even under 1,000 square feet at times. They won’t be authentic lofts but will have an open and airy feel, so it can be a good compromise, especially if you’re on a budget.