Apartments for rent in Soho
38 Rentals in Soho
For many New Yorkers, their dream New York City apartment is a Soho loft. Who wouldn't love to live in a charming rental above the historic cobblestone streets of this iconic NYC neighborhood? Unfortunately, this is unattainable for most thanks to the extremely high prices in the neighborhood. Soho has long been one of the most expensive areas in NYC, and prices have done nothing but continue to rise. What’s fascinating is that while new development has increased rental inventory in the neighborhood, the average rent has continued to grow. These new buildings house some of the most luxurious apartments for rent in Soho and have only helped drive prices up, although at least no-fee apartments in Soho are now easier to come by. So if a glitzy, new Soho penthouse is what you’re in the market for, you’re in luck and will have more options than ever before. In many ways, Soho already is the most expensive neighborhood in the city. It is only more affordable than the likes of Tribeca (the most expensive rental neighborhood in NYC) on paper due to the older housing stock. When comparing a similar loft or luxury rental, the apartment in Soho will generally be the more expensive.
SoHo Average Rent and Inventory
The average monthly rent for an apartment in the neighborhood is $9,819.
There are 10 studios available for rent in SoHo. The average price for a studio is $2,533 per month.
There are 9 one-bedroom apartments for rent in the neighborhood with an average price of $5,451 per month.
There are 11 two-bedroom apartments for rent in SoHo with a median price of $13,295 per month.