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137 Rentals in Tribeca

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456 Washington Street, Apt 9-H
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Eric Brown of Compass.
15,995/mo
2bd
2 ba
124 Hudson Street, Apt 6B
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Peter Zaitzeff of The Corcoran Group.
13,000/mo
2bd
2 ba
Studio in Manhattan
This Studio apartment is listed by Fitore Abazaga of Platinum Properties.
4,500/mo
Studio
1 ba
Studio in Manhattan
This Studio apartment is listed by Fitore Abazaga of Platinum Properties.
4,900/mo
Studio
1 ba
1 bedroom in Manhattan
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Fitore Abazaga of Platinum Properties.
5,100/mo
1bd
1 ba
2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Fitore Abazaga of Platinum Properties.
8,950/mo
2bd
2 ba
Studio in Manhattan
This Studio apartment is listed by Fitore Abazaga of Platinum Properties.
3,600/mo
Studio
1 ba
1 bedroom in Manhattan
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Fitore Abazaga of Platinum Properties.
4,384/mo
1bd
1 ba
165 Church Street, Apt 5br
This 5 bedrooms apartment is listed by Danielle Parraud of Mdrn..
9,500/mo
5bd
2 ba
121 Reade Street, Apt 6M
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Danielle Parraud of Mdrn..
5,925/mo
2bd
2 ba
336 Canal Street, Apt 3Br
This 3 bedrooms apartment is listed by Danielle Parraud of Mdrn..
5,400/mo
3bd
1 ba
5 Franklin Place, Apt 12-B
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Rachel Koenig of Compass.
6,000/mo
1bd
1 ba
89 Murray Street, Apt 14E
This Studio apartment is listed by Maggie Kent of CORE Group Marketing, LLC.
3,550/mo
Studio
1 ba
35 Walker Street, Apt 2
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Sean Sasso of Compass.
10,750/mo
2bd
2 ba
146 Chambers Street, Apt PH
This 3 bedrooms apartment is listed by Jon Cella of Compass.
16,500/mo
3bd
2 ba
40 Harrison Street, Apt 310-02G
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by James Anderson of Spire Group Inc..
4,395/mo
1bd
1 ba
200 Chambers Street, Apt 3-M
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Wei Min Tan of R New York.
4,395/mo
1bd
1 ba
40 Harrison Street, Apt 9g
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by James Anderson of Spire Group Inc..
4,000/mo
1bd
1 ba
50 Murray Street, Apt 1418
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Aaron Allen of Elegran Real Estate and Development.
4,350/mo
1bd
1 ba
1 bedroom in Manhattan
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Fitore Abazaga of Platinum Properties.
4,776/mo
1bd
1 ba
6 Murray Street, Apt 7-FLR
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Yael Dunsky of Compass.
7,800/mo
2bd
1 ba
91 Leonard Street, Apt 13E
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Sergio Episcopo of The Corcoran Group.
5,700/mo
1bd
1 ba
34 Leonard Street, Apt 6-A
This 3 bedrooms apartment is listed by Eric Brown of Compass.
27,500/mo
3bd
3 ba
88 Leonard Street, Apt 1103
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Robert Nicol of New York Living Solutions.
5,150/mo
2bd
1 ba
200 Chambers Street, Apt 6H
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Elaine Schweninger of The Corcoran Group.
9,200/mo
2bd
3 ba
40 Harrison Street, Apt 80-25
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by James Anderson of Spire Group Inc..
6,395/mo
2bd
2 ba
111 Murray Street, Apt 33W
This 3 bedrooms apartment is listed by Nicole Gary of KWNYC Midtown.
24,950/mo
3bd
3 ba
217-219 West Broadway, Apt 3
This 3 bedrooms apartment is listed by Eric Brown of Compass.
27,500/mo
3bd
3 ba
200 Chambers Street, Apt 25B
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Peter Comitini of The Corcoran Group.
7,900/mo
2bd
2 ba
46 Laight Street, Apt 2
This 5 bedrooms apartment is listed by Danny Davis of The Corcoran Group.
25,000/mo
5bd
5 ba

About TriBeCa

Long gone are the days of affordable artist lofts in Tribeca. The neighborhood is now known for having the most expensive apartments in New York City, and by quite a wide margin. While the sales market in Tribeca has some townhouse and coop availability, it’s quite rare to see a Tribeca townhouse for rent or even a coop on the rental market. Generally speaking, you’ll be looking at high-rise rental buildings with luxury apartments or even more luxurious (and expensive) condos. This means that prices are high, and finding even a studio under $3000 can be a challenge, especially if you’re looking for a no-fee apartment. The cheapest condos and apartments for rent in Tribeca are usually at the periphery of the neighborhood, close to the Civic Center area or the Financial District, in buildings like 111 Worth Street. For those looking for affordable rentals in the heart of the neighborhood, the best option is usually Independence Plaza, a complex that consists of 3 high-rise towers as well as several smaller buildings with townhouse style rentals, all of which are located just off of Greenwich Street. If you prefer a Tribeca loft or a Tribeca luxury apartment in a white-glove building with the excellent amenities, you’ll have plenty of options at your disposal, assuming, of course, that you have the budget. Some of the best luxury apartments in Tribeca are located at no-fee buildings that include 88 Leonard, Tribeca House at 50 Murray, and Barclay Tower, which offers great values thanks to a less central location. 

TriBeCa Average Rent and Inventory

The average monthly rent for an apartment in TriBeCa is $10,220.
Studios in this neighborhood cost an average of $5,012 per month, one-bedroom apartments rent for $5,189, while two-bedroom apartments command an average rent of $9,075.