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Apartments for rent in Union Square

14 Rentals in Union Square

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2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Jessie Huaman of BOND New York.
3,995/mo
2bd
1 ba
1 Union Square South, Apt 23-C
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Justin Fallon of Triplemint.
8,982/mo
2bd
2 ba
9 East 13th Street, Apt 3-H
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by David Chang of Compass.
5,850/mo
1bd
1 ba
1 bedroom in Manhattan
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Mark Benson of BOND New York.
4,200/mo
1bd
1 ba
69 Fifth Avenue, Apt 4-G
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Jesse Feldman of Compass.
5,750/mo
1bd
1 ba
9 East 13th Street, Apt 3-J
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Ivona Zeler of Compass.
7,750/mo
2bd
1 ba
1 Irving Place, Apt V-8B
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Lynda Deppe of Compass.
4,100/mo
1bd
1 ba
2 bedrooms in Manhattan
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Angelica Boen of BOND New York.
3,995/mo
2bd
1 ba
Studio in Manhattan
This Studio apartment is listed by Evan Schwarz of BOND New York.
2,325/mo
Studio
1 ba
Studio in Manhattan
This Studio apartment is listed by Mark Benson of BOND New York.
2,325/mo
Studio
1 ba
1 Union Square South, Apt 18O
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Kiran Mummidichetty of Spire Group Inc..
7,670/mo
2bd
2 ba
7 East 14th Street, Apt 1021
This Studio apartment is listed by Darren Kearns of The Corcoran Group.
3,250/mo
Studio
1 ba
8 Union Square South, Apt 4-B
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Ryan Serhant of Nest Seekers International.
9,000/mo
2bd
2 ba
1 Irving Place, Apt V-9D
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Lynda Deppe of Compass.
4,300/mo
1bd
1 ba

About Union Square

It's no surprise that most New Yorkers would love to rent an apartment in Union Square. The neighborhood, a vibrant melting pot of artists, professionals, and all those in between, is always abuzz with Union Square Park playing host to numerous street performers, artists, musicians, outdoor markets, and chess players. Residents enjoy the liveliness of the area as well as the area's incredible nightlife and entertainment scenes. The vibrant Union Square neighborhood is in the center of Manhattan, at the intersection of Midtown and Downtown, offering residents the perfect combination of downtown cool and midtown chic. With such a prime location, the Union Square neighborhood is never short on the action with plenty of shops, galleries, and coffee shops to explore during the day or great bars, restaurants, and lounges in the evenings. Most Union Square apartments are relatively pricy, as demand is quite high compared to supply. If you're in the market for a more affordable rental, however, you might be able to snag a deal in one of the co-op buildings in the neighborhood, but make sure you're prepared to pay a broker fee. That might not be such a big deal though, considering you'd likely be hard-pressed to move away from a nabe as alluring as Union Square. 

Union Square Average Rent and Inventory

The average monthly rent for an apartment in the neighborhood is $4,965.

There are 4 studios available for rent in Union Square. The average price for a studio is $2,850 per month.

There are 12 one-bedroom apartments for rent in the neighborhood with an average price of $4,587 per month.

There are 9 two-bedroom apartments for rent in Union Square with a median price of $6,410 per month.

Union Square Luxury apartments and penthouses for rent

There are currently 7 luxury apartments and penthouses available for rent in the neighborhood.

Union Square No-fee apartments fo rent

There are currently 6 no-fee apartments available for rent in the neighborhood.

Union Square Pet friendly apartments for rent

There are currently 16 pet-friendly apartments available for rent in the neighborhood.

Cheap apartments for rent in Union Square

The cheapest apartment in this neighborhood is available to rent for $2,325 per month.