Upper West Side Apartments for rent
2,332 Upper West Side Rentals available on PropertyClub.
Upper West Side Rentals Info
Manhattan's Upper West Side is an expansive residential neighborhood that spans the area between Central Park and the Hudson River from West 59th Street to West 110th Street. As you'd expect of such a large neighborhood, the rental market has something for everyone, from the uber-luxury penthouses of Central Park West to its many charming townhouses and brownstones to older, pre-war walk-ups where you'll find more affordable UWS rentals. The most desirable apartments for rent on the Upper West Side will have million-dollar views of Central Park and command monthly rents of well over $10,000, while the area's most affordable apartments will go for as little as $2,000. In general, the closer you are to the park, the more you can expect to pay for a rental. The one exception to the rule is Riverside Blvd, with its luxury apartments and amenity-rich white-glove, buildings. The area is a world-renowned center for the arts and culture, with its many museums, nearby universities, and entertainment venues. Renters also benefit from the fact that the neighborhood is filled with excellent coffee shops, dining establishments, and shopping venues and is home to some of the best happy hour and brunch places in all of NYC. Residents of the Upper West Side are as diverse as the nabe's housing stock, ranging from families who enjoy the abundance of green space and residential feel of the neighborhood, to artists, academics, bankers, and of course students. As with other parts of New York City, the UWS has also experienced a new development boom in recent years, particularly in the southern half of the neighborhood, which is also known as Lincoln Square. A number of new luxury rental buildings have been constructed here in recent years, bringing with them a bevy of new businesses, and helping to revitalize the area. With its idyllic parks, tree-lined streets, and trendy boutiques & restaurants, Manhattan's Upper West Side is a popular landing spot for renters that are looking to find a home in a quintessential NYC neighborhood.