Manhattan Apartments for Rent
About Manhattan Borough
Manhattan offers a wide variety of apartments for rent. You can find apartments available in condo and co-op buildings as well as pre-war apartment buildings, townhouses and brownstones, converted loft buildings and warehouses, as well as new developments and luxury buildings. You can easily find any apartment size available, whether it’s a studio apartment, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, 3-bedroom, or larger. There are plenty of rooms and sublets available as well. In Manhattan, you’ll find plenty of loft and garden apartments or penthouses. Some of the most expensive and trendiest neighborhoods in Manhattan are Tribeca, Soho, the Flatiron District/NoMad, Nolita, and Battery Park City. If you’re looking for affordability look to the neighborhoods of North Manhattan--Hamilton Heights, Morningside Heights, Washington Heights, Inwood, and East Harlem.
Average Rental Prices in Manhattan
These are the average rental prices in Manhattan by apartment size. To find out how much you need to earn in order to qualify for these prices, go to our salary calculator.
Average Credit Score Needed to Rent in Manhattan
Your credit score is an important factor in determining your qualification for rentals or even some condo or co-op purchases.
These trains run through Manhattan. In addition, city buses are also available in this area.
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Crime Rate in Manhattan
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Average prices by Neighborhood
Learn about what the average rental prices are some of the most popular neighborhoods in Manhattan by apartment size. To find out how much you need to make in order to afford the apartment your chosen neighborhood, use our salary calculator.
|Studios||1 Bedroom||2 Bedroom||3 Bedroom|
|Battery Park City||$2,950||$3,400||$6,600||$12,000|
|Upper East Side||$2,100||$2,799||$5,200||$9,950|
|Washington Heights South||$1,695||$1,900||$2,195||$2,595|