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275 Conover Street #4J in Red Hook (Citi Habitats) 275 Conover Street #4J in Red Hook (Citi Habitats)
In Manhattan, the median price for a studio is $2,695/month (or $70 per square foot); one-bedroom, $3,295/month ($63 per square foot); and two-bedroom, $4,241/month ($61 per square foot). The prices of this week’s top rentals are attractive enough, but their waterside location and accompanying views truly set them apart.
RiverEast, 402 East 92nd Street
(Rose Associates)
This corner unit on a high floor boasts stainless steel appliances, marble bath, and an in-unit washer/dryer. However, its best feature may be the floor-to-ceiling windows looking out on the city skyline and the East River. The doorman building amenities include a fitness center with lap pool and Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna, and landscaped roof deck. For a limited time, receive one month free rent on a 13-month lease.
East Hampton, 30 River Court
(Newport Leasing)
Sometimes the best views of New York can be seen from New Jersey, and that is certainly the case at this Newport studio with oversized windows. A lush rooftop deck also takes advantage of the sweeping skyline and harbor views. The building is in the heart of a thriving waterfront community, and the nearby PATH and ferry provide an easier commute than some parts of the city.
Red Hook Stores, 275 Conover Street
(Citi Habitats)
Exposed brick and original Civil War-era wood beams convey the original details of this 1850s warehouse turned spacious loft. The oversized windows fill the apartment with natural light and views of lower Manhattan. Additional features include 13-foot ceilings, refinished natural oak floors, and an abundance of closet space. Amenities include a fitness center, inner courtyard, and roof deck with 360 degree-views of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty.
Avalon Riverview North, 4-75 48th Avenue
(AvalonBay Communities)
With its stunning views, well laid out apartments, and extensive amenities package, it is not surprising that Avalon Riverview North is on CityRealty’s list of top 10 LIC rentals. The attended, pet-friendly building overlooks the Gantry State Park, East River, and east side skyline. Amenities include a roof deck, fitness center, pool, sun deck, and lounge (to name just a few!), and the building is one stop away from Grand Central.
Waterside Plaza, 30 Waterside Plaza
(Waterside Plaza Leasing)
According to Carter Horsley, the stepped and faceted profile of the buildings at Waterside Plaza gives every apartment spectacular views. This model of urban design also offers an attended garage, day spa, three-level health club with an indoor pool, and the city’s largest roof garden overlooking panoramic water views. It attracts young professionals of all industries to a community and not just a complex.

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