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Rental Building News and Offers

Compilation of rental buildings in the Financial District/Battery Park City Compilation of rental buildings in the Financial District/Battery Park City
At the end of last year, SL Green Realty officially announced the start of construction for a ground-up 31-story rental building at 185 Broadway in the Financial District. While shiny new rental buildings are no stranger to the island, the project's location at the crossroads of Wall Street and the World Trade Center portrays the strength of the Manhattan's residential market and the desire for people to live downtown. Two decades ago, the site would have surely been envisioned for an office tower, but the transition of FiDi from a 9-5 business community to a 24-hour destination has led to an infusion of thousands of residents who want to live and work downtown.

Over the years, a number of the neighborhood's stalwart, stone office buildings have gone residential — some of which are featured in our list below. To satiate demand, some of the largest, tallest and most amenity-laden rental buildings have risen in recent years such as the 900-unit New York by Gehry, the tallest rental in the city, and 19 Dutch. The latter of the two has been open for just over a year and offers residents a sumptuous, 24-hour attended lobby, a fitness center with areas for boxing and spinning, a library with a fireplace, a golf simulator, a demonstration kitchen, a double-height game room with an adjoining business center, and so much more.
185 Broadway and 19 Dutch. If only architects designed new buildings worth looking at...
With all these bells and whistles, coupled with the walk-to-work location, it's no surprise apartments are priced at a premium. One-beds in 19 Dutch start at $5,240/month which is well above the neighborhood's median price of $4,091 month. Nevertheless, we looked at all three dozen no fee rental buildings in the Financial District and Battery Park City, took into consideration their design, apartments, amenities, views, and Yelp/Google resident reviews to assemble the top ten list below.

Built Year: 1897 | Doorman: Yes
Total Floors: 23 | Total Apartments: 237

Studios Starting at $3,232 | 1 Beds Starting at $3,687 | 2 Beds Starting at $5,194

71 Broadway (Image: Equity Residential)
71 Broadway is a historic 23-floor rental building converted from offices in 1998. Conveniently located across from the churchyard of Trinity Church and across from Wall Street, the building has a subway station serving the 4 and 5 trains in its basement. The building's 232 apartments are managed by Equity and feature Energy-Star stainless steel appliances, walk-in closets, parquet wood flooring, remodeled baths with black marble counters, and oversized windows. Amenities include 24-hour concierge, fitness center, and a clubhouse with pool table, TV, and full kitchen.

Built Year: 1969 | Doorman: Yes
Total Floors: 22 | Total Apartments: 493

Studios Starting at $3,267 | 1 Beds Starting at $3,866

10 Hanover Square (Image: UDR)
The handsome, 22-story 10 Hanover Square was designed by acclaimed firm Emery Roth & Sons as an office in 1969. In 2005, the Witkoff Group converted to a 493-unit rental with help from SLCE Architects and BG Studio International. UDR now manages the building, where residents of the studio through three-bedrooms homes can enjoy East River views through oversized windows, loft-style kitchens with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, and excellent closet space. Amenities include a fitness center, two-story rock-climbing wall, children’s club room, catering kitchen, business center, lounge, and roof deck with grills.

Built Year: 1931 | Doorman: Yes
Total Floors: 57 | Total Apartments: 736

Studios Starting at $2,895 | 1 Beds Starting at $3,650 | 2 Beds Starting at $5,053

Twenty Exchange, 20 Exchange Place (Image:
This Cross & Cross-designed, limestone-clad, 54-story Art Deco tower was the fourth-tallest building in the world when it was erected in 1931. Today it is a 736-unit rental that allows residents to live in a New York City landmark and a prominent feature of the downtown skyline. The apartments are outfitted with modern décor, 11’ ceilings, oversized windows, ample storage space, granite-countered kitchens, and marble baths. Amenities at this pet-friendly doorman building include a fitness center, pet spa, 19th-story sun deck, laundry rooms, and a luxe residents’ lounge.

Built Year: 1932 | Doorman: Yes
Total Floors: 66 | Total Apartments: 644

Studios Starting at $3,790 | 1 Beds Starting at $4,500 | 2 Beds Starting at $5,685

Tribeca Park is a modern 27-floor rental in Battery Park City built and managed by the Related Companies. Designed by the renowned Robert A.M. Stern Architects with Costas Kondylis, the building is distinguished by its graceful curve, industrial accents, and inset balconies. Inside, are a myriad of layouts coming in studio, one- and two-bed configurations. Many apartments have windowed eat-in kitchens, private balconies, and dazzling views of the Hudson River. All have granite kitchen countertops, gourmet appliances, oak parquet flooring, and customizable closets. Amenities include a landscaped BBQ dining terrace, a skylit indoor swimming pool, a fitness center, a private landscaped sculpture garden, on-site garage parking, and a gracious lobby with a 24-hour doorman and concierge.

Built Year: 1932 | Doorman: Yes
Total Floors: 66 | Total Apartments: 644

Studios Starting at $2,580 | 1 Beds Starting at $4,125 | 2 Beds Starting at $5,357 | 3 Beds Starting at $7,104

70 Pine Street 70 Pine Street (Image:
As one of the greatest Art Deco buildings in the city, 70 Pine Street (formerly the AIG Building) is a newly-converted rental tower with studio to four-bedroom apartments and a full-suite of amenities. The property is owned and managed by Rose Associates and units feature hardwood floors, gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances, double-paned operable windows and in-home washers/dryers. Apartments in the City Collection have private balconies. Those in the Tower Collection offer views that can stretch for miles. Homes in the Penthouse Collection are gracious in size and include an exclusive pair of duplex units at the crown. Amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, bike storage, and a children's playroom. The La Palestra wellness center has aerobic and strength training equipment, a game room, a bowling alley, a golf simulator, and a private screening room.

Built Year: 1929 | Doorman: Yes
Total Floors: 23 | Total Apartments: 336

Studios Starting at $2,701 | 1 Beds Starting at $3,245

100 Maiden Lane 100 Maiden Lane (Image: Collaborative Construction Management)
The Art Deco tower at 100 Maiden Lane was originally designed by Clinton & Russell as an office building in the late 1920s and was converted to residential by Lalezarian Properties in 2005. Its well-known, 100-foot atrium is still intact and topped by a faceted glass skylight, but the offices have been transformed into 336 studios through three-bedrooms. Apartments feature soaring ceilings, oversized windows, kitchens with black granite countertops, and baths with polished chrome fixtures. Amenities and staff include a 24-hour doorman, concierge, parking garage, fitness center, and landscaped sun deck with panoramic city views. See all availabilities here.

Built Year: 1926 | Doorman: Yes
Total Floors: 31 | Total Apartments: 269

Studios Starting at $3,295 | 1 Beds Starting at $3,745

21 West Street in Manhattan 21 West Street (Images:
21 West Street is a landmarked converted office building finished in 1926 and managed by Rose Associates. Located at the foot of Manhattan island near Battery Park, many of its studio to three-bedroom apartments have scenic views of the area. Homes have 9-foot-high ceilings, expansive windows, oak floors, abundant closet space, stainless steel appliances, granite counters, soaking tubs and polished chrome fixtures. Amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, a fitness center, resident lounge and a furnished roof deck. There is also a children's playroom, valet services, and laundry facilities on each floor.

Built Year: 1983 | Doorman: Yes
Total Floors: 34 | Total Apartments: 1487

Studios Starting at $3,152 | 1 Beds Starting at $3,876 | 2 Beds Starting at $5,541

Gateway, 345-395 South End Avenue Gateway, 345-395 South End Avenue (Image:
The six-building, >1,700-unit Gateway complex holds the distinction of being the first residential complex to rise in Battery Park City in 1983. Its waterfront location offers residents glorious Hudson River views and easy access to nearby parks. Features also include expansive layouts, hardwood floors, open kitchens, and recent renovations. Amenities include an 8,000-square-foot fitness center, lounge, party room, children’s playroom, and an outdoor swimming pool overlooking the Hudson River.

Built Year: 2005 | Doorman: Yes
Total Floors: 56 | Total Apartments: 441

Official Website for Barclay Tower

Barclay Tower, 10 Barclay Street Barclay Tower, 10 Barclay Street (Image: Glenwood)
Glenwood Management prides itself on great service and offering residents everything they need to experience a rich Manhattan lifestyle. Barclay Tower is one the largest in its portfolio and offers 396 no-fee rentals in one- to three-bedroom layouts. Situated at the cusp of Tribeca and the Financial District, the building rises 58 floors and offers most of its units incredible views of the city. The classically-attuned apartments have eat-in windowed kitchens, separate dining rooms, and granite, marble, and oak finishes. Units also have a washer/dryer set and ample closet space. The building's abundant amenities include public spaces designed by John Saladino, a 24-hour lobby and concierge, a 50-foot swimming pool, a whirlpool, outdoor sundeck, a fully-equipped fitness center with a yoga room, a children’s playroom, a tenant’s lounge, a party room, and a media lounge. (Whew!)

Built Year: 2003 | Doorman: Yes
Total Floors: 27 | Total Apartments: 293

Official Website for The Solaire

The Solaire, 20 River Terrace The Solaire, 20 River Terrace (Image:
With its naturally harvested building materials, photovoltaic panels, Energy Star appliances and fixtures, and black water treatment and reuse system, it is no surprise that The Solaire is LEED Platinum certified. However, style was not sacrificed in the name of sustainability. The 293 studios through three-bedrooms offer expansive layouts and large windows. Building amenities include concierge service, fitness center, children’s playroom, landscaped roof terrace with herb garden, and on-site parking with electric vehicle charging stations.

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