NYC Apartments for Rent from $5,000 to $6,000

The rental apartments in this tier are on a higher level than the rest, quite often literally. If you rent in this price range, you’re virtually guaranteed to live in the best parts of the best buildings in Manhattan’s top neighborhoods. Part of the reason that New York City is so popular with wealthy renters from around the globe is that the level of luxury found in apartments like this easily surpasses the luxury found in other American cities. The Manhattan lifestyle is truly unique, and the same is true for these remarkable apartments.

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One Columbus Place One Columbus Place

400 West 59th Street, Midtown West

One Columbus Place Building - 400 West 59th Street  apartments for rent

Steps away from Time Warner Center and John Jay College, One Columbus Place is a 51-floor mixed-use rental building in the very desirable Clinton neighborhood of Manhattan. The luxurious apartments and modern amenities at this building make One Columbus Place a very desirable listing in New York City’s rental market.

from $3,550/mo
from $5,200/mo

One Sutton Place North One Sutton Place North

420 East 61st Street, Upper East Side

One Sutton Place North - 420 East 61st Street - NY

Solow has set and re-set the standard for luxury rentals in Manhattan for decades, but One Sutton Place North may be the revered real estate development company's most impressive property yet. Thanks to opulent amenties and elegant fixtures that surpass even what discerning NYC dwellers have come to expect from a luxury apartment for rent on the Upper East Side, Sutton Place North is truly one of the most desirable no-fee rentals in Manhattan.

from $3,450/mo
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2 Gold Street 2 Gold Street

2 Gold Street, Financial District

2 Gold Street Building - Financial District Apartment Rentals

The Financial District has become one of Manhattan's hottest residential neighborhoods because of both buildings such as 2 Gold Street and such historic thoroughfares as Gold Street itself. Gold Street is one of the city's oldest and most historic thoroughfares, and it takes only a little imagination to picture it as it was centuries ago. 2 Gold Street makes for a stunning contrast in this neighborhood of contrasts this is a very modern, very elegant high-rise offering very modern, very elegant rental apartments in the heart of old New York.

from $3,200/mo
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1 Union Square South 1 Union Square South

1 Union Square South, Greenwich Village

1 Union Square South Building - Greenwich Village apartments for rent

With a name representative of its vibrant and energetic location, Union Square South offers high-end living for those seeking a downtown Manhattan rental. The building boasts 240 apartments, and although rentals are offered in varied floor plans, every unit boasts the finest in luxury finishes and fixtures.

from $4,500/mo
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37 Wall Street 37 Wall Street

37 Wall Street, Financial District

37 Wall Street Building - Financial  District apartments for rent

37 Wall Street is recognized as one of the Financial District’s most desirable residential buildings, offering 372 luxury apartments for rent. Constructed in 1904, the building incorporates pre-war finishes with modern, high-end amenities, such as a day spa, tenant library, 24-hour concierge, and laundry service.

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45 Wall Street 45 Wall Street

45 Wall Street, Financial District

45 Wall Street Building - Financial District apartments for rent

45 Wall Street, a high-rise in Manhattan’s Financial District, offers a trendy and luxurious environment. The apartments for rent enjoy amenities such as a rooftop lounge and private garage. With a close proximity to the residences of Manhattan’s upcoming young professionals, 45 Wall Street offers great liveliness.

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Dwell 95 Dwell 95

95 Wall Street, Financial District

Dwell 95 Rentals - 95 Wall Street Apartments for rent in the Financial District

A blue-chip Financial District rental listing with a prime FiDi address at 95 Wall Street, Dwell95 marks the first rental project headed by the vaunted international design company Yoo by Starck. From its hotel-style amenities to the condo-quality finishes in the spacious apartments for rent to the understated aesthetic elegance that is the trademark of renowned architect Phillipe Starck, Dwell95 stands out as not only one of the elite rental listings in the Financial District, but as one of Manhattan's most distinguished new rentals.

from $2,750/mo
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200 East 87th Street 200 East 87th Street

200 East 87th Street, Upper East Side

200 East 87th Street Building - Upper East Side apartments for rent

200 East 87th Street stands out among Manhattan apartment buildings, as the 23-story Upper East Side structure provides more than luxury residences, offering a school and retail space below. In addition to these features, residents can take advantage of the health club, 24-hour concierge, and tenant lounge.

from $3,400/mo
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777 Sixth Avenue 777 Sixth Avenue

777 Sixth Avenue, Chelsea

777 Sixth Avenue Building - Chelsea apartments for rent

Chelsea is home for residents of the 32-story rental apartment building at 777 Sixth Avenue, which, among other luxuries, boasts of a Mike Bidlo painting in its lobby. Besides being contemporary and spacious, apartments here also offer picturesque views of the Empire State Building and the Hudson River.

from $3,150/mo
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Archstone 101 West End Archstone 101 West End

101 West End Avenue, Upper West Side

Archstone 101 West End Avenue Building - Upper West Side apartments for rent

Ranking among the most desirable no-fee rental apartments on the Upper West Side, the luxury residences at Archstone 101 West End are known for the stunning city and river views that they offer. Situated in a neighborhood boasting of several cultural and culinary hotspots, this building is a prime Manhattan rental.

from $2,700/mo
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