Apartment rentals New York with Financial District Apartments

New Daring Development in FiDi at 19 Dutch Street

The dramatically changed Financial District is not stopping its new construction boom anytime soon, and a new development towering 770 feet has just joined the ranks and is now calling FiDi home. 19 Dutch Street is one of the most exciting luxury rentals in the area and homes have already hit the market.

Financial District's Finest: Exhibit

Some of the greatest recent architectural additions to NYC have been rising in the historic Financial District and Exhibit, is no different. This 24-story home has been in FiDi for nearly a year now, but luckily, there are still apartments available. 

From Classic to Classy Conversion: 180 Water Street

Recently, the Financial District has become home to many new developments in Manhattan, but 180 Water Street is different. Rather than constructing an entirely new building, Metro Loft Developers took a classic this FiDi development and converted it into a luxury residential with a brand new, modern feel.

Back to School: Luxury Rentals Near Elementary, Middle, and High Schools

Rooftop deck at 180 Water Street

August marks the beginning of the end of summer, and back to school commercials have already begun to air. Make going back to school a little easier with these new and conveniently located rentals.

A Calm Manhattan Market Stays Strong

The rental market may have slowed a bit, but rents in Manhattan are still at record levelsManhattan’s rental market is cooling down after a strong upward rise over the last few years. However, it continues to progress slowly but surely. This means that more deals are on the market now than at any time since 2009. In neighborhoods such the Lower East Side and the Financial District prices have decreased on both studios to two-bedrooms, so apartment hunters can pay less and gain more while still being able to enjoy the luxury of a Manhattan lifestyle. Though the increase in Manhattan’s rental market has been minimal over the last month or so, thankfully there has been no stagnation or downfall. Based on a recent report, there are plenty of great apartments for renters to choose from.

70 Pine Street Comes Back to Life

70 Pine Street, the former AIG headquarters, is set to be converted into 1,000 rentals.The Financial District has seen its share of new developments and rising residences, and 70 Pine Street is finally set to join the trend. This vacant landmark skyscraper, formerly the headquarters of American International Group, was at one point set to be converted by Metro Loft Management into a series of hotel rooms or a range of rentals of all sizes. However, this task has now been taken up by Rose Associates, with the goal of having 1,000 rental apartments constructed by early 2014. Eastbridge Group, who has accepted the reins from Metro Loft Management, will finance the project, expecting that Rose Associates will be able to finally bring about a slew of new residences at this coveted property.

Home Comes To The Financial District: FiDi Rental Apartments Soon To Come With Farmer's Market, Possible Greenway

It's not exactly news anymore that the Financial District has been pretty thoroughly reinvented from a center of international commerce into a very desirable Manhattan residential neighborhood... that also happens to be the center of international commerce. But for all the top-notch apartment listings in the Financial District -- and there are many, from pre-war rental apartments like those at 37 Wall Street or 71 Broadway or The Crest to the ultra-luxe new construction rental apartments at 90W -- one thing the neighborhood has lacked is, for lack of a better word, the things that make Manhattan neighborhoods feel like Manhattan neighborhoods. Slowly but surely, though, that's changing. With the announcement that the Financial District's Andaz Hotel will be sponsoring a new Financial District Greenmarket, FiDi foodies will finally have a place to get the fresh local produce, meat and seafood their neighborhood has been missing. And an ambitious plan to reimagine traffic-saturated Water Street as a green byway suggests that more neighborhoodiness could be in the offing for the Financial District. This is good news for a bunch of reasons.