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New Luxury Rental Developments Hit the Market in Lower Manhattan

As Lower Manhattan’s new construction numbers continue to grow, developments are nearing completion, and are beginning to hit the market. To help you keep up with the new and upcoming developments, here are three of the newest and hottest residential rentals that have hit the market in Tribeca, Battery Park City, and the Financial District.

Sign a Lease at 70 Pine Street, Receive Two Months Free Rent

A photograph of 70 Pine the year it was built.

Art deco landmark 70 Pine is offering 2 months free rent to all new leases, for a limited time only.

New York Stock Exchange Building Exchanged for a Luxury Rental

Building on the right, the current New York Stock Exchange, on the left, the former. 

The historic 1950s-era building and former home of the New York Stock Exchange, will be getting renovated from offices to luxury rentals.  

Art Deco Buildings of the Financial District You Can Rent

Facade of 20 Exchange Place, displaying Art Deco ornaments and design.

20 Exchange Place's stylized facade with architectural grotesques.

Even though it boasts one of the most distinctive skylines in the world, Manhattan didn't get that way over night. One of its most cherished pre-war architectural styles, Art Deco, is well-represented with distinguished examples such as the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building. These Financial District luxury rentals offer pre-war flair with plenty of modern conveniences.

Trading Up: Financial District's Most Expensive Rental Buildings

8 Spruce Street luxury apartments showcase great views of the city and water.

Manhattan’s Financial District has a rich history as the nation’s center of commerce. While this undeniable status remains true, this Lower Manhattan neighborhood is slowly regaining a reputation for luxury residential apartments. This five luxury buildings in particular feature some of Manhattan’s most stunning residences, and are among the neighborhood’s priciest.