Top 5 Best Boutique Rental Buildings

Silk Building 14 East 4th Street Luxury Rental Manhattan

Many apartments can claim to have the latest and greatest in luxury living, but these boutique rentals are truly unique, and each in a prime location.

The Silk Building at 14 East 4th Street
The Silk Building is an Italian-Renaissance in Greenwich Village, pre-war high-rise. Built in 1908, The Silk Building was originally the home of the first Tower Records store in New York and was converted to a residential condominium with retail spaces in 1982. The residences of this landmarked buildings have high ceilings, hardwood floors and fireplaces. The chef-style kitchens have stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and a breakfast bar. The baths are finished with marble. Amenities at the Silk Building include a concierge, full-time doorman and live-in superintendent, as well as access to a sun room, private storage and a media room. Residents also have access to gorgeous views via the roof deck and terraces.

The Constable at 53 Howard Street

The Constable 53 Howard Street Luxury Rental Manhattan

Found in Soho, The Constable is a pre-war, luxury loft conversion. Originally built in 1857, The Constable has been renovated for the ultimate in high-class living. Oversized, double-glazed windows provide each of the 18 residences with plentiful natural lighting. The kitchens have been updated with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors, but maintain an antique appearance with crown moldings. The baths have stainless steel fixtures. The Constable is set apart from other loft buildings by its extraordinary Italianate details and simultaneous contemporary features. Residents of The Constable are just minutes away from all that Soho and Tribeca has to offer: unique restaurants with an incredible diversity of cuisines, novelty shops and open air markets.

The Deco East at 222 East 3rd Street

The Deco East 222 East 3rd Street Luxury Rental Manhattan

Located on the border of Greenwich Village and the Lower East Side, The Deco East is a post-war low-rise building with a recessed facade of grey granite and glass. The residences of The Deco East feature exposed brick walls, oversized windows and hardwood floors. The kitchens are finished with granite countertops and new, stainless steel appliances. Some of the residences also have private garden terraces. Amenities include a doorman, gym and private interior garden.

40 Bond Street

40 Bond Street Luxury Rental Manhattan

Designed by the world-renowned architect Herzong de Meuron, 40 Bond Street is a post-war mid-rise building. The apartments at 40 Bond Street are spacious, with 11-foot high ceilings and Austrian-style wood flooring and walls. Many of the apartments also have terraces and fireplaces. Amenities include valet parking, a gym, as well as a spa and housekeeping services, providing residents with the height of luxury living. Located in Greenwich Village, 40 Bond Street is close to several decadent restaurants and boutique shopping centers.

66 Franklin Street

66 Franklin Street Luxury Rental Manhattan

Located in Tribeca, 66 Franklin is a newly renovated condominium conversion known for its “graffiti gate.” The loft-style residences are designed with spacious living areas, intended for entertaining, dining and displaying art, a typical lifestyle for a Tribeca resident. Each apartment also has floor-to-ceiling windows and wide-planked smoked oak flooring. The kitchens are equipped with granite countertops and stainless steel Bosch appliances. The baths are outfitted with custom porcelain tiles, rain showers and marble bath jacuzzis, as well as top-of-the-line polished chrome fixtures. Residents of 66 Franklin can enjoy access to a recreation room, gym, storage spaces, phenomenal views from the roof deck, and bicycle storage. Other amenities include a part-time doorman, virtual doorman and live-in super. Some apartments have additional private outdoor space.