Fabulous Rentals Near Prime NYC Nightlife

Looking for a rental located near New York City’s nightlife hotspots? Here's a list of three developments that’ll make you feel like this city really does never sleep.

The Ohm

One of the most social luxury rentals in NYC is located at 312 Eleventh Avenue, in one of the most desireable neighborhoods in the city, Chelsea. Residents here can enjoy the Chelsea Piers, Hudson River, and High Line Park by day, and by night experience the best of NYC nightlife right in the comfort of their own home with rock concerts in the lobby and light shows. Come home after a night out at the local bars and clubs to high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows with a gorgeous view of the city, and Caesarstone Blizzard countertops. The Ohm is also environmentally conscience with energy-star appliances, filtered water, UV protected windows, natural gas boilers, and a green rooftop. Currently still available are studios to 2-bedroom apartments starting at $2,900 per month.

The Stanton

Looking for a residential development that captures the history of the city with added modern finishes? At 196 Stanton Street in the Lower East Side, you’ll find just that! Originally built in 1950 and converted in 2010, this building is the perfect mesh of old and new. Located only a block away from the Hamilton Fish Park and East River, and conveniently located near boutique shops, clubs and upscale restaurants. Apartments feature floor-to-ceiling windows that expose 360-degree views of the Williamsburg Bridge, East Village, and the East River, soundproof oak floors, black granite countertops, and a private terrace. The building itself also offers amenities such as a fitness center, home theater and game room, roof deck, and extra storage space. Choose from a studio to three-bedroom apartment that run between $2,800 and $4,850 per month.

184 Thompson Street

This lavish rental is located in historic Greenwich Village, offering 140 loft-style apartments all within walking distance from shops, grocery stores, cultural landmarks, and nightlife hotspots from Washington Square Park to Bleecker Street. Residents can enjoy all of the best the city has to offer as well as apartments with oversized windows, oak flooring, glass cabinets, and a private balcony or garden. For a studio apartment in this 7-story boutique rental, prices start at $3,250 per month and $3,700 per month for a 1-bedroom.