Beautiful Rentals for Manhattan Village-Dwellers

New York City is known for its sky-reaching towers and busy streets packed with endless things to do. But when it comes to living in the city, the most desirable places are the more quaint neighborhoods, tucked away between the tall buildings at the center of Manhattan in the West, East, and Greenwich Villages. Here are three developments still available in the Manhattan villages.

The Highline

Sitting in one of NYC’s most desirable neighborhoods is a development filled with gorgeous homes. The Highline development at 756 Washington Street, just a block from the Hudson River, fits perfectly in the West Village. The building stands only 11-stories tall with a total of 67 homes, each of which includes high-ceilings fitted with oversized windows, wood floors, spacious kitchens with granite countertops, maple cabinets, and stainless steel appliances. Residents can step outside while avoiding the busy streets thanks to the buildings lush outdoor plaza. Just as the name of the development suggests, the building sits just a short walk from the infamous linear park known as The High Line, as well as nearby high-end restaurants and shopping centers.


One Ten Third

 At the center of the three Manhattan villages, you will find the stunning green-blue building of One Ten Third with 21-floors and 77 homes. Each rental at 110 Third Avenue is a loft-style home with floor-to-ceiling windows, filling each corner of the space with natural light. There are also hardwood floors, living rooms with fireplaces, and gourmet chef’s kitchens which include Sub-Zero refrigerators, Bosch dishwashers, and Thermador ovens. The bathrooms include limestone, a large soaking tub, double vanities, and more. One Ten Third also has luxurious amenities such as a state-of-the-art fitness center, children’s playroom, extra storage space, and a rooftop deck with a gorgeous green garden. Residents have some of the greatest sights in New York just a short distance away, including parks, top restaurants and bars, boutique shops, and grocery stores.

 Eleven and Third

 Just a few streets down from One Ten Third is a relatively new boutique rental 12-story tower that suits the surrounding East Village architectural structures. This modern development features 53 apartments with large windows, walnut flooring, high ceilings, walk-in closets, and open gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances, marble countertops, and custom cabinetry. Bathrooms have slate tile flooring, oversized mirrors with a vanity, rain showerheads, and bathtubs. The amenities at this development are just as lavish as the homes themselves, with a private yoga studio for residents only, wifi access throughout, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and full access to the rooftop terrace. Eleven and Third is close to Washington Square Park, Union Square, Gramercy Park, as well as countless restaurants, bars, shops, and more.