New York Rentals – Financial District

The narrow side streets of the Financial District highlight its status as the oldest neighborhood in New York City, while its stunning architecture and the sheer size of the towers that rise along those streets reflect the Financial District's more recent history as a hub of capitalism and the center of the financial world. Look closer, though, and you'll quickly see that between City Hall Park on the North and the bottom of Manhattan Island on the South, the Financial District has quietly emerged as one of the most luxurious residential neighborhoods in all of Manhattan, and is home to some of the most desirable rental listings in New York City.

While many of the Financial District's grand towers remain bastions of big business, many others have been converted in recent years into condominium developments or luxury rental buildings, and the number of people living in the district has skyrocketed. And thanks to an influx of upscale shopping and restaurants and bars that range from posh to endearingly down-home, the New Yorkers who have flocked to the Financial District are living well in one of the most historically significant neighborhoods in Manhattan.

In some instances, they're even living in history. The sleek limestone skyscraper at 20 Exchange Place is both a New York City landmark and one of the hottest no-fee rentals in lower Manhattan. The elegant apartments for rent at 2 Gold Street offer ultra-modern luxury on one of Manhattan's oldest thoroughfares. More of the finer flats for rent in the Financial District can be found in the office-to-apartment conversion at 45 Wall Street has been and the Gothic Revival former headquarters of U.S. Steel at 71 Broadway, both of which have emerged as hugely sought-after downtown rental listings. The spacious, sun-filled lofts at 135 William Street offer Tribeca-style cool with a dead-center Financial District location. In a neighborhood marked by reinvention -- from Dutch colony to the first capital of the United States to the center of global banking and business -- the Financial District is doing it again and has gracefully remade itself as one of the finest residential neighborhoods in Manhattan.

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135 William Street 135 William Street

135 William Street, Financial District

135 William Street Living Room - Financial District apartments for rent

135 William Street, located in Manhattan’s Financial District, is a renovated high-rise with 30 rental apartments. The apartments come equipped with full kitchens and luxury appliances. Residents will have easy access to the various bars, shops, and spas of the Financial District

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15 Broad Street, Financial District

15 Broad Street Building – Financial District Apartments for rent

As one of the Financial District’s many converted office buildings, 15 Broad Street is the former headquarters of JP Morgan, now offering 382 apartments for rent. In addition to being located in one of Manhattan’s most historic neighborhoods, the building allows residents to access numerous downtown subway lines.

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180 Water Street, Financial District

Apartments for rent at 180 Water Street in Financial District

Located in the heart of the financial district, 180 Water street has been designed to provide the ultimate in comfort and luxury from the beautiful rooftop deck that's perfect for unwinding after a long day to the reservable dining room that makes entertaining a breeze.

The apartments feature large windows that let in lots of natural light, along with high ceilings and gorgeous white oak finished flooring. The beautiful kitchen comes complete with paneled modern appliances and white lacquer cabinetry, or you can choose to cook in the communal entertaining kitchen.

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2 Gold Street, Financial District

2 Gold Street Building - Financial District Apartment Rentals

The Financial District has become one of Manhattan's hottest residential neighborhoods because of both buildings such as 2 Gold Street and such historic thoroughfares as Gold Street itself. Gold Street is one of the city's oldest and most historic thoroughfares, and it takes only a little imagination to picture it as it was centuries ago. 2 Gold Street makes for a stunning contrast in this neighborhood of contrasts this is a very modern, very elegant high-rise offering very modern, very elegant rental apartments in the heart of old New York.

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70 Pine Street, Financial District

Apartments for rent at 70 Pine Street

First impressions matter, and this Art Deco icon immediately captures attention with its stunning architecture, beautiful lobby, and enviable amenities. 70 Pine Street's chic apartments feature minimalist design perfect for modern living, with maximized views for taking in the NYC skyline.

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75 Wall Street, Financial District

75 Wall Street - Manhattan Apartments for rent

It’s not just the luxury apartments at 75 Wall Street that make it a great place to live at—residents here also enjoy hotel-style services, a fitness center, an amenity space and a multimedia lounge. And as if that weren’t enough, 75 Wall Street also offers stunning rooftop views of New York City.

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8 Spruce Street, Financial District

Beekman Tower Building - 8 Spruce Street apartments for rent

Manhattan real estate watchers and architecture heads have been watching 8 Spruce Street, in the Financial District, for some time now. After years of anticipation, a host of name changes, and a much-watched construction process, there's at long last something to see at 8 Spruce Street -- a masterpiece of a Manhattan luxury rental, which goes by the name Beekman Tower, and is the first Manhattan rental development by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry.

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99 John Street, Financial District

Deco Lofts Building - Financial District

Deco Lofts, located at 99 John Street, represents a whole new class of luxury living in the Financial District. Be it its impressive marble lobby, or the spacious, beautiful apartments, or even the range of fine amenities—Deco Lofts has a lot of features that residents are sure to love.

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88 Greenwich Street, Financial District

Greenwich Club Residences

88 Greenwich Street was constructed as an Art Deco office building in 1929 and converted into a luxury rental high-rise in 2007. Designed by Lafayette Goldstone, 88 Greenwich Street stands 38-stories tall and is one of the architectural gems of the Financial District. The 24-hour doorman and concierge attended lobby at 88 Greenwich Street captures the classic, pre-war style of New York with a grotto water fountain, rosewood paneling, and rich chocolate marble that make it exceptionally inviting.

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63 Wall Street, Financial District

The Crest Building - 63 Wall Street apartments for rent

The beautiful terra cotta-accented exterior of the Crest is representative of the long and rich history of this building at 67 Wall Street in the Financial District. But the apartments here have been renovated and today are one of the most luxurious homes not just in the Financial District, but in the whole of Manhattan.