The 7 best New Rental Apartment Building NYC

By: Abdullah Haroon November 2, 2020

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Life moves fast and new things replace formers even before you have had enough of them. New technologies and inventions are also expediting this change. Keeping abreast of time, the real estate sector is fast adapting to new technologies and redefining the way we used to live.

New developments are not merely for new immigrants but also an opportunity for locals to upgrade their lifestyle. Besides, new developments are constructed keeping specific requirements and financial bracket in mind. So, it gives more people a chance to keep their dreams alive.

If we peek into the NYC real estate market, the latest trend is of course all about luxury and comfortable living. We have prepared a list of some of the finest new rental apartment buildings in NYC.

Let us check them out.

  • The Dime:

 

Location: it is situated at 209 Hayemeyer street, Brooklyn, NYC.

The Dime is adjacent to the well-known Dime Savings Bank building. It consists of 177 units where lower floors are allocated for the offices while higher floors are dedicated to rental units.

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The construction work started a couple of years ago and completed in 2020. If we talk about the rent here, the average rent touches $3,000/month for the smallest units.

Note: it has 54 units that are available for affordable housing lottery.

  • The Strand:

 

Location: it is situated at 18-81 Starr St, Ridgewood, NYC.

It is a joint venture of Camber Property Group and Valyrian Capital. The building offers a breathtaking life experience with fully furnished apartments and additional amenities.

Note: 30% of the units are available for affordable housing.

  • Dahlia:

If we talk about Upper West Side’s buildings, it is certainly the most elegant addition to it. The building is designed by award-winning firm CetraRuddy Architecture. It is a 20 story building that has 38 units which are available in all sizes such as a two-bedroom as well as a three-bedroom apartment. The chief feature of this building’s apartments is that of an elegant design.

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It offers a modern, warm, comfortable, and cool lifestyle. Apartments have windows from floor to ceiling and there is hardwood flooring. In addition to them, it has walk-in closets and the kitchen comes fully furnished with all appliances. The amenities include central air condition, children’s playroom, doorman, gym, laundry, as well as parking.

One may enjoy time on the balcony in the evening.

Note: It is a pet-friendly building.

  • 11 Hoyt:

11 Hoyt is an iconic cutting-edge architecture building. It goes as high as 57 stories and makes up a total of 481 units and offers some of the most luxurious apartments in town. It is situated in an extremely convenient location with easy access to the subway, entertainment centers, and shopping outlets.

11 Hoyt is built by Michaelis Boyd Associates a London architecture firm that collaborated with Studio Gang architecture and Hollander Design landscape architecture to construct this masterpiece.

The apartments in the building have the best features one can have such as 10-foot ceilings, wide-plank American white oak floors, in-unit washers, and dryers. The apartment has high ceilings, hardwood flooring as well as self-controlled heat an air conditioner.

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Apartments are well equipped with technology such as Wi-Fi-enabled thermostats and integrated USB outlets.

The amenities in the building include central air condition, children’s playroom, doorman, gym, laundry, massage room, outdoor space private storage, elevator, cinema room, spa, as well as parking.

  • Central Park Tower:

 

Location: it is situated at 217 West 57th Street, NYC.

Central Park Tower is one of the dreamiest places to live in NYC. It is a skyscraper building and is the tallest building in the surrounding. It reaches a height of 1,775 feet in the sky. It has an office on the lower floors and 184 apartments above. The apartment has high ceilings, hardwood flooring, self-controlled heat and air conditioner, and walk-in closets.

The amenities include central air condition, doorman, gym, laundry, outdoor space private storage, elevator, as well as parking.

  • Rose Hill:

 

Location: 30 East 29th Street, Rose Hill, NYC.

It is one of the most exquisite areas of Manhattan. It has 123 units in total ad expands to 45 stories. The apartment in the building are extremely comfortable and stylish. You would have enough space to do an experiment with your lifestyle and may customize it according to your aesthetic sense.

Apartments open to lush green surroundings. The building is designed to give it maximum exposure to the sun. The apartment has high ceilings, hardwood flooring, self-controlled heat, an air conditioner, and walk-in closets.

The building has amenities on three floors to give the residents the best life experience. Amenities include central air condition, children’s playroom, doorman, gym, laundry, massage room, outdoor space private storage, elevator, cinema room, pet spa, parking, fireplace, and swimming pool.

  • One Manhattan Square:

A city scrapper goes as high as 800 feet over NY Harbor gives the luxury to its resident of seeing the city from the top. It has 80 stories and 815 units in all which extends extremely comfortable living.

It offers every amenity to make the living experience worth every penny. The apartment has high ceilings, hardwood flooring, self-controlled heat an air conditioner, and walk-in closets.

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Amenities include central air condition, children’s playroom, doorman, gym, laundry, massage room, outdoor space private storage, elevator, cinema room, pet spa, parking, fireplace, swimming pool, basketball court, BBQ area, library, game room, as well as a yoga studio.

The Bottom Line:

Besides these 7 new developments, there are dozens of other new buildings being constructed for rental purposes. So, you would never run out of space in NYC.