The recently revamped neighborhood is seeing a great influx of some of Manhattan’s most luxurious rental buildings, with amenities that are truly unique and highly sought out, Midtown West is an upcoming gem.
Manhattan wouldn’t be Manhattan without its notorious Wall Street and Financial District. Almost identical to how it is portrayed in the movies, the Financial District is bustling with unique and edgy luxury rentals.
The up and coming neighborhood of Long Island City is an ideal mix of both Manhattan and Brooklyn; with an interesting mix of culture and art as well as top luxury high rise apartment buildings and unique skyline sights from the waterfront.
There aren’t many reasons why Midtown isn’t one of Manhattan’s most iconic neighborhood. The Empire State Building, The Chrysler Building and Bryant Park make this neighborhood a truly special one.
The Murray Hill Neighborhood, lined with lush green trees and townhouses is a great cultural spot with many cultural institutions and mission houses from the United Nations.
Brooklyn isn’t Brooklyn without Williamsburg. Home to an unspeakable amount of thrift stores, cool restaurants and hip bars, there isn’t a lack of culture and vibrance to this neighborhood.
Home to a great variety of shopping and vintage outlets, Greenpoint has become a go-to area for its amazing restaurants, nightlife and waterfront views of Manhattan.
Home to the infamous Lincoln Center and Arts, the Upper West Side is a trove of restaurants and cultural centers that have infinite amounts of events and new things to do every week!
Chelsea is considered one of the most charming and picturesque neighborhoods in Manhattan. Housing opportunities range from historic, protected townhouses to luxury full-service high-rises with excellent amenities packages
The historic and iconic Neighborhood of the Upper East Side is a special mix of old school authentic brownstones and high-luxury rental buildings. Surrounded by many haute-gamme restaurants and designer stores, it is a great shopping and eating spot.
The bustling Chinatown Neighborhood is filled with delicious food spots, historical and cultural landmarks for you to explore. Tai Chi, Chess & Mahjong are also great regular activities in this neighborhood.
The Dumbo Neighborhood (Down Under Manhattan Bridge Overpass) is one of the most coveted neighborhoods for no-fee luxury rentals. With unique sights of Manhattan and the river, it’s a great place to check out!
One of the notoriously good spots for food and weekend hangouts, the East Harlem Neighborhood is guaranteed to satisfy your culinary and cultural needs.
The bustling East Village Neighborhood with its iconic brownstone buildings, has a wide range of great drinking spots, good restaurants and a constant vibrant atmosphere with many live events.
The Fashion District, also known as the Garment District, is home to many garment and fabric distributors as well as the FIT University. The neighborhood is known for its vibrance and artistic flair.
The Neighborhood takes its name from the iconic landmark Flatiron Building, known for its unique architecture and great location for food, events and parks.
The Gramercy Neighborhood, mostly known for its greenery and lush parks, is one of the most coveted neighborhoods for its serenity and authentic brownstone buildings.
The bustle and high energy of Greenwich Village and Washington Square Park are one of Manhattan’s most visited places due to the high volume of restaurants,cafes and bars in the neighborhood.
The historically important neighborhood of Harlem, known for its long history of culture, dance and jazz is home to an eclectic mix of brownstones as well as luxury high rise rental buildings.
The Lower East Side is a highly sought out neighborhood for its unique and lively nightlife, variety of bars and live music venues. The Lower East Side is a true embodiment of NYC’s slogan “New York is a city that never sleeps”.
Cobblestone streets, designer stores and authentic industrial reformed architecture are a few aspects of this neighborhood that make it a popular spot for New Yorkers. Its constantly shifting and upcoming restaurant scene is also a great perk.
The Noho Neighborhood, short for North of Houston, is known for its creative atmosphere and hip culture with many pop up stores and trendy designer stores.
Short for North of Madison Sq. Park, the Nomad Neighborhood is filled with history and culture with many edgy museums and high quality restaurants.
The high-end Soho Neighborhood is renown for its wide variety of luxury designer stores, trendy eating spots and cool art galleries.
The world renown Times Square Neighborhood, also referred to as the Theater District, contains almost everything you could look for; bars and restaurants as well as many cultural events and theaters.
The Tribeca Neighborhood is known for its reconverted Loft apartments as well as up and coming designer luxury buildings that offer truly unique layouts.