Oh, look: it’s the Dumbo loft of your dreams, complete with huge casement windows, space for days, and two slick bathrooms, one of which is sheathed in penny tile. The rent? A hearty $4,500.
Here’s the view from this resplendent Chelsea 1-bedroom, whose spacious roof deck has views of the Empire State Building. The listing brags, in fact, that this apartment has “the best private roof deck in NYC” — which is maybe what we’d expect for $4,000 a month?
With four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and gobs of prewar detailing, this rambling 5th Street rental is the platonic ideal of the Park Slope family apartment. Let the fact that there’s a den and a living room be a warning that you could get seriously lost in here — for $5K per month.
Here’s what $6,000 per month will get you uptown: a Fifth Avenue address, and, more importantly, that view. Also, 2 bedrooms and 1,500 square feet of light and airy living space. Half a dozen museum memberships are not included, but if you live here on Museum Mile, you’ll want those, too.
This place is so crazy-expensive, we aren’t even going to list the monthly rent. Just know that it’s a full-floor loft in the heart of Tribeca with three bedrooms and jaw-dropping finishes (brick, marble, wood) everywhere. It is the Downtown Manhattan dream you can rent. Well, maybe someone can rent.

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