Of all the new rental developments springing up around the city, the American Copper Buildings is one of the most commanding. Here’s a 3-bedroom unit in the East building that shows off all the incredible angles, windows and views that give this East Side high-rise its “wow” factor. Note: Applicants must qualify on the gross rent of $8,650. Citi Habitats is handling the leasing.
The name of this new rental building is East Village’s Greatest Building, or EVGB, which references the seedy but iconic CBGB club where punk rock came alive in the 1970s. But there’s only clean, cool luxury inside this 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment, down to its white oak flooring. Loads of amenities in the building, which is being leased by Extell.
This sleek apartment is on the 27th floor of the new Oriana River Tower, so go for the East River and city views. Once inside, the split two bedroom layout offers maximize privacy. Citi Habitats is the leasing agent for the Oriana.
This mammoth apartment is why Peter Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village was created: To house New York in a big way. Here’s a modernized and renovated 1,694-square-foot apartment with 5 bedrooms and two full baths, set within the 80-acre community that has long been called home by NYC working families. StuyTown Property Services is the agent.
Tribeca House provides a prime location and this 1,300-square-foot unit has just been gut renovated with all new marble counters, appliances and bathrooms. You can customize your wall configuration before you move in. Isaak Arakanchi of Manhattan Realty Group is the listing agent.
Here’s a sweet duplex townhouse that, along with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, boasts a private, walled garden. It’s a wonderful family spot or a homey place for roomies and comes with working fireplace, central air and exposed brick. Mary Priebe of Brown Harris Stevens is the listing agent.
Here’s 1,700-square-foot apartment with a view, times three. The three-exposure windows in this unit won’t let you forget where you are: In the luxurious Clock Tower condo building in Dumbo, and who cares if the second bedroom is really a home office? You only live once. Matt Holbein and Katherine Camp of Compass are the listing agents.
Quintessential Park Slope residence on a grand scale. This 3-bedroom duplex opens to a grand parlor room with a modern kitchen and plenty of period details befitting a Brooklyn brownstone. And then there’s the backyard: So green you’ll need a sprinkler. Walanne Steele of Douglas Elliman is the listing agent.
Hard to resist the siren call of this 1,523-square-foot apartment at One Brooklyn Bridge Park, the converted waterfront warehouse in the new Brooklyn Bridge Park. Soaring ceilings, two bedrooms, warehouse windows. It’s just very cool. Brian Lehner of Brown Harris Stevens is the listing agent.
A studio apartment in Tribeca that rents for $7,400? What? Well, look at this loft and ask yourself if there is anything more quintessentially downtown New York than this massive, 2,190-square-foot loft. Open a bowling alley. Or just have a ball. Michael J. Carroll of Brown Harris Stevens has the listing.