See the average size and price of Rental Apartments in Battery Park City, Manhattan
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AVERAGE RENTAL STATS:
Based on current rental data, the average apartment in Battery Park City is rented for $6,336 per month.
The average apartment size is 1,183 square feet and has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
The majority of homes in the neighborhood are in post war buildings.
ABOUT THE CURRENT RENTAL MARKET:
Battery Park City currently has 141 apartment rentals available
(7 are furnished apartments and the rest are unfurnished apartments).
Of these, 14 apartments are single room studios,
55 are one bedroom apartments,
50 are two bedroom apartments,
18 are three bedroom apartments and the rest are larger.
While data is not available for all Battery Park City apartment buildings, 15 rentals are
known to have been constructed or renovated recently and are therefore likely to be relatively newer in appearance and amenities.
A number of rental properties in Battery Park City are luxury apartments or contain premium amenities.
31 have air conditioning, 19 offer city views, 129 have concierge services inside the bulding, 141 have a doorman, 94 have elevator service, 7 of the listings are available furnished, 102 have a gym or fitness center, 20 have hardwood floors, 7 boast high ceilings, 7 have a jacuzzi, 103 offer laundry services inside the building, 102 have public outdoor space, 11 have park views, 121 offer parking, 4 are penthouse apartments, 62 allow pets, 16 have private outdoor space, 66 offer storage, 54 have a swimming pool, 18 have a washer / dryer inside the home, 43 have water views.
There are currently 50 price reduced rental listings in Battery Park City.
Searching these rentals can be helpful for those looking to find less expensive, more affordable rental apartments in the neighborhood.
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Located at the Southwestern tip of Manhattan, Battery Park City real estate is still on the rise despite already being a flourishing residential neighborhood. While contained by West Street and the Hudson River, the potential of the Battery Park real estate market for growth and development is essentially limitless.
This water front neighborhood has been the definition of resilience and trendy living in New York City, as it has bounced back multiple times from periods of both underdevelopment and tragedy, in order to be a premiere neighborhood. As of 2010, Battery Park is home to about 11,198 individuals, with just under 15% of all households having children, a median income of about $107,000, and almost half of all residents being married.
Apart from newly constructed residential space, Battery Park City real estate offers residents a variety of geographic amenities and spaces. While Battery Park (including its free WiFi access) and the Smithsonian are obvious attractions, it also boasts three well-rated primary schooling and test-in magnet public secondary schools. Additionally, Battery Park is home of the Asphalt Green facility, which possesses spacious and modern fitness, athletic, and leisure facilities for all ages.