5 New Condominium & Rental Apartments In Manhattan

Manhattan’s vertical growth continues to spread across multiple neighborhoods at a feverish pace. From the Upper West Side to the Upper East Side, Hudson Yards to Sutton Place, we look at several of the most recently finished condominium and rental apartments in Manhattan. The following set of the cheapest and most expensive available units per building are as of November 21.

1) The West

Located at 547 West 47th Street in Hell’s Kitchen along 11th Avenue, The West is a 12-story residential and retail complex designed by Concrete and StoneCycling and developed by CB Developers, SK Development, and Ironstate Development with 219 residences ranging from studios to two-bedroom units. The ground floor of the 201,000-square foot building is home to a Cadillac dealership. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is in charge of handling marketing and leasing.

There are over 30,000 square feet of amenities that include the following: a double-height 24-hour attended lobby and concierge desk, a library with a fireplace, a community mailroom with a package wrapping station, a chef’s kitchen with a private dining room, a co-working space and conference room, a double-height gym by The Wright Fit with an outdoor training deck, a pet spa and dog run, an outdoor rooftop deck with a swimming pool and cabanas available for purchase, multiple outdoor kitchens and dining areas with BBQ grills, a bike repair room, storage for every condominium, and two fully furnished hotel suites residents can reserve for their visitors.

The cheapest home is a studio measuring 469 square feet costing $765,000 while the most expensive is a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom layout that’s 859 square feet with an additional 295 square feet of outdoor terrace space costing $2,505,000.

2) Lyra NYC

Addressed as 555 West 38th Street and located on the northern end of Hudson Yards is Lyra NYC, a 52-story rental complex designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects and SLCE Architects for Rockrose. The 570-foot tall skyscraper features 598 units ranging from studios to two-bedrooms.

Amenities at Lyra NYC include a 24-hour attended lobby, a fitness center, a sky lounge with a catering kitchen, a game room with a billiards table, a lounge, a solarium co-working space, a squash court, a golf simulator, a pet washing room, valet service, bike and residential storage, and a Caffé Vento on site. Meanwhile, the rooftop terrace comes with private cabanas, outdoor dining areas, BBQ grills, and panoramic river views.

The cheapest rental is a studio with western exposure costing $3,845 per month, while the most expensive is a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom unit with southwestern exposures costing $8,195 per month.


601 West 29th Street, aka 3ELEVEN, is a new rental tower in Hudson Yards designed by FXCollaborative and developed by Douglaston Development. The 695-foot tall, 60-story residence has a total of 938 units with 703 market-rate rentals and 235 homes reserved for affordable housing, as well as 15,000 square feet of commercial retail space.

The property has 50,000 square feet of amenities including multiple resident lounges, co-working spaces, a fitness center with adjacent studios, an outdoor pool, multiple roof decks, a children’s playroom, music studios, indoor and outdoor dog runs, and an on-site parking garage with bike storage. Residents will also have access to Throw Me A Bone, a full-service pet care business offering veterinary, grooming, walking, and boarding services.

Units come with wide-plank flooring, designer appliances and fixtures, and solar shades installed in every window. Right now, the cheapest rental is for a studio on the fourth floor coting $3,995 per month while the most expensive is a 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom rental on the 20th floor costing $8,810 per month. 3ELEVEN is running a promotion of offering one free month with a 13-month lease.

4) The Leyton

On the Upper East side at 1059 Third Avenue is The Leyton, a 30-story condominium project with 38 homes. Designed by Manuel Glas Architects and deevloped by Dart Interests and Real Estate Inverlad, the 481-foot tall tower spans 127,00 square feet with interiors designed by Frampton Co. and Champalimaud Design. Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing is in charge of sales and marketing for the property.

Residential amenities at the Leyton include the Brandy Room, an indoor-outdoor residential lounge on the 24th floor with a sun terrace on the eastern end of the floor plate, and a living room and dining room each with a separate terrace facing west; the Studio, a fitness center with an accompanying stretching room called the Retreat Room; the Paw Spa, a pet grooming and washing facility; a 24-hour attended lobby with a fireplace and service run by BHB Concierge; temperature-regulated, secured private storage; bicycle storage; and dedicated mail and package rooms.

2,711 square feet with 3345 The cheapest home costs $2,00,000 and that gets you a 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom unit on the 12th floor with northern and eastern exposures, while the most expensive is $10,500,000 for a 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom layout on the 25th floor. It measures 2,711 square feet with an additional 345 square feet of exterior space and boasts 360-degree views of the city.

5) 2505 Broadway

2505 Broadway is a condominium residence on Manhattan’s Upper West Side that was designed by ODA and developed by Adam America Real Estate. The 75,000-square foot building holds 41 units that are being marketed by Ariel Tirosh of Douglas Elliman Development Marketing.

Amenities include a children’s playroom, a pet spa, a residents’ lounge, an outdoor terrace with kitchens and dining areas, and a private gym with an adjacent flexible space that can be converted from a sports court to a movie theater.

The residential inventory includes two townhouse-style duplexes and a spacious four-bedroom penthouse featuring a private outdoor rooftop terrace with 360-degree views of the Hudson River, the George Washington Bridge, and the Upper West Side. Each floor houses one to two units. Currently, there is a 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom home on the 10th floor measuring 793 square feet for $1.625,000 being the cheapest home, while the most expensive is a 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom layout yielding 2,438 square feet on the 11th floor and costing $5,495,000.

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