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2,612 apartments for rent near Manhattan, NY

Apartments in Manhattan, NY

Peter Cooper Village
Manhattan, NY 10010
$3,611 - $5,285
1 - 3 Beds
Avalon Midtown West
New York, NY 10019
$3,246 - $6,247
Studio - 2 Beds
Avalon Clinton
New York, NY 10019
$2,912 - $6,528
Studio - 2 Beds
AVA High Line
New York, NY 10001
$3,215 - $7,710
Studio - 2 Beds
From $2,700
2 Beds
Avalon Kips Bay
New York, NY 10016
$2,755 - $5,390
Studio - 4 Beds
From $2,195
Studio
From $3,000
2 Beds
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It is a tiny island that’s been called the “Center of the Universe.” It is the Big Apple, the Crossroads of the World, and the City That Never Sleeps. If you want to “take Manhattan,” you’ll be joining a whopping 1.6 million people who also decided to make this island their home.

Manhattan is New York City’s smallest borough – by land area. But this small borough is also the most densely populated. The landmarks are well-known: Central Park, Broadway, Times Square, Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building. But what’s it like to live in Manhattan, really?

Manhattan was settled in 1624. Governor’s Island served as a Dutch fur-trading settlement called New Netherland. The English conquered New Netherland in 1664 and renamed it New York after the Duke of York and Albany. The Dutch reclaimed the settlement in 1673 and renamed the city New Orange. In 1674, the English again gained control through the Treaty of Westminster.

When you move to an apartment in Manhattan, you’ll have a variety of areas to explore. The island is divided into Downtown, Midtown, and Uptown. The East Side is separated from the West Side by 5th Avenue.

Uptown is home to neighborhoods such as Upper Manhattan, Inwood, Marble Hill, Washington Heights, and Harlem. Midtown is home to the Diamond District, Rockefeller Center, the Theater District, Times Square, the Garment District, Koreatown, Hell’s Kitchen, and Madison Square. Downtown contains NoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown, the Financial District, Greenwich Village, and Tribeca.

Are you ready to live in the city that never sleeps? Apartments in Manhattan get snapped up fast — find yours today if you “heart” New York.