Thinking of Moving? Here are Some Hudson Yards Rentals.

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Hudson Yards is pretty unique.  Built from the ground up on a formerly abandoned train yard, it’s not only the area where the High Line ends but also the start of a brand new neighborhood. Hudson Yards is still literally up and coming (although the MTA was miraculously able to extend the 7 train line going there BEFORE it was even completed). However, there are some really neat, brand new rental buildings in Hudson Yards although you may have to schlep a few blocks each way to find some food.

Want in before rents inevitably rise? Then here are some noteworthy, move-in ready choices.

 

Best for their Flock of Seagulls Lobby: One Hudson Yards

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Location: 30th street between 10th and 11th avenues. So closer to the Hudson.

Management Company: Related Rentals who tends to be a bit on the pricey side but run their apartments pretty well unless you ask Yelp.

Mantra: “There is only one.”  Marketing clearly loves The Highlander.

Highlights: 30th street facing apartments directly overlook the High Line but the amenities are the star here with a pool, basketball court, bowling alley and game lounge in addition to the standard (IMO) rooftop and BBQ terraces, children’s playroom and pet grooming. 

Zoned Schools: P.S. 33 – Chelsea Prep for elementary, M.S. 297 for middle which is still a work in progress, however, the principal is an upcoming candidate for “best teacher street style.

Pricing: Rents start at $5,295.

One Hudson Yards official site.

 

Best for numerous Resident Lounges: The Lewis

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Location: 35th street between 9th and 10th avenues.  So closer to more restaurant options.

Management Company: Douglas Elliman handles leasing.

Mantra: “Sleek, Stylish and Modern.”  That’s succinct.

Building Highlights: Focused on “comfort and relaxation.”  So the usual concierge, outdoor terrace, resident’s lounge, bicycle storage, etc, with an additional lounge for tenants on each floor.

Zoned Schools: P.S. 51 – Elias Howe for elementary, M.S. 297 for middle.

Pricing: Rents start at $3,425 net.

The Lewis official site.

 

Best for the Rock Climber & Lazy Librarian: The Eugene

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Location: 31st between 9th and 10th avenues.

Management Company: Fairfield Residential.

Mantra: “Welcome to the you generation.”  No joke.

Building Highlights: Washers and dryers in each unit is pretty amazing.  But they also have a rock climbing wall, “library” lounge (not sure if you can request any books but hey, included with your rent!), a basketball court, pet grooming studio, and a golf simulator. No pool, sadly.

Zoned Schools:  P.S. 33 – Chelsea Prep for elementary, M.S. 297 for middle.

Pricing: Rents start at $4,075.

The Eugene official site.

 

Best for Pool on Pool Action: 555TEN

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Location: 10th avenue at the corner of 41st.

Management Company: Extell.  So you know it’s fancy (they did One 57).

Mantra: “Rise even higher.”  Fair enough, it is tall.

Building Highlights: Health and wellness FLOOR with Peloton, boxing and classes, a saltwater pool, a rooftop “club” with another pool and a fireplace with unobstructed views of Hudson Yards and New Jersey (fun on the 4th of July for fireworks), the obligatory bowling alley, on-site pet care plus in-unit washers and dryers.

Zoned Schools:  P.S. 51 – Elias Howe for elementary, M.S. 297 for middle.

Pricing: Rents start at $3,900 for a studio and $9K for a 3 bedroom, 3 bath.

555 Ten official site.

 

If you feel we missed a good one let us know in the comments below!

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