Manhattan Lofts: The Latest Lofts for Rent

Madison Ave Midtown Center
600 Sq. Ft., Small Dogs & Cats, Dishwasher
23 Minutes since update
East 89th St Upper East Side
Dishwasher, Fireplace, Loft Building
~ 1 Hour since update
Murray Financial District
Doorman, Elevator, Laundry Room, Fireplace, Garage, Gym, Playroom/Nursery, Storage Room, Post War
~ 1 Hour since update
Greenwich West Village
Convertible Floorplan
Dishwasher, Balcony, Duplex, Outdoor Space, Storage Room, Terrace
~ 4 Hours since update
North End Ave Battery Park City
No feeExclusive
619 Sq. Ft., Doorman, Elevator, In-Unit Laundry, Laundry Room, Dishwasher, Garage, Gym, Elevator/Laundry Building
~ 7 Hours since update
1st Ave Upper East Side
No feeExclusiveBy Owner
600 Sq. Ft., Furnished, Loft Building
~ 9 Hours since update
Delancey St Bowery
ExclusiveConvertible Floorplan
Pets Allowed
15 Days since update
East 63rd St Upper East Side
No feeExclusive
Pets Allowed, Elevator, Laundry Room
~ 1 Month since update
East Broadway Two Bridges
1330 Sq. Ft., Small Dogs & Cats, Doorman, Elevator, In-Unit Laundry, Laundry Room, Dishwasher, Outdoor Space, Pre War
5 Days since update
One good reason to love the New York City government is that in 1964 they struck down a plan to put an expressway through Soho and ruin the neighborhood that is home to some of the best Manhattan lofts. Unfortunately, just because they still exist doesn't mean they are easy to find or pay for.

The prototypical Manhattan lofts are in converted warehouses or factories in downtown Manhattan. Neighborhoods like Soho, Nolita, Tribeca, the East Village, the West Village, Chinatown and the Financial District have some of the original spaces converted into residential lofts. Think Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze's home in the movie Ghost. After those original spaces were gobbled up, new lofts were built in attempts to create more spaces with open floorplans, large windows and rugged details. These lofts can be found throughout Manhattan and not just in the above listed downtown neighborhoods.

If the Manhattan lofts are too pricey, you can find some of the same spaces in the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Dumbo or Williamsburg.