The building has full service amenities like a doorman, in-building gym/fitness center, elevators and a common rooftop and many apartments have views of the park.
Not into new construction? If you are looking for a pre-war building, many of these exist still exist and are converted factories/warehouses built over a hundred years ago. You can find these classic loft spaces with large windows, excessive light and keyed elevators on side streets like 15th, 16th and 17th between Union Square West and 5th Avenue.Find Union Square apartments
|Building Address||# no-fee apts|
|92 PARK AVE S||56|
|231 E 14TH ST||19|
|112 E 11TH ST||15|
|92 5TH AVE||12|
|422 2ND AVE||7|
|231 E 14TH||6|
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Union Square Apartments for rent, but that comes with a clear cost. Many brokers charge a fee in the range of one month’s rent. If you want to find a no fee Union Square rental, there are a few good ways to go about doing so. First, look at the listings on this page to see if Naked Apartments can find you the no fee rental apartment you are looking for. If you don’t like what you see here, we suggest you reach out to a few of the buildings directly. Management companies are open to you contacting them directly and they won’t charge you a fee.
For a studio Union Square Apartment, you should expect to pay in the range of $2300-$2600 per month for a doorman building and $1900-$2100 per month for a non-doorman building
For a Union Square one bedroom Apartment, you should expect to pay in the range of $3400-$3700 per month for a doorman building and $2400-$2600 per month for a non-doorman building
For a Union Square 2 bedroom Apartment, you should expect to pay in the range of $5200-$5500 per month for a doorman building and $3500-$3700 per month for a non-doorman building
In terms of great things about the neighborhood, you have a few attributes that really stick out. First is the farmers’ market, which is open 8am to 6pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday year round. Second, you have a great park in Union Square as well as a dog park, which makes renting an apartment in Union Square quite pet friendly. Third, you have lots of food and culture, including the Blue Water Grille (restaurant) and the New York Film Academy located in the old Tammany Hall building.
Union Square is not just the name of the neighborhood, it's also the name of the park between 14th and 17th streets and boarded on the East by Park Avenue and on the West by Union Square West. In addition, this term is also used to describe the surrounding neighborhood, which runs West to 5th Avenue, East to Broadway and Irving Place, South to 12th Street and North to 19th Street. Union Square got its name during the 19th century because it served as the union of many key trolley/train lines.
One advantage to Union Square Apartments today is their proximity to public transportation - you can catch several subway lines there including the L, N,Q,R,W,4,5 and 6 trains. In addition to being a central transportation hub, Union Square is also a gathering spots for nearby NYU students, the farmers’ market and various political activists.