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No-Fee Apartment of the Week: $5,850 TriBeCa two-bedroom
We have a confession to make -- we love TriBeCa. Maybe that's why this $5,850 two-bedroom, two-bath is so appealing, despite its steep price tag. Also, the family-sized apartment is located in one of the best school districts in the city, so for families with school-age children (fyi there's a park just 2 blocks away) it might be worth shelling out the extra cash.
Pros: The luxury rental building's got all the trimmings --- gym, doorman playroom... and there's a Whole Foods downstairs! The apartments have high-end appliances (washer-dryer included) and floor-to-ceiling windows, and it's owned and managed by the highly regarded Related Companies.
Cons: Aside from the price tag (which is often the major con in these no-fee apartments), not much that we can see. Some people might not love being in such a commercial/busy building, as in addition to Whole Foods, there's a Bed, Bath & Beyond and Barnes & Noble downstairs, too.
No-Fee Apartment of the Week showcases an apartment that’s currently on the market and is being offered with no broker fee (otherwise known as the holy grail of New York City rentals). For tips on how to find more no-fee apartments, check out the The 8 best websites for finding a no-fee apartment in NYC and our Guerrilla Guide series.