This $2,850 one-bedroom is located at 200 Water Street, a former NYU dorm that was originally built as an office building by Emery Roth, and is now a luxury rental building. The apartment has northwestern exposure.
The large building is known for the iconic digital clock on its facade.
There are several other one-to-two-bedroom rentals available in the building as well.
Pros: Until January 31, the building is offering a $500 credit in addition to no broker fee (prospective tenants must come without a broker). It’s a doorman building with an elevator, gym, and roof-deck, and it’s pet-friendly, too. It’s also only two blocks from the Fulton Street Transit hub.
Cons: Some people may not be crazy about the neighborhood. It’s across from South Street Seaport— a veritable tourist trap, and the neighborhood is super busy during the week and quiet on the weekends (though that may be a plus for some).
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