|Area:||11,706,187 sq ft|
|Map:||Map of Garment District|
|Buildings:||32 rental buildings|
6 condo buildings
6 coop buildings
The Garment District is known as a center of fashion and design.
A large proportion of buildings in the Garment District is commercial and light industrial. The area is home to one of the biggest department stores in the country (Macy's), a gigantic sound and video professional store (B&H), General Post Office, not to mention the humongous Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, Penn Station, and Madison Square Garden.
Loft conversions exist and the situation is sure to change with the redevelopment of Hudson Yards (the project envisaging 5,000+ apartments is on the drawing board at the time of this writing in 2008).
See all Garment District Rental Apartment Buildings (32 buildings)
|$3,965||1-Bedroom at Emerald Green|
|$4,195||1-Bedroom at The Olivia, 660 sq ft|
|$4,900||2-Bedroom at 360 West 34th Street, 850 sq ft|
|$3,650||1-Bedroom at Herald Towers, 810 sq ft|
|$3,850||1-Bedroom at Townsend|
See all Garment District No-Fee Rental Apartments (38 total)
See all Garment District Condo Apartment Buildings (6 buildings)
See our list of Garment District Co-op Apartment Buildings (6 buildings)
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|rental statistics as of 06/May/2015.|