Location: Union Square sits right on the border between Downtown and Midtown, just
north of 14th Street around
Character: Due to its central location around a major subway hub (Union Square), this small neighborhood is always teeming with people.
Apartments & Real Estate
Current Rental Statistics
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|rental statistics as of 18/Dec/2014.|
Selected Rental Buildings
- 103 Fifth Avenue
A turn-of-the-century mid-rise landmark elevator building. The building is mixed use (offices and residential lofts).
- 61-69 West 14th Street
A walk-up loft building. The apartments have high ceilings.
- The Courtney House
(55 West 14th Street, Union Square) - 1 listings, all of them 'no-fee' apt
A post-war high-rise concierge building offering a garage and laundry facilities.
- Flatiron 18
(30 West 18th Street, Union Square)
A modern high-rise landmark doorman building offering a gym and laundry facilities. The apartments have high ceilings (from 9' 0").
- The Left Bank
(77 West 15th Street, Union Square) photos - 1 listings, all of them 'no-fee' apt
A modern six-story elevator apartment building.
See all Union Square Rental Apartment Buildings (24 buildings)
Selected No-Fee Rental Listings
See all Union Square No-Fee Rental Apartments (6 total)
Condo & Co-op Buildings
See all Union Square Condo Apartment Buildings (10 buildings)
See our list of Union Square Co-op Apartment Buildings (5 buildings)
Major Streets Crossing the Neighborhood