Garment District Apartments

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Local Guide

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Licia Sbardella

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Prudential Douglas Elliman

#2 in Garment District , #3 in School of Visual Arts , #6 in Fashion Institute of Technology , #10 in West Village , #11 in Chelsea

Norman S

Norman S - Real Estate Broker

One Manhattan Real estate

#2 in Washington Heights , #2 in Seventh Avenue , #3 in Yorkville , #3 in Riverdale , #3 in Battery Park

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Raina Rosa - Real Estate Agent

CitiHabitats

#3 in Garment District , #7 in Downtown , #11 in Lower East Side , #13 in Yorkville , #13 in Clinton

 
 

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Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

Local Guide - Real Estate Agent

The Garment District is a very small and contained area (less than one square mile), which means that there aren’t as many rentals here as in other parts of the city. And because there are less rentals, the prices skyrocket. New York City, and especially Manhattan, is already expensive as it is, but the Fashion District’s price tags are staggering. They’re comparable to the Financial District’s costs: the average studio is $2500+, and $4000+ for a one or two bedroom. If you are employed in a high-paying fashion job in the district and want to live closeby (or a rich tycoon looking for a supermodel wife), this may be a feasible option for you, but I would suggest other prospective renters to look elsewhere.

 
 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

Local Guide - Real Estate Agent

You will probably see more models and well-dressed cosmopolitans walking the sidewalks of the Garment District than anywhere else in the country (although my Los Angeles friends could debate this). This is because the neighborhood, as you may have figured out from the name, is one of the world’s premier fashion centers. You may be skeptical, but this isn’t just subjective: the fashion industry here generates around $15 billion in the average year in sales. The world’s hottest names like Calvin Klein or Liz Claiborne have stores that line the streets; everywhere you turn is a gallery, shop, production facility for fashion. More than any other business, fashion dominates this community’s economy.

 
 

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Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 0 Bed Call 100 W 39Th Street, New York, NY April 18th
thumbnail 1 Bed $2,650 36 W 35Th Street, New York, NY April 18th
thumbnail 0 Bed $3,650 885 6Th Avenue, New York, NY April 18th
thumbnail 1 Bed $4,295 125 W 31St Street, New York, NY April 18th
2 Bed $10,500 400 5Th Avenue, New York, NY April 18th
thumbnail 1 Bed $3,850 11 W 31St Street, New York, NY April 18th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,999 37-17 32Nd Street, New York, NY April 18th
thumbnail 1 Bed $3,600 200 W 58, New York, NY April 18th
thumbnail 2 Bed $3,600 222 W 58, New York, NY April 18th
thumbnail 1 Bed $3,500 9 W 31St Street, New York, NY April 18th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
Studio - Two $3,095 - $7,695
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