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Q: 3 or 4 Bedroom Rentals in Manhattan ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: 3 or 4 Bedroom Rentals in Manhattan
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: randomwalk-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 24 Apr 2002 20:13 PDT
Expires: 24 May 2002 20:13 PDT
Question ID: 5015
I am looking for the names, phone numbers, and, if available, web
sites of at least 20 buildings in Manhattan that RENT 3 and/or 4
bedroom apartments for under $7,000 per month. I am looking for
specific names of buildings. If a direct number to a building cannot
be found, then a number for a broker that covers that building would
be helpful. The buildings can be in any of the following areas:

Beekman/Sutton Place
Midtown East
Murray Hill
Turtle Bay/United Nations
Stuyvesant Town
Gramercy Park
Flatiron/Union Square
Midtown West
Lincoln Center

I have only found a couple of buildings that fit this criteria. Can
anyone find a good deal more?
Subject: Re: 3 or 4 Bedroom Rentals in Manhattan
Answered By: skis4jc-ga on 24 Apr 2002 22:27 PDT
Dear Randomwalk,

Hi!  Thank you for your inquiry!

Here is a detailed list of 10 apartments that meet your criteria in

Here is a list of 137 3+ bedrooms available in NY, NY, you’ll have to
look through them all to see exactly where in the city they are

Here is another list of 10 apartments for rent in NY, NY:
Apartments for Rent:

Here’s 2 great sites to licensed Manhattan real estate brokers:
Manhattan Apartments
Apt in Manhattan

Also helpful would be to scour the New York City newspapers.  For a
list of those, see:
Google Directory - NYC

Search terms used:
apartments in manhattan
apartments in nyc
nyc newspapers
rentals in manhattan

Thank you again and have a great day!

Best Regards,

Request for Answer Clarification by randomwalk-ga on 25 Apr 2002 18:10 PDT

Thanks for taking a crack at my question. Unfortunately, your answer
wasn't quite what I was looking for. I did not want links to web sites
that let me search for apartments all around the city nor did I want
links to brokers in NYC. I specifically asked for the NAMES (and
contact info/web sites if available) of BUILDINGS in New York City
that offer 3 or 4 bedroom apartments.

For example, is the web site of the
Metropolis apartment building at 44th and 3rd. Contact info is
available on the web site. Unfortunately the Metropolis only offers
studio through 2 bedroom apartments. Another example would be, the web site of Le Rivage at 21 West Street,
which does offer 3 bedroom apartments.

This is the type of information I am seeking. I want the names of
buildings, not lists of actual apartments available from real estate /
rental / broker web sites.



Clarification of Answer by skis4jc-ga on 25 Apr 2002 20:11 PDT
Dear Randomwalk,

As you’ll see, if you click on the first link I sent you, for example,
you are able to see some of the names of the buildings (i.e., number
10=Tribeca Bridge Tower from Glenwood Management).

Additionally, by using another one of the links mentioned, such as, you are able to insert the information you
are looking for a pull up a query of apartments that meet that
criteria, at least the first 6 appear to give building names.

Also, here is a new link to another site which appears to give the
names of the buildings and contact info:
As a back up to the above, try:

Additional Search Terms Used:
Apartment buildings in Stuyvesant Town

Hope this helps!

Best Regards,
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