Time for a maritime move? Check out the listings at these 17 NYC Ferry stops

Originally posted on August 06, 2021 2:00 pm
Updated on August 06, 2021 5:47 pm

Apartments located within walking distance to a NYC subway stop are always touted as attractive. After all, fewer steps to the train mean a shorter commute to work.

But what about the NYC Ferry?

Don’t overlook proximity to the city’s public network of ferry boats as a perk. If you’re on the hunt for a new apartment, and your office happens to be near a ferry stop, consider one of the neighborhoods featured on this map:

We at RentHop thought it’d be an opportune time to mesh the nautical with the economical. Peruse our list of ferry stops — each one with rough rent estimates and hyperlinked to listings peppered along these East River routes.


1. Astoria

Price: $2,028 per month. Units at 10 Halletts Point are sun-drenched and quite spacious.

2. Roosevelt Island

Listings start at $2,400 per month. Roosevelt Island is far less densely populated than anywhere else within NYC.

3. Long Island City

Price: $2,553. Monster studio. Stylish fixtures by Grohe and Kohler. Glossy white lacquer cabinets. Modern Baths.

4. E. 34th Street

Price. $4,595. The upscale View 34 is within walking distance to the East River for easy ferry access.

5. Brooklyn Navy Yard/Clinton Hill

Price: $1,950. Awesome newly renovated 1 bedroom in Clinton Hill.

6. Wall St.

Price: $3,320. This studio at Pine & William touts high ceilings, a classic rectangular layout and walk-in closet.

7. Hunters Point South

Price: $1,850. 1 bedroom at 51st Ave. in Hunters Point is just a 10-minute train ride to Grand Central.

8. North Williamsburgh

Price: $2,995. This studio is in a popular building on Berry St. and touts plenty of amenities.

9. South Williamsburgh

Price: $3,033. Amenities abound for the residents on Kent Ave., including an 11,300 sq. ft. club level.

10. Dumbo Fulton Ferry

Price: $4,495. This high-end building is adjacent to multiple train lines, the ferry, and several public parks.

11. Corlears Hook

For the Corlears Hook ferry stop, consider 57 Pitt St. In addition to being near the ferry, it’s close to Casa Mezcal and Doughnut Plant. A room could go for $1,325.

12. Atlantic Avenue

Studios near this ferry stop hover $2,500 a month. Zero in on Cranberry Street for units within walking distance to Pier 6.

13. Red Hook

Price: $1.790. Van Brunt St. residents are serviced by B-61 Bus, BQE, Brooklyn Bridge, and of course the ferry.

14. Sunset Park

For quick access to the ferry, consider 5601 2nd Ave. This building is located in Sunset Park, and close to Royal Kings Pizza.

15. Bay Ridge

A 2 bed, 2 bath hovers $2,700 a month at 243 92nd Street — a quick stroll to the ferry landing on Shore Rd.

16. Rockaway

Price: $2,000. A 2 bedroom at 114-6 Rockaway Beach Blvd. features a large living room, balcony, and all new everything.

17. Stuyvesant Cove

For quick access to Stuyvesant Cove, there’s — of course — Stuy-Town (Peter Cooper Village). Price: $4,690 for a 3 bed, 1 bath.

Methodology

Released on a monthly basis, the RentHop Best Deal series aims to provide renters with useful market insights and a chance to identify rental gems currently available on the market. These listings are hand-selected by the team at RentHop based on a few factors, including layout, apartment size, features, and more importantly, price — such listings will be on average 10% – 30% below the median asking price of other similar-sized listings in the same neighborhood.

Note that, given the fast-paced nature of the rental market in New York, certain listings may receive applications and be taken off within days on market. If you are interested in scheduling a showing or have further questions, please make sure to submit an inquiry via the inquiry submission form located on the listing page.

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