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