Living in the Lincoln Square neighborhood of Manhattan


Selected No Fee Apartments in Lincoln Square

View ALL of the available no fee apartments in
Lincoln Square. Below are a sampling of what is on the market.

$3,100
Studio
$7,062
2 Bedroom
$8,995
2 Bedroom
$5,895
1 Bedroom
$8,195
2 Bedroom
$6,095
2 Bedroom
$3,531
Studio
$4,938
1 Bedroom
$7,695
1 Bedroom
$7,495
2 Bedroom

Lincoln Square sits within the larger neighborhood of the Upper West Side, but has such a distinct character that some are beginning to separate it from the larger area.

 

Apartments can be found starting from the Time Warner Center and The Shops at Columbus Circle(59th Street & Broadway), up until about 70th Street where Broadway touches Amsterdam Avenue. This half-mile stretch of the city is bordered by Columbus Avenue at the east, and is a lively neighborhood to look for NY apartments.

 

Lincoln Square has a wealth of outstanding residential buildings for such a small neighborhood. Many Lincoln Square apartments are within extraordinary buildings. This includes The Regent, with its elegant lobby and many amenities; the Dorchester Towers, which boasts spectacular views of Central Park; and the majestic Grand Tier, overlooking Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

Much of the public space in the neighborhood is maintained by the terrific non-profit organization known as the Lincoln Square Business Improvement District, founded and governed by the area's property owners, who in the mid-1990s felt as if not enough city money was being spent on this vital community.

The Lincoln Square BID now boasts an almost $2 million annual budget for neighborhood security, beautification, supplemental sanitation (they clean the sidewalks and empty the trash a LOT more frequently than the city could afford to do), as well as for the promotion of local events such as the great holiday tradition, Winter's Eve.

 

This community is exploding with great culture, including all the events the recently renovated Lincoln Center has to offer—the New York Philharmonic, the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Ballet, to name just three of the mainstays—to the neighborhood's two great movie houses, the AMC Lincoln Square, with its 13 screens (including one of only two IMAX theaters in all of New York City) showing the best of Hollywood, and the Lincoln Plaza Cinema, which specializes in indie and foreign films.

 

The neighborhood is also loaded with first-rate shopping and dining options, for all tastes and budgets. Some of our favorite restaurants include Bar BouludA Voce Columbus, and Landmarc UWSCentral Parkis a few blocks away, as are the playing fields and bike/running paths of Riverside Park.


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