100 John Street
New York, NY 10038
Cross streets:
Gold Street, Cliff Street
Wall Street

Rent range: $2850 to $4995
Sqft range: 519 to 1010


Available No Fee Apartments

Unit # (click to view) Bedrooms Bathrooms Pricesort icon Date Available Last Updated
1803 Studio 1 Bath $2,850 09/01/2014 07/30/2014
1714 Alcove Studio 1 Bath $3,025 08/01/2014 07/30/2014
1710 Studio 1 Bath $3,150 09/01/2014 07/30/2014
1609 Studio 1 Bath $3,175 Immediately 07/30/2014
1916 Studio 1 Bath $3,450 Immediately 07/30/2014
1610 Studio 1 Bath $3,495 08/01/2014 07/30/2014
1617 Studio 1 Bath $3,495 Immediately 07/30/2014
2103 1 Bedroom 1 Bath $4,995 Immediately 07/30/2014

Building Features & Amenities

  • Elevator
  • Attended Lobby
  • Concierge
  • Valet
  • Laundry in Building
  • Fitness Center
  • Residents Lounge
  • Rooftop Deck
  • WiFi Access
  • Valet Parking
  • On-site Garage
  • On-site Parking Lot
  • Billiards
  • Tenant Lounge with Wet Bar
  • Dry Cleaning Service
  • Housesitting
  • Units: 221
  • High-rise (26+ Floors)
  • Pre-war Apartment Building
  • Rental Property
Pet policy: Pets OK , Pets Allowed With Landlord Approval. One Dog Only. Cats ok. Pet Fee: $750 (Dogs) & $500 (Cats). Weight Limit: 40 lbs.

Renaissance is close to all of the culture, dining, nightlife and shopping you love about Downtown New York and it is the ultimate residential community in the heart of Downtown. Renaissance is at the center of all major subway lines and convenient to a rich and varied lifestyle. South Street Seaport is just down the street. Battery Park offers the unique serenity of green grass and water just a short walk away. Tribeca is within steps, as is a vast array of museums, bistros and clubs. The unique combination of location, space and luxury service makes Renaissance the ideal place to experience city life.


Neighborhood / Parking / Transportation

The Renaissance is close to all of the culture, dining, nightlife and shopping you love about downtown New York.

The South Street Seaport, with its quaint cobblestone streets and tall ships, should be designated your playground. There you'll find all the boutiques, stores and restaurants you favor.

You're a downtowner, so culture means international flair - more holidays, foods, feasts. At the Renaissance you're in the perfect place to make Sunday dimsum your Chinatown tradition. Walk to Little Italy to enjoy canollis and cappucino at any one of the neighborhood trattorias.

For serenity, green and water, walk over to Battery Park, meditate while viewing the Lady Liberty. And when nighttime falls, take to the nearby clubs and the bistros. Tribeca is ten minutes away on foot; Soho a three dollar cab ride. You can catch the latest exhibit at Guggenheim Downtown, browse the most influential galleries in the art world and see the latest in everything. Why stop there? You're a block away from the Fulton/Nassau station, the nexus of all major subway lines, so you can pick your spot anywhere in Manhattan and go there, without a transfer.


Owner / Manager / Leasing Information

For more information on this building, contact:

Moinian Group
Leasing Manager:
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