Real Estate NYC apartment rooftops that will make you want to move By Lauren Cook Updated May 6, 2016 1:31 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Spring is not only moving season in New York City, it's also rooftop lounging season. So why not combine both? These New York City apartment buildings have rooftop views and amenities that will leave you speechless -- and maybe wondering if you could afford the rent after all. 393 West End Ave., Manhattan Photo Credit: Quinn Rise above the hustle of New York City with the relaxing rooftop available to tenants at this Upper West Side building. The roof deck provides breathtaking views of the city skyline and Hudson River. One bedrooms start around $5,885, and two-, three- and four-bedroom rentals are also available. Where: 393 West End Ave., New York, NY 10024 The Baker House, Queens Photo Credit: The Baker House If you'd rather take in a view of the Manhattan skyline than be part of it, then The Baker House might be just the place for you. The Long Island City building has a rooftop terrace that comes with a wooden pergola and outdoor seating that overlooks the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge and Manhattan skyline. One bedrooms are priced around $2,700. Where: 41-07 Crescent St., Queens, NY 11101 The Marci, Brooklyn Photo Credit: Citi Habitats Located in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, the Marci's rooftop oasis offers stunning views of the Manhattan skyline. Additionally, some of the eight-story building's apartments come with a private terrace or balcony with the same gorgeous view -- only you don't have to share it with your neighbors. One-bedroom apartments start around $1,846, while a one bedroom with a private terrace starts around $2,262. Where: 691 Marcy Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11216 Enclave at the Cathedral, Manhattan Photo Credit: Enclave at the Cathedral Kick back and relax on the rooftop of either of the two buildings that make up the Enclave at the Cathedral in Morningside Heights. Each building's private rooftop, with views of the city, Morningside Park and St. John the Divine, is equipped with lounge furniture and a television -- in case the views aren't enough to keep you entertained. As a bonus, residents in the eastern tower can also take advantage of the building's private terrace. Studio apartments start around $2,700. Where: 400 W. 113th St., New York, NY 10025 West River House, Manhattan Photo Credit: West River House Watch the sunset over the Hudson River from the rooftop of the West River House. Not only does this Upper West Side apartment building offer a beautifully landscaped rooftop deck, some of the apartments also have private terraces or balconies with views of the river. One-bedroom apartments start around $4,095. Where: 424 West End Ave., New York, NY 10024 Jones L.E.S., Manhattan Photo Credit: Jones L.E.S. Residents at this 14-story building on the Lower East Side can take in amazing 360-degree views from the rooftop. Watch a movie at the rooftop's outdoor screening area, catch some sun on the terrace (and cool off in the terrace's misting shower), and enjoy a meal under the stars at the private dining and grilling areas. Studio apartments start around $2,863 and one bedrooms start around $3,840. Where: 331 E. Houston St., New York, NY 10002 One Sixty Madison, Manhattan Photo Credit: One Sixty Madison Due to the unique positioning of One Sixty Madison at the corner of Madison Avenue and 33rd Street, many tenants can enjoy sweeping 180-degree views of the city skyline. To top it off, the building also offers a rooftop lounge. The Three Sixty Lounge features an indoor fireplace, two outdoor terraces and panoramic views of New York City. Studios start around $3,457 and one bedrooms start around $4,334. Where: 160 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 By Lauren Cook Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.