What’s not to like? This Upper West Side apartment is in a brownstone on a tree-lined street and has a working fireplace. Listing by Scott Stewart and David Ayers at Corcoran.
Here’s a clean, modern unit in the Savoy Park complex in Harlem, which means affordable rent in a gated community with a slew of amenities. Utilities are included. No broker fee. Listing from Lauren Smith of Bohemia Realty.
This tastefully renovated apartment on Mott Street has an office in addition to the bedroom. And look at the white marble in the kitchen, which will probably never be put to much use, because, after all, there is all that food right out the door. Listing held by Jordan Steiner and Anna Weng of Bold New York.
This sweet gut-renovated studio in a luxury condo building has a gym and common garden area. And for an extra $50, you can get a washer and dryer in the unit. No fee. Next Door Realty has the listing.
Here’s a very cool, loft-like unit in a 1920s brick building converted from a schoolhouse. Note that the price listed is net effective rent; there’s also no broker fee. Listing from Metar Catalan, Richard Roman Jr., and the Litvak Team at Compass.
This 2-bedroom apartment just had its floors redone as part of a gut renovation. Better yet, it’s located in a beautiful 1924 building in a hot part of Brooklyn. Listing from Matthew Fischer at Brookliv.
This studio unit in a brand-new, 75-unit rental building is in a bustling part of Fordham and features an open, bright floor plan with large windows. Just a heads-up that rent is net effective. Listing from Elina Golovko at Douglas Elliman.
A redeveloping section of the South Bronx means you get brand-new developments like this rental building, called Port 133. This is a spacious, 750-square-foot 1-bedroom. The last month of a one-year lease is free. No broker fee. The listing belongs to Jillian Faulls at Citi Habitats.
You have to flip through all the photos in this listing to see the appeal: It’s a large 2-bedroom apartment that has been completely renovated. Like Forest Hills and Kew Gardens, this section of Queens means good value and more space. No broker free. Listing by KGH Leasing.
Long Island City may be getting a ton of new rental towers, but here is a charming studio in a 1920s building. It’s been gut-renovated and offers hardwood floors, stainless-steel appliances, good closet space, and a quick walk to the N, R, Q and M trains. Listing by Magdalena Ferenc and Yair Mapari of Citi Habitats.
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