Got someone you get along with? That’s very nice, because in New York City, sharing isn’t just caring, it expands your rental horizons. In this roundup of new rental listings, we looked for 2-bedroom units that provide enough space for two people to become comfortable roomies. Let’s roll.

Photo fo 101 We 90th Street #6D

Manhattan: 101 W. 90th St. #THC

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
PRICE: $3,995
HIGHLIGHTS: Two true bedrooms in a space just under 1,000 square feet means plenty of room to spread out in this no-fee apartment at the James Marquis. The sun-filled home is convenient to everything that makes the Upper West Side the best, old-school Manhattan playground.

Photo of 182 East 95th Street #26H

Manhattan: 182 E. 95th St. #26H

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $3,975
HIGHLIGHTS: Here’s a whistle-clean Upper East Side apartment with concierge service, roof deck and parking. You can spend your downtime strolling Fifth Avenue and the Museum Mile, and enjoying easy access to Central Park. It’s a lovely spot in the high-rent district.

Photo of 35 East 35th Street #10H

Manhattan: 35 E. 35th St. #10H

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $4,000
HIGHLIGHTS: Yes, Murray Hill has (had?) a reputation as a bro haven, but it’s no wonder, given the restaurants, bars and brunch spots right out every door. This 1-bedroom convertible is clean and light-filled, and is being shown this week by appointment only.

Photo of 340 West 17th Street #2B

Manhattan: 340 W. 17th St. #2B

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $3,900
HIGHLIGHTS: There’s loads of charm in this loft-like apartment with exposed brick, French doors, wood floors and a fireplace. It’s all set in the heart of Chelsea, close to the Meatpacking District and Hudson River Park.

Photo of 254 Front Street #5D

Manhattan: 254 Front St. #5D

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $4,125
NEIGHBORHOOD: Fulton-Seaport
HIGHLIGHTS: The marketing motto for this building is “Live Happy,” and we can see why. This new development in the heart of the Seaport area offers quality finishes (wide oak floors, Caesarstone counters), views of the Brooklyn Bridge, and a slew of hotspots out the door. And, yes, if you’re working in Lower Manhattan, this is an ideal address. If you’re not, it’s close to the 2, 3, 4, 5, A and C subways.

Photo of 114 Ridge Street, #2A

Manhattan: 114 Ridge St. #2A

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $3,995
HIGHLIGHTS: The only thing you and your roommate will fight over is who gets the king-sized bedroom and who gets the queen-sized one. Slick finishes include dark espresso hardwoods, marble counters in the kitchen and bath, and stainless steel appliances.

Photo of 44 Kent Street #202

Brooklyn: 44 Kent St. #202

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $3,995
HIGHLIGHTS: Here’s a very hot rental building on the waterfront in an up-and-coming part of Brooklyn. Head to the rooftop for expansive views of Manhattan and Brooklyn or out the door to nearby restaurants and pubs. When you tire of the Greenpoint scene, you can cook in your own, slick new kitchen.

Photo of 774 Grand Street #2A

Brooklyn: 774 Grand St. #2A

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
PRICE: $3,895
NEIGHBORHOOD: Williamsburg
HIGHLIGHTS: Think modern warehouse. This 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom corner unit also steals from the cast-iron aesthetic, with wide-open spaces and plenty of light coming through its stylish industrial-style windows and panes. Note: This price is net-effective rent, which means one free month and a regular rent of $4,250.

Photo of 275 Manhattan Avenue #3A

Brooklyn: 275 Manhattan Ave. #3A

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $4,000
NEIGHBORHOOD: Williamsburg
HIGHLIGHTS: The visual drama unfolds quickly in this duplex loft that features double-height windows and a modern spiral staircase. The upper-level mezzanine has a washer and dryer and could be used as a second bedroom. The apartment is totally renovated with radiant heat flooring that will spoil you this winter.

Photo of 46-09 11th Street #6D

Queens: 46-09 11th St. #6D

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
PRICE: $4,140
HIGHLIGHTS: Long Island City is luring all manner of new residents eager for the luxury and space that apartments like this provide. There’s perfect roommate privacy, as the spacious master features an ensuite bathroom and the second bedroom is across the living room. It’s walking distance to Gantry Plaza State Park and MoMA PS1, plus all those subway lines to Manhattan: E, M, G and 7.

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