Theater-lovers and foodies rejoice: We’ve gathered up the five best rental deals in Hell’s Kitchen this week! Located on the west side of Midtown, Hell’s Kitchen is bordered by 59th Street to the north, 34th Street to the south, Eighth Avenue to the east and the Hudson River to the west. It’s a lively neighborhood with famed food and drink destination Restaurant Row, plus close proximity to Broadway theaters and Times Square. It’s also a charming community to put down roots in. And it’s still growing and evolving, as evidenced by the new Look Dine-In Cinemas coming to the neighborhood this summer. Let us help you secure your own lease in this vibrant neighborhood for under $3,000 per month. And if none of these Hell’s Kitchen rental deals strike your fancy, be sure to check out all the other rentals available on StreetEasy.
Our first highlighted home is this artful and quirky 1-bedroom available for $2,500 per month. Feast your eyes on the original exposed brick and convenient built-in shelving across the two main rooms. A unique red and pink accent wall adds some pizazz to the kitchen. The color continues in the electric blue bathroom that features a lustrous, tiled stand-up shower.
There’s a lot to love about this sunny 1-bedroom apartment: The beautiful hardwood floors, the two big exposures and the sliding French doors that separate the bedroom from the living/dining area, for starters. The price tag also aims to please. You can scoop up this charmer for just $2,500 per month. Nice!
Step into this sparkling studio and immediately feel at home. A bright and spacious living room leads to a sweet, queen-size bedroom nook. The kitchen is clean and sleek, with its quartz countertops and abundant cabinets. The building offers many perks, such as an elevator and laundry facilities. And at just $2,450 per month ($2,348 net effective rent), this is the most affordable unit on our list.
Listed at $2,800 per month, this next apartment can easily be converted into a 2-bedroom if you want to share space – and rent – with a roommate. You might have to resort to a coin toss to determine who gets the bedroom with the gorgeous vintage fireplace. But rest assured that everyone’s space will feel sophisticated due to the exposed brick in both rooms. Other noteworthy features include ample closet space and an efficient corner kitchen.
At $2,935 per month ($2,690 net effective), our last featured Hell’s Kitchen rental is at the top of our budget, but for good reason. It boasts brand-new finishes in the kitchen and bathroom, plus high ceilings and a walk-in closet. With washer/dryer in-unit and space large enough for separate bedroom and living room set-ups, you’ll never want to leave! But if you do, it’s just a short walk to Restaurant Row and everything else the neighborhood has to offer.