Being flexible is a good call these days. That includes renting in red-hot downtown Manhattan, where inventory is not as flush as it was a year ago. But never fear! Here are 5 great downtown rentals under $3K, all in great neighborhoods, to kickstart your search. Let’s go!
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Double your pleasure! Our first downtown rental under $3K straddles two happening neighborhoods. It’s set right where the Lower East Side meets the East Village. This renovated 1-bedroom is one flight up, with stainless steel kitchen appliances that include a dishwasher. It also sports hardwood floors and lots of storage space. Elana Delafraz and Jonny Borochov at Real New York have the listing.
Here’s an eye-catching new offering in Gramercy Park. This downtown rental under $3K is a massive 1-bedroom with an equally massive homey vibe. Details include herringbone hardwoods, arched doorways, crown moldings, and a decorative fireplace. In addition, there are built-ins galore. Contact Irma McHedlishvili at Kahen Properties on the listing.
Want to live in the center of the universe? That’s what Greenwich Village can feel like on any given day or night — but there’s a premium to be paid. This downtown rental under $3K is small but shiny, and it puts you right upstairs from all the action. There’s a cute new kitchen, exposed brick, and two windows overlooking teeming Thompson Street. Kyle MacIntyre at Compass is the leasing agent.
Our next stop is tiny Nolita, one of lower Manhattan’s little jewels bordering almost all the best downtown neighborhoods. At $2,400, this 1-bedroom is a rare find. Hardwoods run throughout, while the kitchen offers an industrial stainless steel vibe. The bedroom boasts two tall windows and a double closet. Ali Hart at Corcoran is the leasing agent.
We end our tour of downtown rentals under $3K all the way downtown. This 1-bedroom is big, bold, and a boss way to live in FiDi. Hang out in the the open kitchen, with breakfast bar and dishwasher. Or check out the bustling streets from that bank of oversized windows. Other features include hardwoods, recessed lighting, and easy access to multiple subway lines. Randall Smith at R New York is the leasing agent.