Just when you thought desirable apartments at a relatively affordable price had all but disappeared, up pops another bevy of worthwhile listings from all around NYC. Want exposed brick? A 3-bedroom? A nifty Park Slope duplex? These rentals at around $2,700 per month are enough to make you wonder if New York City is really such an impossible place to find a decent apartment.

Photo of 131 W 7th Stree, apartment 5A

Manhattan: 131 W. 75th St. #5A

SPACE: 1.5 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $2,695
HIGHLIGHTS: This place begs you to rent it: Exposed brick, sunny Southern exposure, separate kitchen, huge living room and convertible bedroom. All on the Upper West Side. Come on!

Photo of 150 East 34th Street, Residence #4

Manhattan: 150 E. 34th St. #4

SPACE: Studio
PRICE: $2,700
HIGHLIGHTS: Here’s a no-fee rental in the newly converted Marquis, a full-service building bordering Kips Bay and Murray Hill.

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Manhattan: 172 Fifth Ave. #5D

SPACE: Studio
PRICE: $2,600
HIGHLIGHTS: If NYC is the center of the universe, then this apartment is the bullseye. Who doesn’t want to live on Fifth Avenue in the Flatiron, with every conceivable thing out your door?

Photo of Park Slope duplex at 339 3rd avenue

Brooklyn: 339 3rd St. #1L

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1.5 bathrooms
PRICE: $2,800
HIGHLIGHTS:  This is a cool duplex with a king-sized bedroom, potential conversion to two bedrooms and a private outdoor patio near Whole Foods. Won’t last long!

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Brooklyn: 600 St. Marks Ave. #3F

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $2,700
HIGHLIGHTS: Warmth fills this apartment with wide-plank pine floors and exposed brick. Once you decide to leave, Little Zelda, Dutch Boy Burger, Starbucks and Barboncino are a short walk away.

Photo of 144 Woodruff Avenue #1H

Brooklyn: 144 Woodruff Ave. #1H

SPACE: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
PRICE: $2,800
HIGHLIGHTS: There’s room to spread out in this duplex with roof deck. The apartment features hardwood floors, central air, and stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher. Bonus: It’s no-fee.

photo of 1820 Putnam Avenue, #3R

Queens: 1820 Putnam Ave. #3R

SPACE: 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $2,710
HIGHLIGHTS: Here’s a large apartment in a building that is good with “all pets.” Exposed brick and a separate kitchen.

Photo of 43-10 Crescent St #1009

Queens: 43-10 Crescent St. #1009

SPACE: Studio
PRICE: $2,650
NEIGHBORHOOD: Hunter’s Point
HIGHLIGHTS: Long Island City is booming with residential development. This studio unit will get you access to a slew of unique amenities within the 42-story Linc LIC. Squash anyone?

Bronx: 1068 Walton Ave. #3A

SPACE: 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $2,650
HIGHLIGHTS: OK, we’re suckers for old-school New York, especially along Grand Concourse in the Bronx. No, it’s not Brooklyn, but this lovely 3-bedroom apartment will make you appreciate life in this bustling borough.

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