There’s a slew of interest in this Inwood studio, thanks to the renovated interior and the neatnik who currently occupies the space. This apartment is one of only six units in its building. There’s a broker fee, but it may be worth it. Pablo Garcia of PMG Real Estate is the leasing agent.
Pictures can be deceiving: This 1-bedroom apartment looks like it’s generously proportioned, but listing agent Isaac Naon cautions that it is very small, at 297 square feet. Still, the exposed brick and spiffy hardwoods have caused almost 400 StreetEasy shoppers to list it among their favorites.
Here’s 450 square feet of studio apartment in a solid brick rental building called the Georgetown on Ocean Parkway, not far from Prospect Park. Realty Operations Group is the leasing firm, and there’s no broker fee.
Here’s a generously sized, no-fee studio in a condo building in the charming, bustling Queens neighborhood of Forest Hills. Armand of First Vulcan is handling leasing for this sunny apartment with a full kitchen.
This studio rental is in the Roosevelt House co-op. There are many owner-occupied apartments in this building, which is close to the M and R trains and shopping. Val Binamin and Yael Goldman of Nu Place Realty are the leasing agents.
Look at that: an ocean-view studio that’s all yours — if you’re up for a Far Rockaway adventure. This newly renovated apartment also offers parking for $100 per month. Leasing agent Charles Newman of Reliance Realty is the one to call.
Listen up, Yankees fans. This gorgeous, no-fee studio is in a beautiful prewar complex called Noonan Towers, which consists of 167 rental units over two buildings. It’s also a stone’s throw from Yankee Stadium, if that’s more incentive! Goldfarb Properties has the details for showings and applications.
The pictures for this listing are from another unit in the building, but this 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment is undergoing a similar renovation, according to Yaakov Vogel of Bruma Realty. A new kitchen and in-unit washer and dryer make this a very popular listing.
Yes, it might be a schlep into Manhattan from Brooklyn’s Fort Hamilton neighborhood, but here’s a well-kept, roomy studio with building features such as an elevator and laundry — at a price that’s hard to find anywhere. Plus, the rent includes heat and hot water. And you can bring your cat, as long as it passes approval. Listing by Ralph Tiseo.
Not sure why this bright studio has not been rented already, because it appears to be in the right place (Prospect Lefferts Gardens) and is spit-shine clean after a recent renovation. There’s also a live-in super and laundry in the building. Listing by NYC Select Team and Kieran Duffy of Zumper Inc.
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