What a gorgeous studio! Besides the super-sleek kitchen outfitted with Bosch appliances, this Crown Heights gem boasts a foyer entry, two huge closets, and a modern bathroom with a walk-in shower. The pet-friendly elevator building has a shared garden. Rent is net-effective based on one month free. Contact Akelius Real Estate Management for more information.
This Astoria 1BR is located in between Broadway and 31st Avenue — in other words, right in the heart of the neighborhood. Everything from the N and W trains to a deliciously diverse range of restaurants can be found within walking distance. There’s also a king-size bedroom, beautiful hardwood floors, prewar moldings, lots of windows, and an eat-in kitchen. Listed by Mario Lituma and Ivan Mijalkovic of Corcoran.
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The star of the show in this Flatbush 1BR is the walk-in closet, which has built-in shelving, a hanging rod, and even space for a dresser and chair. It’s just four blocks from Prospect Park and pets are allowed, so bring your furry friends along. And since we’re on the topic of holy grails: It’s also rent stabilized! Listed by Seth (Shalom) Miller of Lang Realty.
This East Village studio is small but mighty. It boasts super-sunny windows, a newly renovated kitchen, and a central location close to Union Square, Stuyvesant Square Park, and Tompkins Square Park. Not to mention all the great eateries and nightlife the neighborhood has to offer! Listed by Tim O’Reilly of Meraki Realty.
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Our final NYC apartment for $1800 is actually a wee bit over price, but look what you get for that extra $50! Two walls of exposed brick, crisp white crown moldings and window frames, hardwood floors, and even shiny stainless steel appliances. And it’s all in a fantastic downtown location. Check out the video walkthrough on the listing, and contact Eric Storch at Corcoran for more information.