Let’s cut to the chase. You’ll be super lucky to nab this wildly popular studio in Hell’s Kitchen. More than 100 StreetEasy shoppers have saved it as a favorite. So stop reading about the apartment’s exposed brick, loft bed for sleep or storage, and prime location right off 9th Ave. Just call listing agents Zachary Emery and Arlene Sommer from Citi Habitats.
If you’re eager to live alone in a historically chillaxed section of the Upper East Side, here’s a neat Yorkville walkup studio. Note the tiled bathroom and separate kitchen. Renters have to meet co-op board approval, but if you do, this will put within steps of Carl Schurz Park to the east and the Q train .41 miles to the west. Becki Danchik at Warburg is the leasing agent.
Washington Heights has become a mecca for real estate “bargain hunters” who choose this hopping Upper Manhattan enclave where rentals like this one are comparable in cost to a closet-size place in Chelsea. This large renovated unit is one of three available at this price in this building, which is ridiculously close to the 1 and C trains. Ezi Spinner at Brick & Galo is the listing agent.
Here’s a textbook example of how to turn your Hell’s Kitchen studio into an invitingly efficient sanctuary, and proof that small apartments can deliver a powerful punch of feng shui and charm. Pets permitted with landlord approval. Available March 1. Listing by Joshua Kiess of Kiess Realty.
Ooh la la, Yorkville! This fine studio is in high demand from StreetEasy shoppers who no doubt love the decor, exposed brick and loft area that can be used for storage or sleeping. Laundry in the building, and it’s close to the Q train. Deborah Sokoloski and the Wald Team at Halstead are the leasing agents.
Yes, we’re a bit above the $1,800 price point, but it’s hard to beat a gut-renovated studio in the enchanting and always happening Brooklyn Heights. This apartment has all that: New hardwoods, new kitchen and remodeled bathroom. Heat and hot water are included, plus there’s a laundry in the building. Grant Braswell from Compass is the listing agent.
Not only is this 2-bedroom apartment within a block of the lake in Prospect Park, but it’s been completely renovated with new hardwoods, kitchen and bathroom. Interested? Call Joseph Golowinski at Brick & Galo Realty.
At 700 square feet, this 1-bedroom plus an eat-in kitchen lives large. Love the fireplace and other original prewar details of this brownstone garden-floor unit. Access to the private yard is another bonus, so are central air, heat and hot water and internet, which are included in rental price. Technically located in Bed-Stuy, but on the Crown Heights line, so great access to Brooklyn hot spots. Contact the owner via the StreetEasy listing page.
We jumped a bit over the $1,800 threshold to include this studio at the new Rheingold mega development on the site of the former beer brewery. The added cost is worthy of consideration, since there’s 70K square feet of outdoor space and 41 unique amenities. In other words, far more than just an apartment. Fiddler is the leasing agency.
The Bronx is booming, especially in Fordham. This gorgeously renovated 2-bedroom comes with an in-unit washer and dryer and stainless kitchen appliances, including a dishwasher. Close to the B, D and 4 trains, not to mention the Botanical Gardens, Jerome Park Reservoir and, if you’re ever super hungry, the Italian food fest of Arthur Ave. is an easy 1.2-mile walk. Nechama Silberstrom at Bruma Realty is the leasing agent.
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