It’s a virtual field day out there right now for New York renters. Inventory is plentiful for NYC apartments for $1800 or so. So plentiful, in fact, that it’s tough to pick only a handful of the best and brightest! Here are five great options: Have fun trying to decide.
Do our eyes deceive us? Our first NYC apartment for $1800 is a 2-bedroom in desirable Cobble Hill. And it’s an ocean of space at 900 square feet! The railroad-style flat is bright, with tin ceilings and hardwood floors. Sure, it’s a little close to the BQE, but that also puts it close to the Columbia Street Waterfront District. And for this price, you can use the second bedroom as a home office. Maggie Ross and Paul Milner at Compass are the listing agents.
From one beloved Brooklyn neighborhood to another! Nearly 250 StreetEasy shoppers call this Park Slope 1-bedroom a favorite. The location just two blocks from Prospect Park is awesome. And so is the super-homey interior. It features a decorative fireplace and a big, open kitchen with breakfast bar and dishwasher. There are plenty of windows, too. This apartment is for rent by its owner, who can be contacted on the listing.
It’s easy to see the appeal of this sweet 1-bedroom, with its warm hardwoods and wood trim. The windows are big, and the tiled kitchen is spacious enough to eat in. In addition, the West Side location is convenient to so much: Times Square, Bryant Park, the Theater District. And one month free on a 12-month lease brings the net-effective rent down to $1650. Jennifer Saavedra at Corcoran is the listing agent for this NYC apartment for $1800.
Next we head uptown for a lovely 1-bedroom at the historic Dunbar Apartments in Harlem. The landmarked complex is named for African-American writer Paul Laurence Dunbar. This NYC apartment for $1800 has been beautifully renovated, with new hardwood floors. And in the kitchen, you’ll find stainless appliances including a dishwasher. There’s plenty of cabinet space, too. Mike Jeneralczuk and Erick Mendoza at Real New York are the listing agents.
We end our tour in Yorkville, and well below our $1800 price point. This corner 1-bedroom has attracted the attention of more than 300 StreetEasy shoppers. It’s no wonder: A bay window and decorative fireplace deliver a big helping of prewar charm. And one month free means the net-effective rent is just $1557. Contact Nancy Sepe at Manhattan Best Realty for more information.