Even with the recent uptick in rental prices, there are still a slew of great, affordable places on the market to check out! This week, we take aim at NYC apartments for $2200. These five units are some of the most popular among StreetEasy shoppers. And they all have at least 1 bedroom, plus special features. Which would you pick?
Yorkville comes through again! Our first NYC apartment for $2200 is a renovated 1-bedroom near the East River and Carl Schurz Park. The bright kitchen shines, showing off new cabinets, subway tile, and stainless appliances (including a dishwasher). Better yet, one month free brings the net-effective rate down to $1994. Jason Zeller at Compass is the listing agent.
We head uptown for this spanking fresh 2-bedroom. A gut renovation delivers new maple hardwoods and a new kitchen with dishwasher. Bring a roommate and really save — or bring your pet and live large solo! The second bedroom makes a sweet home office or den. This NYC apartment for $2200 is offering 1.5 months free, dropping the net-effective rent to $1925. Elias Garcia and Gil Nezry at E and G Realty are the leasing agents.
We see you, Bushwick! More than 75 StreetEasy shoppers call this loaded 1-bedroom a favorite, and it’s easy to see why. A custom renovation retains the amazing exposed brick and beamed ceiling. And there are lots of extras too: new kitchen with dishwasher, in-unit washer/dryer, central air, home office. Plus outdoor patio space! Avishai M. Adiv at Brick Real Estate is the listing agent.
Savvy shoppers understand the lure of this Crown Heights 1-bedroom. It’s all in the location, just a block or two to Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. The homey interior offers an eat-in kitchen and a living room with plenty of space for an office. With heat and hot water included, this is a fab way to rent affordably in a pretty prime spot. Zalman S. Simpson at Simply Brooklyn Realty is the listing agent.
We finish our tour of NYC apartments for $2200 under budget and oversized. This 1,000-square-foot 2-bedroom is an oasis in Flushing, one of the city’s most bustling neighborhoods. Refinished hardwoods and all new kitchen appliances are a treat. There’s no dishwasher, but there’s so much amazing food out the front door: Who eats at home in Flushing? Easy access to the 7 train makes for a quick trip to Manhattan. Share it, and what a cost-effective way to go! Miguel Angel Silva at Contact Realty is the leasing agent.