Keeping rent below $2500 doesn’t have to mean a studio! There’s nothing but 1-bedrooms in StreetEasy’s most popular $2400 apartments this week. For renters, that means spacious digs in some of the city’s top neighborhoods, including the West Village, Boerum Hill, and Kips Bay. NYC apartments for $2400: Let’s roll!
StreetEasy shoppers know a beauty when they see one! This airy 1-bedroom has more than 220 people calling it a favorite. It’s easy to see why. Three tall windows deliver sunlight to the elegant living room, with two more in the bedroom. (And one in the bathroom, too.) But it’s the kitchen that really separates this NYC apartment for $2400 from the pack. It boasts plenty of cabinets and counter space, a dishwasher, and a utility closet that hides an in-unit washer/dryer. Akansha Lama and Laura Kaplan at Compass are the listing agents.
Our next stop is Clinton Hill, where this 1-bedroom co-op offers an efficient and homey interior. The prewar dimensions shine under high ceilings and lots of windows. Plus it’s loaded with built-ins, including a cute window seat. There are also well-preserved hardwoods, high-end kitchen appliances, and an inviting foyer entry with coat closet. A recent price improvement from broker Elizabeth Stile has helped attract more than 140 StreetEasy shoppers.
This NYC apartment for $2400 features a gut renovation that reinvigorates it to the max. Set in a brownstone alongside just two other refurbished units, the Bed-Stuy 1BR offers a bold and bright interior with condo-like finishes. Love those dramatic window frames! Exposed brick and a dishwasher seal the deal in the open kitchen. Zach Magid at Moment Realty is the listing agent.
If it’s the West Village, it’s a popular listing. That’s especially true when the price point doesn’t give you sticker shock. This 1-bedroom near the borders of Chelsea and the Meatpacking District proves the point. More than 200 StreetEasy shoppers are looking it over. It’s a lot of space, with hardwoods, a decorative fireplace, and an open kitchen. And the location is primo. Bianca Fields at Living New York is the leasing agent.
We end our tour in an East Side neighborhood that trends heavily towards good value. And that’s just what you’ll find in this nicely outfitted Kips Bay 1-bedroom. Completely renovated with new flooring, the apartment centers around a sleek eat-in kitchen with shiny new appliances. It opens to a living room warmed by exposed brick. The bathroom with walk-in shower is slick and newly tiled, too. Elan Gabai at Douglas Elliman is the listing agent.