Talk about options! New York City renters looking to make a move into the $2700 range might be overwhelmed by their good fortune. With lower prices plus landlord incentives, its an embarrassment of riches when it comes to great 1- and 2-bedrooms in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Here are 5 of the best NYC apartments for $2700 available right now. Have fun!
We kick off our tour of NYC apartments for $2700 with a cutie tucked into a great corner of SoHo. Enjoy the neighborhood’s legendary restaurants, bars, and stores from this sweet home base. Exposed brick, excellent natural light, and a renovated kitchen and bathroom make it a perfect downtown perch. Larry Saltzman at Brown Harris Stevens is the listing agent.
Greenwich Village fans understand the value of this spacious NYC apartment for $2700. Almost 100 StreetEasy shoppers call the prewar charmer a favorite. Share the lovely garden with other residents at this coveted co-op close to the West Village and Meatpacking District. French doors, hardwoods, decorative moldings, and plenty of built-in storage seal the deal. Charles Summers at Compass is the listing agent.
Before the pandemic drove down Manhattan rental rates, this 2-bedroom in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen fetched $3,300 per month. Now, with a net-effective rate of just $2,475, it’s an amazing deal. The remodeled galley kitchen boasts a window, dishwasher, and plenty of counter and cabinet space. The smaller second bedroom would make a perfect home office. And to make things even more amazing, it’s got a brand new washer/dryer! Melissa Murphy at Brown Harris Stevens is the listing agent.
What’s the reward for walking up the stairs to this fifth-floor 1-bedroom? Another flight of stairs that leads to your own private roof deck! This NYC apartment for $2700 is filled with streaming sunlight and boasts hardwoods and a dishwasher. It’s set in the pet-friendly Rivera Court Condominium, which offers a doorman, a bike room, and central laundry. And it’s just a few blocks from Prospect Park. Andrea Wells and Elizabeth Kee at CORE are the listing agents.
Our final NYC apartment for $2700 is slightly below budget, in a lovely Brooklyn Heights townhouse. The ground-floor unit delivers a charming rear yard for the private outdoor space New Yorkers crave these days. There’s a queen-size bedroom, plus plenty more space to spread out in. That is, when you’re not wandering along the Promenade or through nearby Downtown Brooklyn. Dorothea Geraci at Frank Valvo Real Estate is the listing agent.