Well, that wasn’t easy! There are so many great NYC apartments for $3100 right now, we had to make some tough choices to narrow it down. These 5 favorites represent a mix of old-world charm and newer developments in Brooklyn and Manhattan. There is definitely something for everyone out there at this price point! Happy hunting, renters.
We kick off our tour of NYC apartments for $3100 in prime Park Slope. This 2-bedroom is generously proportioned for sharing. Or, go solo and have your own office to work from home in comfort. Hardwoods, French doors, and an abundance of natural light deliver ambiance. The large windowed kitchen sports a dishwasher and room to eat in. Shops, restaurants, subways, and Prospect Park all right nearby. The listing agent is Avi Levi-Braha at Corcoran.
Bold and modern, this 1-bedroom is set in a relatively new development straddling Prospect Heights and Downtown Brooklyn. The interior feels loft-like, including a sparkling open kitchen with farmhouse sink and dishwasher. A balcony provides fresh air and tons of natural light. The building is flush with amenities: gym, bike room, roof deck, parking garage. In addition, 2 months free on a 14-month lease brings the net-effective rate to $2,657. Mike Moskovits at Nooklyn is the listing agent.
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What could be more old-school New York than the former library of a turn-of-the-century mansion? Draped in ornate, original woodwork and moldings, this rich space is now a massive 1-bedroom. Live like a robber baron with built-in bookcases, a bay window, a fabulous fireplace, and much more. A renovated kitchen opens things up. This NYC apartment for $3100 is now priced well under its previous rate of $3500 — and it’s rent-stabilized. The listing agent is Balass Ralph.
From old-school to new, this Harlem 2-bedroom/2-bathroom makes for an amazing share. A foyer entry leads to a large living room with a separate dining nook. The high-end pass-through kitchen boasts a dishwasher and tons of counter and cabinet space. Central air and plenty of natural light seal the deal. It’s set at the Strivers Gardens, a full-service condo near St. Nicholas Park with an atrium, gym, lounge and parking. Vie Wilson and Dianne Howard at Compass have the listing.
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Our final NYC apartment for $3100 comes in a shade under budget. But with more than 235 StreetEasy shoppers calling this a favorite, we had to sneak it in! It’s pretty easy to see why. This bi-level co-op on a prime Greenwich Village street is bright and inviting. There’s a balcony and an adorably remodeled kitchen with dishwasher. Up a short set of stairs sits the bedroom (actually a sleeping alcove) and bathroom. It’s a sweet home with all of downtown outside your front door. Sara Golan and Ashley Brooke at Nest Seekers are the listing agents.