NYC apartments for $3500 can be all things to all people. They run the gamut from luxe studios to sprawling multi-bedrooms, so you can go it alone or grab a roomie. Best of all, there’s no shortage of inventory. Here are five 1- and 2-bedroom units that StreetEasy shoppers are digging right now. Smart people out there!
We kick things off in Williamsburg. This NYC apartment for $3500 is in a spanking new development with luxury finishes and a modern vibe. A dishwasher and laundry deliver convenience within the unit. But the building amenities are the real standouts. There’s a furnished roof deck, a gym with Peloton bikes, on-site parking, and more. Caitlin Carson and Jessica Limbevska at Abode Residential are the listing agents.
We stick to Williamsburg for our next NYC apartment for $3500. (It actually comes in a little under budget!) This building is loaded with amenities and close to subways. The loft-like interior is bright and inviting. Both bedrooms can fit a king bed. Plus, a big balcony expands the living space to the great outdoors. The cool new kitchen is decked in wood trim and has a dishwasher. Dmitriy Andreyev at EXR is the leasing agent.
Be the first to live in this gut-renovated Boerum Hill 2-bedroom. This NYC apartment for $3500 gleams under 9-foot ceilings, with exposed brick for character. It boasts in-unit laundry and a huge open kitchen with breakfast bar and dishwasher. The bedrooms are split for privacy, and the larger one boasts double closets, too. Christophe Tedjasukmana and Michael Finnigan at Corcoran are the listing agents.
This NYC apartment for $3500 offers a great reason to love Murray Hill. Windows that directly overlook the river! The huge living room has more than enough space for dining, lounging, and working. In addition, there’s a high-end kitchen and a marble-clad bathroom. And the building, Manhattan Place, boasts impressive rooftop amenities including a swimming pool. Bobby Rehani at City Connections is the listing agent.
Nearly 300 StreetEasy shoppers have our final NYC apartment for $3500 atop their wish list. And it’s no wonder! This appealing 2-bedroom is proof that the East Village is still red hot. The building is close to everything, including Tompkins Square Park. Inside, an open kitchen with breakfast bar and dishwasher serves as the hub. Recessed lights, hardwoods, and plenty of closet space make this an easy pick. Lindsay Block at Living New York is the leasing agent.