The $4K price point in Williamsburg yields a variety of apartment types and sizes, so there’s no doubt renters can find something to suits their needs and taste. Still, this 1,000-square-foot loft is a standout for anyone seeking raw space, high ceilings, and a super industrial vibe. It’s a 1-bedroom, but its price is in keeping with the median for a 3-bedroom in the highly desirable location one block off the waterfront. It has freight elevator access and a roof deck. Leasing agent is Rance Nix at Brick & Mortar.
Come for the white-washed interior space of this 720-square-foot 1-bedroom. Stay for the crazy unique setting of this listing from Jason Blue at Douglas Elliman. Located in the stand-alone, 8-story boutique Empire View condo building right next to Holy Apostles Church in the heart of West Chelsea, it’s awash in open space that allows for fresh air and amazing natural light. Available Sept. 1 furnished or unfurnished. Extra perks: It has a private terrace, washer and dryer, and dishwasher.
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Here’s a winning listing from Michael Bello at Real New York: It is a fully renovated 2-bedroom in a 10-unit building where the East Village meets the Lower East Side. New white oak floors, exposed brick, and both bedrooms have closets and can accommodate a queen-size bed. So grab a roomie and make this your perch in one of the city’s hottest neighborhoods. Just don’t fight over who gets the room with the sweet balcony. Available Sept. 1 with no broker’s fee!
Curiosity alone ought to bring interest to this West Village 2-bedroom. It’s located in a mixed-use building on cobblestoned Bank Street where there are just two other residential units. The skylight and wood-burning fireplace add to the ambiance, and there’s access to a shared garden. A very Village-esque listing from Anastasia Samodina at Mogul Real Estate. The apartment includes a dishwasher and washer and dryer.
Once again, it’s Turtle Bay for the win. Value and beauty are twinned in this 2-bed/2-bath listing from Michael Lessner and Maggie Kent at CORE. What’s not to like? There’s the prewar charm of hardwoods and molding, a plethora of windows, a big, renovated eat-in kitchen with long, stone breakfast bar and a renovated bathroom with a quintessential subway tile. This is indeed a Tudor City gem for any renter who can pass the co-op board’s approval process. It comes furnished or unfurnished!
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