Looking to make a fast move? Exciting news: There are great rental options out there at every budget level for New Yorkers eager to find a new home by November 1. The most popular picks are all $3K or under, located in desirable buildings in the city’s best neighborhoods. NYC apartments for a November move-in: Have fun looking!
Look at the sun shining into this Park Slope 1-bedroom! One of only three units in a lovely brownstone, the apartment sports a generous layout and has undergone a makeover that accentuates its prewar trimmings. There are newly finished hardwoods and new kitchen appliances, plus an abundance of light from three huge windows. And it’s just two blocks to Prospect Park. Rebekah Carver at Douglas Elliman is the listing agent.
Here’s a popular 1-bedroom in the heart of Greenpoint. More than 260 StreetEasy shoppers have rightfully identified it as a great space. The 800-square-foot railroad configuration offers a big, windowed kitchen, a living room, a separate dining area or home office, and a cozy bedroom with two windows and a decorative fireplace. Michael Breen at Compass is the listing agent.
With vaulted ceilings and wonderful architectural details, this Brooklyn Heights 1-bedroom is a unique home in a Queen Anne-style villa with plenty of history. Fresh hardwoods, a new kitchen with stone counters and a dishwasher, and a large bedroom all add up to dazzle and charm. The building is absolutely stunning, with an elevator and laundry. Listed by Matthew M. Canale at Douglas Elliman.
A recent price improvement makes this 2-bedroom a great opportunity, especially for roomies looking to share the freight. Located in Downtown Brooklyn close to many parks, colleges, and subways, this one features a big living room under recessed lights, refinished oak floors, and a brand-new kitchen with a dishwasher. Closets in the foyer and the bedrooms help keep down the clutter. Listed by Chris Shiamili at Corcoran.
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Live luxuriously in this bright 1-bedroom in South Harlem. With two balconies, in-unit laundry, and a gorgeous new kitchen with dishwasher, it mimics a condo but is located in a boutique rental building in a great location near Morningside Park. Like many other Manhattan listings, it has recently seen a price reduction. Listed by Mark Eichner, Mark Blackwell, and Paddington Matz at Compass.
This 2-bedroom on the Lower East Side has lots of light, an in-unit washer/dryer, and plenty of stylish exposed brick. It’s one flight up in a pet-friendly building. The queen-sized bedrooms are split for excellent privacy, so grab a roomie and check out this listing from Lita Bondlow at R New York. It’s worth noting that the current rental price is significantly below its previous rent of $3,300.
Claim your easy access to Central Park with this conveniently located 1-bedroom. It’s just steps to one of the world’s greatest public spaces and offers a lofted bedroom that really helps expand the interior space. Parquet floors and a fabulous decorative fireplace deliver that coveted prewar vibe. The landlord is offering net-effective rent of just $1,754 with one month free on a 13-month lease, so contact Chae Kim at GPS Realty for all the details.
Here’s a chance to live in style at the Gramercy Starck, where this sumptuous, high-floor 1-bedroom resides alongside 206 other luxurious units. The sleek, modern kitchen features high-end appliances, including a Sub-Zero refrigerator with double freezer drawers, a Miele oven/cook top, and a Fisher & Paykel dishwasher. The bathroom is pretty sweet, too, as are all the building’s many amenities. Listed by Brian Morgan at Corcoran.
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Ready for a dose of Sunnyside splendor? Here’s a lovely unit in bucolic Sunnyside Garden Apartments that offers plenty of room to spread out, thanks to an eat-in kitchen with dishwasher and a generous bedroom with a double closet. The complex offers laundry facilities, parking and, of course, gardens! Heat and hot water are included. Kevin Beak at Living NY is the listing agent.
Our final NYC apartment for a November move-in is nearly irresistible. This 1-bedroom at Crescent Iron House offers all the bells and whistles you could ask for: central air, a high-end kitchen with dishwasher, wide-plank floors, a roof deck, parking, bike storage, and more. This is the only unit currently available at this enticing new development, and an offer of two months free on an 18-month lease brings the net-effective rent down to $2,400. Listed by Alex Giannikas at Modern Spaces.
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Whether you’re looking to rent or to buy, find your next NYC apartment on StreetEasy.