Inventory is still up for New York City rentals, and prices are still super-attractive. It’s a great time to make a move! If you’re ready for something new, here are 7 fantastic rentals in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens that are available ASAP. NYC apartments for a July move-in: Which would you pick?
Our tour of NYC apartments for a July move-in kicks off in prime Park Slope. This 1-bedroom is just a block from Grand Army Plaza and Prospect Park. The pristine interior sports new hardwoods, new appliances (including a dishwasher), and a new bathroom. Perks in this prewar building include a bike room, laundry, and an elevator. The net-effective rate is $2,521 based on one month free. Deeb Sankary at Living New York is the listing agent.
Check out this bright 2-bedroom with flex space. Share it with a roomie, and there’s still space leftover for a home office or den. Located on the border of Prospect Heights, it’s near plenty of shopping, subways, and restaurants. (Not to mention Prospect Park.) The kitchen is new, with a dishwasher and granite counters. The bathroom boasts a skylight. Plus there’s also in-unit laundry! Malcolm Adams at Compass is the listing agent.
Next we head to the southeast side of Prospect Park. With 3 bedrooms, this NYC apartment for a July move-in is super shareable. It’s also bold and new. The open kitchen with breakfast bar and dishwasher is a great hub for hanging out. Other features include central air, a balcony, and excellent closet space. In addition, the building offers laundry and a roof deck. Keith Dunn and Team Onyx South at EXR are the leasing agents.
If it’s Nolita, you know it’s a hot listing. And this gut-renovated 1-bedroom gives renters lots of reasons to get excited. High ceilings, exposed brick, oversized windows, and a smart little kitchen make it sing. There’s a dishwasher and wide-plank hardwood floors, too. And did we mention it’s in Nolita? This NYC apartment for a July move-in is listed by Meir Benzaquen at The Search D&M.
Our next NYC apartment for a July move-in is in historic Tudor City. This 1-bedroom boasts beautiful casement windows that directly overlook the East River. If that’s not enough for you, it also sports custom built-ins and three closets for excellent storage. The original hardwoods are still in place, too. And the building, in a park-like setting, boasts a doorman, elevator, gym, and laundry. Listed by Karen Dowden of Tudor Realty Services.
This huge, luxe 2-bedroom/2-bathroom offers condo-like living in the heart of Harlem. The unit is rent-stabilized, and tenants must meet certain income restrictions. The lucky renter who qualifies will score king-sized bedrooms and loads of closets. In addition, there’s a big, open kitchen with dishwasher, central air, and more. The building is full of amenities, too, including a shared courtyard. Michelle Bassaly at MAPT Residential is the leasing agent.
Our final NYC apartment for a July move-in is in beloved Astoria. This gleaming 1-bedroom is set at Astoria at Hallet’s Cove. The cool rental development is close to Socrates Sculpture Park and the ferry. And this unit is loaded with goodies: open floor plan, dishwasher, in-unit laundry. Plus, there’s a balcony facing the Manhattan skyline! The net-effective rate makes it a steal at just $2,271. Jennifer Rouse at Corcoran is the listing agent.