Apartment hunters in search of a place pronto are in luck. These popular listings in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens are all available for rent on or before September 1, making it quick and easy to plan your next move. NYC apartments for a September move-in: There’s something for everyone!
Our first NYC apartment for a September move-in is a red-alert rental! This studio offers a lot for the money, starting with a stellar Flatiron location near Madison Square Park. Inside there are two big closets and a newly renovated kitchen with all the bells and whistles, including a dishwasher and a spacious breakfast bar. Listed by Tiffany Ong, Coco Dorneanu, and Eric Bottomley at Argo Residential.
Gramercy is a tough neighborhood to crack for affordable 1-bedroom rentals, but this cool two-level apartment is a good deal. Enter the main living space through a foyer entry to find hardwood floors, high ceilings, and a kitchen with dishwasher. The private bedroom is up a short flight of stairs, with plenty of closet space. Ben Willig and Oswald Perez at Anchor Associates are the leasing agents.
Here’s a super spot at the north end of Hell’s Kitchen, right near Columbus Circle. The bright 1-bedroom has an exposed brick wall with fireplace and elaborate ceiling moldings. The high ceilings allow for a lofted space in the bedroom that could be used for sleeping, storage, or even a home office. Listed by Renata Tomaszek at Douglas Elliman.
Despite being a walkup, this Yorkville 1BR has a lot to love. Great natural light highlights hardwood floors and decorative moldings, plus the bedroom is spacious and the kitchen is positively enormous. It’s super-close to the Q train, and also an easy walk to the 4/5/6 at 86th Street. Pets are welcome; rent is net effective based on first and last months free. Listed by Brian Stern at Bond New York.
Grab a roomie and run for this rent-stabilized two-bedroom in Williamsburg. It offers two sizable bedrooms, a big, windowed eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and even an in-unit washer/dryer! The J, M, L, and G trains are all a short walk away, and the building has a live-in super. Listed by Nir Norich at Dugri Real Estate.
With a huge private backyard, social distancing at your own garden party has never been easier. In addition to the lure of that coveted outdoor space, this Fort Greene 1-bedroom features hardwoods, a dishwasher, and lots of closet space. Plus it’s a quick walk to multiple subway lines and the Long Island Rail Road. Listed by Nicole Restani at Myspace.
Value and charm are in abundance at this South Slope 1BR close to Prospect Park. It’s one flight up in a 6-unit, pet-friendly townhouse that offers a free laundry room. Other great features include a working fireplace, lots of kitchen cabinets, and a walk-in closet in the queen-size bedroom. Leslie Frishberg Wolfowitz at Brown Harris Stevens is the listing agent.
This floor-through apartment in Williamsburg’s Graham Avenue shopping district offers all kinds of space. The bedroom’s got plenty of room for a king-size bed, there’s a huge eat-in kitchen, and the walk-in closet is so roomy it could serve as a home office. Heat and hot water is included, making this cost efficient, too. Listed by Stefani Rovera and Paula Manna at Bold New York.
What an enticing 1BR on the Astoria waterfront. It’s spacious at 639 square feet, on the top floor of a 73-unit elevator building with a doorman. There’s in-unit laundry, stainless steel appliances, and the building offers a roof deck and a gym. The ferry to Manhattan — and the Socrates Sculpture Park — are right at your doorstep. Listed by Theresa Ching at Douglas Elliman.
Our final NYC apartment for a September move-in just might be the best deal of them all. This sunny 1BR is a massive 948 square feet and set in the beautifully landscaped, park-like Washington Plaza complex. The unit has a gorgeous kitchen with custom cabinetry, Caesarstone counters, and high-end stainless appliances, including a dishwasher. Listed by Donald Oula at R New York.