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What can $3,000 in New York City get you right now?

Originally posted on September 11, 2018 3:59 pm
Updated on October 02, 2018 2:06 pm

Finding an apartment is tough. Finding an apartment you can actually afford is even harder. That is why we, here at RentHop wants to give a little insight on what’s on the market right now, in different price ranges.

New York City is one of the best cities in the world. For many reasons. The unlimited number of things you can do, the plentiful options when it comes to restaurants, nightlife, and being the city that never sleeps are some of the things that makes this city draw so many people, in the form of tourists and new residents. Where you should live is up to you. If you have a $3,000 budget, you might want to take a look at these places.

1. 2BR/1BA at 410 Lexington Ave


Neighborhoods: Bedford-Stuyvesant, Northern Brooklyn, Brooklyn
Price: $2,380
Size: 2 Bedroom
Pet-Friendly: Yes

If Brooklyn is more your scene, behold this 2 bedroom apartment in Bed-Stuy. The apartment comes with a big bedroom with spacious closet space, a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a dishwasher, and a virtual doorman. You won’t be lacking when it comes to luxury as the apartment is located in a building that has pretty much everything, such as a gym, garage parking, a furnished roof deck, lounge area, and more.


2. 1BR/1BA at 1068 Fulton St


Neighborhoods: Bedford-Stuyvesant, Northern Brooklyn, Brooklyn
Price: $2,612
Size: 1 Bedroom
Pet-Friendly: No

Another great Brooklyn deal is this 1 bedroom apartment in Bed-Stuy. For $2,612 a month you can get this spacious 1 bedroom apartment in a brand new luxury building. It pretty much comes with all the amenities you could think of, from a gym to furnished rooftop, while being a no fee apartment! It is definitely a catch. Make sure to check it out!


3. 1BR/1BA at 311 baltic street


Neighborhoods: Boerum Hill, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
Price: $2,515
Size: 1 Bedroom
Pet-Friendly: Yes

Another great no fee deal in Brooklyn is this 1 bedroom apartment in Cobble Hill! Cobble Hill is known for being a great area with hip restaurants and bars with a laidback feel and a mixture of young and old residents. While this place might be a little smaller than the others before, the location and its layout make up for it!


4. Studio/1BA at 23 West 75th Street


Neighborhoods: Upper West Side, Upper Manhattan, Manhattan
Price: $2,440
Size: Studio
Pet-Friendly: Yes, case by case.

If you’re dead set on living in Manhattan, close to Midtown Manhattan, this could be the place for you! As you probably know, anywhere in Manhattan, especially closer to Midtown Manhattan, will be more expensive. That’s why this could be a great deal for you. For $2,440 you can get this studio apartment that comes with a renovated open kitchen, high ceilings, a fireplace, and a loft area.


5. Studio/1BA at 300 East 62nd Street


Neighborhoods: Upper East Side, Upper Manhattan, Manhattan
Price: $2,750
Size: Studio
Pet-Friendly: Yes

There are plenty of studio apartments out there that you should check out. This is one of them. This clean, modern studio apartment is the perfect apartment if you are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of Midtown Manhattan but still be close enough to visit whenever you want. The space is newly renovated and also comes with a private terrace with great views. The place is also pet-friendly and it has a full-service doorman.


6. Studio/1BA at West Street


Neighborhoods: Battery Park City, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
Price: $2,650
Size: Studio
Pet-Friendly: Yes

If Upper Manhattan isn’t for you, what about Downtown Manhattan? Let’s say, Battery Park? If so, this studio could perhaps be a great match for you. For $2,650 a month you can get this newly renovated studio with high ceilings, oak hardwood flooring, oversized doors, and windows. The studio apartment is also a no fee apartment and it is located in a full-service building.
Looking for a new place to call home in New York City? Check our blog for more posts like this, aimed to give you an idea of what’s out there, and in what price range.

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