Affordable Rental Listings under $4,300 in Brooklyn this July

Originally posted on July 01, 2022 9:00 am
Updated on June 30, 2022 5:12 pm

New York City can certainly be a pricey place to live. Many of the lucrative rental concessions that were given to renters in the previous year due to COVID-19 have expired and we’re seeing an increase in demand from renters who are looking to move to the city for internship opportunities, school, and work. As such, we have seen an increase in rental prices across the borough of Brooklyn.

Thankfully, Brooklyn, as always, has affordable options remaining for renters who want to be close by to Manhattan but still far enough from the hustle and bustle of the city. Countless restaurants and gorgeous parks (McCarren Park and Prospect Park to name a few) certainly bolster this borough’s appeal. If you want quick access to the many perks NYC has to offer without breaking the bank, peruse the list below for some of the best Brooklyn rental listings in our inventory list right now.

1. 37 Driggs Avenue Unit 2L

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Neighborhood: Greenpoint
Price: $4,295
Size: 2 Beds, 2 Baths
Percentage Below Median: 3.49%
We’re starting our recommendation list this month with a full 2 bedroom 2 bathroom unit in Greenpoint – an up-and-coming neighborhood in Brooklyn. The unit is located in the Sutton Lofts building and comes with lots of great features such as led lighting, a deep soak tub with rainfall showers, and a washer/dryer in each unit. The agent is currently showing the apartment via open tours so sign up today via our site.

2. 104 Washington Avenue Unit 4C

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Neighborhood: Clinton Hill
Price: $2,500
Size: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Percentage Below Median: 5.66%
Located near by Pratt and the Fort Greene Park is this newly renovated 1 bedroom apartment. The unit comes with stainless steel appliances such as a dishwasher and microwave. Better yet, heat and hot water are included with your rent. Enjoy the public rooftop on your days off. You won’t regret inquiring on this listing.

3. 106 Washington Avenue Unit 4A

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Neighborhood: Clinton Hill
Price: $2,700
Size: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Percentage Above Median: 1.89%
Just one building over from the previous unit, is this 1 bedroom apartment at 106 Washington Avenue. The apartment has large windows, great for folks who enjoy plenty of natural light. The unit is also newly renovated and has big living rooms and tenants will have access to laundry within the building.

4. 227 Winthrop Street Unit 3

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Neighborhood: Flatbush
Price: $3,495
Size: 3 Beds, 2 Baths
Percentage Above Median: 5.11%
Check out this 3 bedroom apartment in Flatbush that’s located right by the B, Q, S, 2, and 5 trains and Prospect Park. The unit features lots of natural lighting, hardwood floors, A/C units, a private balcony, and a beautiful bathroom (just take a glimpse at the bathroom and you’ll fall in love with it like we did). Roommates and guarantors are welcomed by the landlord so don’t miss out!

5. 420 Kent Avenue Unit 343

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Neighborhood: Williamsburg
Price: $3,500
Size: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Percentage Below Median: 2.10%
Finally, you’ll want to check out this furnished junior 1 bedroom apartment that’s up for a lease reassignment. The building offers one of the largest lifestyle-driven amenity programs in New York. This includes a 24/7 front desk and lifestyle concierge, free shuttle buses to the subway, gym and spa access, and many different lounge areas within the building. Schedule your showing today by submitting an inquiry.


Released on a monthly basis, the RentHop Best Deal series aims to provide renters with useful market insights and a chance to identify rental gems currently available on the market. These listings are hand-selected by the team at RentHop based on a few factors, including layout, apartment size, features, and more importantly, price.

Note that, given the fast-paced nature of the rental market in New York, certain listings may receive applications and be taken off within days on market. If you are interested in scheduling a showing or have further questions, please make sure to submit an inquiry via the inquiry submission form located on the listing page.

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