Brooklyn Listings Under $2,500 in March 2023

Posted on March 01, 2023 3:39 pm

Rental prices still remain high across the five boroughs this month, Brooklyn included. The borough features many neighborhoods with unique communities, local establishments, and apartment styles, and renters flock to Brooklyn to evade Manhattan’s pricing and to seize generously-sized units.

This month, the average rental price for a one-bedroom in New York City increased to $3,995, indicating the end of the slower winter rental season. As activity will begin to pick up throughout the Spring and ramp up through the Summer, renters still have opportunities to score lower-priced apartments. This month, renters can find units with exciting features like private outdoor space, stainless steel dishwashers, and in-unit laundry.

1. 971 Lafayette Avenue

Living romo with large glass doors
Neighborhood: Bedford-Stuyvesant
Price: $2,495
Size: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Percentage Below: 7.32%
Bright and beautiful, this one-bedroom in Bed-Stuy features oversized windows that welcome plenty of natural light. Renters will enter the unit and turn left to find the kitchen with stainless steel appliances and space for a temporary island or dining table. As they progress into the living room, they’ll find hardwood floors and doors that lead onto their own private balcony. Their bedroom will fit enough space for a queen-sized bed, and renters will also appreciate the modern bathroom. Throughout the building, they’ll utilize amenities like a roof deck, laundry room, and bike storage. The building rests within a six-minute walk of the J train.

2. 261 14th Street #E5

kitchen with dark cabinets
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Price: $2,500
Size: 1 Bed, 2 Bath
Percentage Below: 21.88%
This corner-unit one-bedroom apartment provides views of the Statue of Liberty. The eat-in kitchen provides a stainless steel dishwasher and enough space for a small dining table. Renters can fit a queen-sized bed in the bedroom and plenty of closet space. Hardwood floors run throughout the apartment that resides on the fifth floor of a walk-up building. This pet-friendly unit resides within a six-minute walk of the D, N, R, and W subway lines.

3. 1464 Bushwick Avenue #4e

In-unit laundry and living room
Neighborhood: Bushwick
Price: $2,325
Size: 2 Bed, 1 Bath
Percentage Below: 25.58%
Roommates, small families, or those seeking a home office will appreciate this amenity-packed two-bedroom. This apartment features an in-unit washer and dryer, along with a living room that leads onto a private balcony. One bedroom features floor-to-ceiling windows across the entire wall, welcoming copious amounts of sunlight. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances, and the entire unit receives central A/C. This pet-friendly building also offers common outdoor space and rests a three-minute walk from the L train.

4. 127 East 54th Street #2R

Kitchen with counter space
Neighborhood: East Flatbush
Price: $2,400
Size: 2 Bed, 1 Bath
Percentage Below: 10.95%
This gut-renovated two-bedroom in East Flatbush includes a kitchen with plenty of cabinet and counter space, making it ideal for those who enjoy cooking. The spacious primary bedroom can fit a king-sized bed and also boats high ceilings. The apartment does not include living space but does have a dining area that residents can instead use as a living room. Renters will live a fifteen-minute walk to the 2, 3, 4, and 5 subway lines and in proximity to supermarkets, the post office, and other large stores.

5. 915 East 15th Street

stainless steel appliances in kitchen
Neighborhood: Midwood
Price: $2,500
Size: 2 Bed, 1 Bath
Percentage Below: 10.71%
This two-bedroom apartment resides on the top floor of a family home that measures three stories tall. The spacious unit includes a kitchen space with stainless steel appliances, including a large double-door refrigerator. Each south-facing bedroom includes deep closets, and hardwood floors run throughout the unit. Renters will not pay for heat or hot water and will live within a three-minute walk of the Q train.




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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