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Midtown Manhattan Apartments For $4,000 or Under Right Now

Originally posted on August 12, 2019 1:55 pm
Updated on August 12, 2019 3:43 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.

Everyone wants to live in Midtown Manhattan. It is the neighborhood where everything happens, there are tons of shopping, restaurants, and bars around and public transportation is so convenient from Midtown Manhattan. Then again, with a popular neighborhood like this, the neighborhood will also be noisier than others. However, if noise doesn’t bother you, you should check out the following 10 apartments for $4,000 or under, that are up for rent right now.

 

1. 776 9th Avenue #4N

 
1. 776 9th Avenue #4N
Price: $3,200
Size: 2 Bed, 1 Bath
Pet Friendly: Yes

The first addition on our list is this 2 bedroom apartment for $3,200. The apartment is located in Hell’s Kitchen, more exactly, and it is available for a 12-month lease. The place has a big living room, granite kitchen, there are hardwood floors throughout the apartment, and the apartment features exposed brick (who doesn’t love exposed brick?).

 

 

 

2. West 45th Street

 

2. West 45th Street
Price: $3,795
Size: 1 Bed / Flex 2, 1 Bath
Pet Friendly: Yes

Looking for a place with a view? Well, look no further because we got the place for you! This 1 bedroom, flex two bedroom is located in a doorman building with a full-service fitness center. The place also has a washer and dryer in unit, which for anyone who is familiar with New York City is a big plus! If the stunning views from the apartment itself aren’t enough, there is also a landscaped sun-terrace you can take advantage of.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. 505 West 37th Street #12G

3. 505 West 37th Street #12G
Price: $3,550
Size: 1 Bed / Flex 2, 1 Bath
Pet Friendly: Yes

This large 1 bedroom apartment is located in Hell’s Kitchen and for those looking for space, this apartment can be a flex 2 if you wanted more space but still stay under $4,000! The apartment comes with floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room, which gives you stunning views of the Hudson River and the George Washington Bridge.

 

 

4. W 56th St & 6th Ave

 

4. W 56th St & 6th Ave
Price: $2,950
Size: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Pet Friendly: Unsure

Looking for a charming 1 bedroom close to Central Park? If so, you should totally check this one out! And bonus? It’s way lower than the budget of $4,000 for this post. The apartment is actually going for $2,950! And for that you get this spacious and great 1 bedroom apartment that has tons of storage, hardwood floors throughout the apartment, and a dishwasher (every New Yorker’s dream..)! Also, it is a no fee apartment.. What a steal!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. East 52nd Street

 

5. East 52nd Street
Price: $3,800
Size: 2 Bed, 1 Bath
Pet Friendly: Unsure

Another great option for an apartment in Midtown Manhattan is this 2 bedroom apartment. The apartment is newly renovated and it is located in an elevator building. The place comes with stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors throughout the place, and exposed brick walls (yes, yes, and yes please). Being that the apartment is a 2 bedroom, this would be great for a couple or a small family or friends looking to share a place.

 

 

6. East 31st Street

6. East 31st Street
Price: $2,350
Size: Studio, 1 Bath
Pet Friendly: Yes

Not looking for a place with tons of space, but still looking in Midtown Manhattan? No worries, we got you. What about this studio apartment? Not only is it stylish and sundrenched, it also comes with stainless steel appliances, marble tiles in the bathroom, granite countertops, and hardwood floors throughout the unit. It is also one of the cheaper units on the list, currently listed on the market for $2,350!

 

 

7. West 43rd Street

7. West 43rd Street
Price: $3,880
Size: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Pet Friendly: Yes

This sun bright 1 bedroom apartment is also a great addition to the list. The place is modern, with sleek design throughout the place and has great views of the Hudson River and in general city views. The 1 bedroom apartment is located in a luxury building that pretty much has everything you could ever wanted, including a landscaped sun terrace and on-site wash & fold/dry cleaning (say what?)! Do yourself a favor and check it out.

 
 

8. Second ave

8. Second ave
Price: $2,950
Size: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Pet Friendly: Yes

Another stunning apartment up for rent is this great 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment in Kips Bay – Midtown Manhattan. The place was renovated beautifully, with hardwood flooring throughout the unit and recessed lighting, with sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline. The bedroom is big with a large bedroom closet, and you can fit a queen bedroom there. Located in an elevator building, there is also laundry in the building and the building is pet friendly. Score!

 

9. 343 West 21st Street #3D

9. 343 West 21st Street #3D
Price: $2,350
Size: Studio, 1 Bath
Pet Friendly: Yes

We added another studio apartment to the list, this one located in Chelsea – Midtown Manhattan. The place is well priced, listed at $2,350 (far below the budget of $4,000 for this post), which is a reasonable price for a studio in this location. The place has an open kitchen, and is located in a charming tree-lined side street. Another plus? The place is also pet friendly making this the perfect place for you and your furry friend!

 

 

10. West 47th Street

10. West 47th Street
Price: $3,395
Size: 2 Bed, 1 Bath
Pet Friendly: Yes

Our last addition to this list is this 2 bedroom apartment in Hell’s Kitchen for $3,395. The place was newly renovated, it has a cute fireplace, exposed brick, a dishwasher, and oak floors. One of the best things about this place is probably that it comes with a backyard (what?!), which is not something you come across often when you are looking for apartments in Manhattan. The apartment is also located in a charming pre-war building, for those specifically interested in pre-war buildings.

 

 

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