6 Manhattan Apartments (Under $3,500 a Month) You Could Move into Right Now
A strange paradox about New Yorkers: We hate moving, but we love to obsess over apartment listings. We can’t explain it, but we can help you find your next place. Ahead, six StreetEasy listings that seem too good to be true.
Two-Bedroom in Hamilton Heights; $2,600
Let’s play a game of pre-war co-op bingo: original molding, hardwood floors, exposed brick, crystal doorknobs, recessed lighting… OK, game over—we’re heading uptown, stat.
One-Bedroom in the East Village; $2,495
Those green cabinets piqued our interest. And rooftop access, bike storage, a back-facing bedroom (read: ultra quiet) and proximity to an insane number of restaurants sealed the deal.
Two-bedroom in Harlem; $3,495
We’re not sure what a “Parisian-style apartment” is, but if it includes an in-unit washer-dryer, central air and gorgeous inlaid-wood floors, we’re on board.
One-Bedroom in the West Village; $3,300
Act fast: Adorable and not-outrageously-priced walk-ups in Manhattan’s most coveted neighborhood don’t come along often. (Particularly walk-ups that have Fios and a dishwasher.)
Three-bedroom in South Harlem; $3,495
Yep, you read that correctly—there’s plenty of room for three (whether that means your two besties or your partner and kid) in this elevator building just a five-minute walk from Central Park.