What NYC Real Estate Can You Rent For $2200?
With a budget of $2,200, the search continues for some of the city's best rental offerings. NY1's Shazia Khan filed the following report.
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614 West 138th Street
Hamilton Heights, Manhattan
This recently renovated three bedroom, two bath duplex apartment offers potential renters a unique blend of convenience and amenities.
"You're right by the 1 Train on 137th Street which is a a block away, the entrance to River Bank Park is actually on this block. You're steps to Fairway, there are tons of restaurants and the Harlem waterfront which is just beautiful in the summer time," said Mable Ivory of Luxor Homes & Investments Realty.
The 1,800 square foot unit features a dishwasher, washer/dryer and a private backyard. Asking rent is $2,200 with heat/hot water included. There is no brokers fee and the apartment is available for a one-year renewable lease.
479 9th Street
Park Slope, Brooklyn
Just steps away from Prospect Park is a one plus bedroom on the top floor of a three-family brownstone in Park Slope
"It's a recently renovated apartment. It also has a lot of original detail that has been restored -- it has a decorative fireplace, an exposed brick wall, tin ceilings, skylight, many closets, renovated bathrooms. It's also a bright, sunny, cheerful apartment. It has two exposures going north and south," said Linda VanderWoude of Halstead Property.
The apartment is close to shops, restaurants and grocery stores and the F line is is less than a block away. Asking rent is $2,100 which includes heat/hot water. There is a brokers fee but the owner is offering a half month of free rent. The apartment is ready for occupancy and is available for a one or two-year lease.
31-66 37th Street
Over in Queens, we found new construction in Astoria.
"We have a two bedroom on the fourth floor of an elevator building located in Astoria, Queens -- three street blocks from either the B, G and R or five street blocks from the N, W subway lines," said Nick Arsenis of Metropolis Realty.
There is a full balcony off the living area and a Juliet balcony off one of the bedrooms. Appliances include a dishwasher and washer/dryer in the unit. Asking rent is $2,150 with a parking spot and $2,000 without one. Rent includes heat/hot water. It's available March 1st for a one or two-year lease.