As the town reopens and residences start to flood the market once more, we’ve taken on the job of rigorously looking by way of numerous listings websites, newsletters, and Craigslist to search out one of the best offers on the market. A superb deal on a rental condominium, after all, can imply very various things for various individuals. In order we sorted by way of a whole lot of listings, we saved a watch out for locations which might be price their asking worth, whether or not that’s an under-$2,000 one-bedroom (that basically is a one-bedroom) or a $5,000 three-bedroom duplex with crown moldings, an enormous yard, and an in-unit washer-dryer.
This week, there are fairly a couple of nice residences asking for beneath $2,000 (corresponding to this Astoria unit with a slightly massive bed room, a Bed-Stuy prewar studio with a shocking quantity of kitchen cupboards, and an especially conveniently positioned Park Slope one-bedroom) — and so they’ll probably go quick; a couple of of our latest under-$2,000 finds had been gone earlier than we even completed compiling this week’s roundup. Over the previous week, one other handful of picks received reductions, and a pair have even gotten a number of cuts, like this Boerum Hill duplex (which went from $2,700, to $2,500, to now $2,475) and this Clinton Hill one-bedroom (initially $2,200, then $2,100, and now $2,075).
Our picks are organized by neighborhood so as of ascending worth. Didn’t see something from the neighborhood you’re excited about? We’ll attempt to embrace a variety of places as new items come up. To maintain this record contemporary, we’re eradicating listings that haven’t been rented after two weeks (and placing an asterisk subsequent to holdovers from the earlier week). Verify again each week for up to date picks.
$1,800: A bigger-than-usual bed room, plus well-lit kitchen and tub, only a five-minute stroll to Astoria Park’s 14 tennis courts.
$2,700*: Three-bedroom close to Astoria Park with a skylight and spacious kitchen (that has three home windows).
$2,800: Three bedrooms and a not-too-cramped eat-in kitchen proper on Ditmars Boulevard.
$1,825*: Renovated one-bedroom with two partitions of uncovered brick and central air.
$1,900: An uncommon quantity of character for an under-$2,000 studio (uncovered brick, hearth mantel, stained glass, window moldings), solely blocks from Herbert Von King Park.
$2,000: A very breezy floor-through unit with two spacious rooms on every finish capped by massive home windows, only a block-and-a-half stroll to the Kingston–Throop Avenues C prepare.
$2,150: Actually intricate woodworking round home windows, doorways, and fireside within the parlor-floor unit of a landmarked brownstone two blocks from the Nostrand A/C cease.
$2,395*: Prime-floor brownstone one-bedroom with skylights (together with one above a glass bathe), an unique hearth, washer-dryer, and room for an workplace.
$2,400*: Large brownstone backyard one-bedroom with wainscoting, built-in cabinets, and unique parquet flooring.
$2,450: Intestine-renovated backyard two-bedroom with all-new home equipment (washer-dryer and dishwasher included) main out to a neatly fenced yard with some pure shade: an important Japanese-maple tree.
$4,000: 2,400 sq. toes over three flooring (together with a very expansive open lounge and kitchen with an island and a big completed basement with laundry), plus a yard with fancier than typical landscaping (built-in desk and bench seating, firepit).
Boerum Hill/Carroll Gardens/Cobble Hill
$2,400*: Ground-through townhouse one-bedroom with uncovered brick and a hearth on Sackett Road between Courtroom and Smith Streets.
$2,500*: Carroll Gardens one-bedroom with an unique wood-burning hearth, French doorways, and a personal yard.
$2,475*: Duplex one-bedroom with a brick hearth, washer-dryer, and many cupboards within the kitchen.
$2,695: Ground-through one-bedroom-plus-office in a nook townhouse close to Courtroom Road with treetop views from most of the (virtually floor-to-ceiling) home windows.
$2,800: One-bedroom plus an workplace with an open lounge and kitchen, and 150-square-foot personal deck in a brick townhouse near Amity and Courtroom streets.
$2,700: 1,000-square-foot renovated two bed room with extraordinarily excessive ceilings all through, three skylights (together with one within the lavatory), and a balcony.
$3,200*: Spacious three-bedroom duplex with a bonus room, a number of uncovered brick, and central air.
$2,999*: Giant higher-floor alcove studio with excessive ceilings and massive home windows in a doorman constructing subsequent to the Excessive Line.
$3,000 (net effective: $2,500): 850-square-feet two-bedroom (with a black mantel, uncovered brick, and several other skylights) only a one-minute stroll away from the 14th Road A/C/E trains.
$3,745: Unusually spacious condominium (one of many two bedrooms is in a nook with 4 massive home windows) renovated with virtually solely recessed lights.
Clinton Hill/Fort Greene
$2,075*: One-bedroom with light-wood flooring and an arched window a couple of steps away from the Clinton–Washington Avenue C cease.
$2,350*: An unusually whole lot on a two-bedroom simply above Fulton Road (which means proper in central Clinton Hill) with French doorways, a skylight, and a personal deck.
$2,350: 900-square-feet one-bedroom, plus an especially well-tended to (albeit, shared) backyard — an uncommon quantity of house for each this worth and site (an particularly pretty stretch of Vanderbilt Avenue, proper across the nook from the Clinton-Washington C prepare).
$2,555*: Lease-stabilized prewar one-bedroom with a windowed kitchen and tub throughout the road from Pratt.
$2,600*: 750-square-foot brownstone one-bedroom with crown and ceiling moldings and two white ornamental fireplaces.
$3,000*: Brownstone duplex with one bed room, plus an workplace and 1.5 loos, immediately throughout from Fort Greene Park.
$3,400: A — we don’t know fairly how else to explain this — dreamy one-bedroom with an unusually tasteful kitchen renovation, a claw-foot tub, and an enormous again deck on Gates Avenue, simply above Fulton Road.
$3,600*: Brick townhouse three-bedroom with big grid home windows and a working brick hearth.
Crown Heights/Prospect Heights
$2,295*: Renovated backyard one-bedroom with an exposed-brick arched doorway, plus a small island and all-new home equipment within the kitchen.
$2,395*: One-bedroom on Pacific Road with house for a king mattress and a eating desk.
$2,495*: One-bedroom subsequent to Grand Military Plaza with herringbone flooring and many moldings.
$3,100: Customized light-gray kitchen cupboards and Caesarstone counter tops in a renovated two-bedroom. Its close-to-everything location on Vanderbilt Avenue (proper above Grand Military Plaza) makes up for its barely awkward structure.
$3,250 (net effective: $2,980)*: Three-bedroom, two-bath duplex slightly below Atlantic Avenue with uncovered brick and bay home windows.
$2,950: 1,100 sq. toes in a Twenties farmhouse close to Ridgewood Reservoir and Highland Park (which has no-reservation tennis courts) with wall and ceiling moldings, home windows on all sides, and a personal again staircase with a tiny mudroom.
$1,975*: One-bedroom with built-in cabinets on an Open Streets block of Stanton Road, subsequent to Frankie Store.
$2,295: Ground-through one-bedroom proper throughout from Tompkins Sq. Park with French doorways and a windowed tub.
$2,700: An exceptionally lengthy entryway in comparison with what you’d usually discover within the space, resulting in rooms with tall home windows, together with one which’s presently used as a residing space however has second-bedroom potential.
$4,500: An especially fairly one-bedroom, 1.5-bath maisonette condominium with City Archaeology lighting, a built-in banquette, and a 1,000-square-foot yard with mossy brick partitions, bamboo timber, and a small firepit.
Greenwich Village/West Village
$1,995*: Small however vivid one-bedroom close to Bleecker Road and Sixth Avenue with base moldings.
$2,500: Uncommon (rent-controlled) studio close to the Strand with a separate kitchen and residing space.
$2,600: Vibrant one-bedroom (in a brick prewar constructing on Waverly Place) that, a yr in the past, went for $3,300.
$2,875 (net effective: $2,635)*: One-bedroom on Cornelia Road with a white-brick hearth.
$4,750: 950-square-foot two-bedroom that’s unfold over a complete flooring of an Eighties townhouse on West eleventh Road, with a big, sculptural skylight in the lounge (and large home windows that overlook a backyard and carriage home), plus two walk-in closets.
$2,400: 800-square-foot one-bedroom with an extra-wide residing space, chandelier, galley kitchen, and a lot ornamental wall molding.
$2,850: An under-$3,000 two-bedroom that checks a number of bins: It’s a one-minute stroll to the G prepare, a two-minute stroll to McCarren Park, and has a Juliet balcony, a personal patio, and home windows on all sides, plus a number of skylights.
$3,800: Vibrant three-bedroom, two-bath unit with a washer-dryer and an enormous personal deck, only a brief block away from McCarren Park.
$1,950*: Large one-bedroom with a separate eating space and arched doorways.
Decrease East Aspect
$1,990 (net effective: $1,825): Vibrant Orchard Road condominium with a marbled tub and two massive home windows within the bed room, and two extra within the residing space, which, although it’s admittedly a tad hallway-esque, can positively match no less than a sofa.
$2,400*: Renovated two-bedroom with massive home windows in kitchen and tub, only a five-minute stroll to Prospect Park.
$2,143: Nook one-bedroom (with moldings and tin ceilings) with truly massive rooms at an especially handy location (Fifth Avenue and Dean Road, simply across the nook from the two/3 prepare at Bergen Road).
$2,200: Backyard condominium with intricate woodworking across the home windows and an additional nook off the bed room with easy accessibility to the shared yard, which comes with patio furnishings and a grill, proper across the nook from the Union Road R prepare.
$2,300: Backyard one-bedroom on quiet, leafy President Road with wainscoting, a sublime mantel, and built-in cabinets in the lounge, plus a spacious separate kitchen overlooking a shared yard with a picnic desk.
$2,950*: Brownstone two-bedroom-plus-office in South Slope with new lavatory fixtures, plus a washer-dryer.
$2,195*: South-facing one-bedroom on Grand Road with excessive ceilings, plus a renovated kitchen and tub.
$2,350: A small however completely ample one-bedroom on a quieter stretch of Prince Road.
$2,995: 700 sq. toes slightly below Houston with a ton of flexibility (kitchen and tub apart, there are three separate rooms, every with a closet and a window or two). The toilet has a claw-foot tub.
$3,995: Traditional Soho one-bedroom loft (with massive home windows and tin ceilings) on West Broadway and Broome Road.
$2,150: 850-square-foot one-bedroom with no less than 5 arched particulars (together with an especially charming built-in recessed shelf) and a transparent view of the Empire State Constructing.
Higher East Aspect
$1,895 (net effective: $1,684): Studio with a bright-red full-height brick hearth and a shocking quantity of kitchen counter and cupboard house, only a five-minute stroll to Carl Schurz Park.
$2,200*: One-bedroom on East 63rd Road with French doorways, closets (with built-ins cabinets), and backyard views.
$2,250: Rear-facing one-bedroom simply off Park Avenue with a fairly lounge combining a white-brick hearth and dark-wood flooring.
$2,250: Studio with white casement home windows on East 61st Road within the Treadwell Farm Historic District surrounded by lovely townhouses on each side of the road.
Higher West Aspect
$1,595*: Studio with direct Hudson River views in a doorman constructing on Riverside Drive.
$2,200: Pretty tall home windows and white and yellow galley kitchen in a brownstone one-bedroom roughly between the Dealer Joe’s and Entire Meals on Columbus Avenue.
$2,507 (net effective: $2,194)*: Two-bedroom with massive closets and community-garden views.
$2,900 (net effective: $2,658)*: Townhouse backyard one-bedroom with an enormous personal yard lower than a block from Central Park.
$2,970: Elegant turret home windows and ornamental hearth, plus a ladder to an absurd quantity of lofted space for storing (also can match a visitor mattress), on 73rd Road, subsequent to Riverside Park.
$2,995: Penthouse one-bedroom the place the personal roof terrace is definitely bigger than the inside house, simply across the nook from Barney Greengrass.
$3,300*: 841-square-foot renovated one-bedroom at CPW Towers with a kitchen island and enormous balcony.
$4,650: A brownstone two-bedroom duplex subsequent to Central Park that feels additional large (maybe due to the true staircase — not the same old spiral selection!) and whose main bedroom comes with a nook and two terraces.
$5,500*: Penthouse one-bedroom with a personal elevator and rooftop terrace on the Apthorp.
$2,500: A uncommon two-bedroom with backyard, tree, and sky views, and likewise simply 5 minutes from Domino Park and the East River.
$3,300 (net effective: $2,750): Three bedrooms on the McKibbin Lofts (select from items with natural-wood flooring or white flooring, or degree as much as a four-bedroom corner unit, or go throughout the road for a 900-square-foot no-walls loft.)
$3,400*: Ground-through brownstone two-bedroom on Berry and South 1st Streets with two ornamental mantels and a cream Smeg fridge.