Looking for some new digs to call your own? The rents ain’t cheap and finding an apartment within your budget seems like an epic quest. So, before you get stressed to the max, cheap out some of these open listings. Who knows, maybe you’ll find your new home. It can’t hurt to look.
Spacious abode for one
A pet-friendly studio with a foyer, galley kitchen, and laundry in building sounds pretty sweet. Oh, it’s also a quick walk to the 2 and 5 trains.
Sunny and cozy digs
The kitchen area seems a bit small (look at the stove!) but this one bedroom is a block away from the A/C train. Clutch.
Beautiful, charming, and there’s a catch
This ground floor studio in a brownstone home is super charming, but there’s a snag or two. The kitchen area is super tiny – just an electric stove top with no oven. And, the first month is free, so the gross rent is really $2k a month.
Lots of closets
A studio with three closets, hardwood floors, and a few minutes away from the Q train. What’s not to like?
Pet-friendly walk up
There’s only two photos in this listing (and no bedroom pic), so we do wonder how tiny the space really is. However, the building is rent stabilized, so we think it’s definitely worth a shot.
Fresh paint and hardwood floors
Yep, Brighton Beach is pretty far. The bathroom seems pretty teeny tiny. But, this is a one bedroom for under $1,500. So, who are we to ask questions?
Keep it real off of the R train
Whoa, this place is even cheaper. This small studio has hardwood floors, laundry on site, and new appliances (not pictured in listing).
G train vibes
This apartment comes with a free year long CitiBike membership. Plus, there’s new appliances, laundry in building, bike storage, and it’s pet-friendly.
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