StreetEasy ‘s latest market report contained a revelation: The average demand for rent in Manhattan has dropped to just under $ 3,000 a month. It is the first time this has happened in nine years, meaning rents have not been as low since 2011. Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, rental inventory has grown dramatically, with discounts growing to a record high. Wondering what you get for your money at the new average? Here are five fabulous rentals in Manhattan under $ 3000. Which is your favorite?
Let’s start with the exact average asking price of $ 2,990, which can get sunlight and space in Lenox Hill’s classic Upper East Side neighborhood. This 1-bedroom is large at 750 square feet. And its entrance the Oxford, a luxury full service building, means you can live great here too. Amenities include an indoor swimming pool, an outdoor basketball court, a sun deck and much more. And the unit itself has shiny herringbone hardwoods, a massive kitchen and an in-first washer / dryer. Janet Finkel at Luxury Habitat has the list.
Then we head down to the Lower East Side, where $ 2750 gets you 2 bedrooms with an extra room usable as an office. Perfect for the world to work from home! The window kitchen has been updated with everything you need to stay and cook, including a dishwasher. In addition, trains J, M, Z and F are just a few steps away from Delancey Street. Listed by Tanner Beck and Melanie Nazarian of Living New York.
From the Lower East to the Upper West, our next rental in Manhattan under $ 3000 is another 2-bedroom bargain. This offers plenty of space and a spacious open floor plan, with double glazed windows in the living room for plenty of natural light. There is a dishwasher in the renovated kitchen, and a wide plank wood floor gives an easy and modern feel. The elevator building is just one street away beautiful Riverside Park. Listed by Ken Levene by TriArch Realty.
This Hell’s Kitchen studio is small but powerful. In addition to a separate kitchen with a dishwasher, this place has three closets and an extensive dressing room. It also has a freestyle, with beamed ceilings and four large, bright window frames. It is located in the Vendome Park, an elegant doorman building with a beautiful inner courtyard that is just a few blocks from Columbus Circle and Central Park. (Hot advice: Christina Hendricks lived there!) Listed by Evelyn E. Albino and Roy C. Beason of Brown Harris Stevens.
This 2-bedroom apartment costs $ 2,700 per month, but a two-month incentive for free reduces the ineffective rent by $ 2,025. The unit has a home office space and an upgraded kitchen with stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher. St. Nicholas Park is just two blocks away, which boasts one of the largest dog races in the city – perfect considering that this home also favors pets! Listed by George Blitz and Rachel Leigh Smith of Corcoran.