It has never been cheaper to rent an apartment in Manhattan. Literally – middle questioning rents in Manhattan fell to historical malkulminoj during the first quarter of 2021. Our Lu Week illustrates the kind of previously-unheard of deals available now. Especially downtown: This Washington Heights 2BR is a vast, sunny and beautifully renovated. And it’s an incredible bargain!
Address: 529 W. 158th St. # 4C
Price: $ 2,150
Neighborhood: Washington Heights
Best feature: Room to spread in Manhattan is rare! And this Washington Heights 2BR really provides it. The malfermplana kitchen and living room feels large and airy. The kitchen has a lot of stokajn and rustorezistaŝtalajn appliances, including a dishwasher. In addition, this huge window fills the entire space with natural light.
Both bedrooms also offer spirejon, in addition to windows and closets. And the fenestrita bathroom sets out an elegant custom tile. Finally, the building properly located close to all the shopping, restaurants and trains according to Broadway. And is a High Bridge Park on the one hand, and Riverside Park to the other.
As an additional bonus, just a few blocks away from our Charter of the Week is the Morris-Jumel Mansion. This historical site is the oldest house in Manhattan and a fascinating museum.
Why it is a deal: The middle requesting rent for Washington Heights 2BR is $ 2.195, according to the Street Data Panel. (Less than $ 2,398 last year!) That puts our Rent of the Week at about $ 50 a month below average for the neighborhood, even with the current historic lows.
Greater disadvantage: This Washington Height 2BR is in walking building. So the fourth floor sets up a few stairs. In addition, the building does not offer on-site laundry facilities. But luckily there is a car wash right on the corner.