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What you’ll get across NYC for $1,800 a month

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If you’re in the market for rental studios or one-bedrooms (or maybe even a two-bedroom if you fancy Bushwick), here's what you'll find for the relative bargain price of $1,800 a month.

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, MANHATTAN: A gut-renovated one-bedroom, one-bath with a dishwasher in a building with a courtyard and a roof deck at 703 West 184th Street (at Broadway). $1,800/month

UPPER EAST SIDE, MANHATTAN: A one-bath studio with exposed brick — and the kitchen and bathroom are under renovation — in a prewar building at 328 East 77th Street (between First and Second avenues). $1,800/month

EAST HARLEM, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom, one-bath with a dishwasher and a balcony in an elevator building with laundry facilities that doesn’t allow pets at 324 Pleasant Avenue (between East 117th and East 118th streets). $1,800/month

YORKVILLE, MANHATTAN: A one-bath studio with a washer and dryer in a four-story prewar building at 230 East 81st Street (between Second and Third avenues). $1,800/month

BUSHWICK, BROOKLYN: A renovated two-bedroom, one-bath with a decorative fireplace and crown moldings in a building that allows small dogs or cats with landlord approval at 1186 Hancock (between Central and Wilson). $1,800/month

BEDFORD-STUYVESANT, BROOKLYN: A gut-renovated one-and-a-half-bedroom, one-bath with a backyard in a pet-friendly building that allows guarantors at 1244 Herkimer Street (between Marconi and Gunther). $1,800/month, no broker's fee

PROSPECT PARK SOUTH, BROOKLYN: A renovated one-bedroom, one-bath on a high floor in an elevator building with on-site laundry at 100 Woodruff (between Saint Paul and Ocean). $1,800/month, no broker's fee

FOREST HILLS, QUEENS: A one-bedroom, one-bath co-op with a private parking garage and a renovated kitchen and bathroom (both windowed) in a doorman building at 67-12 Yellowstone Boulevard (between 67th Avenue and 67th Road). $1,800/month

NORTH CORONA, QUEENS: A one-bedroom, one-bath with central heating and cooling, plus a balcony, in an elevator building that allows small pets and has a virtual intercom at 106-04 Northern Boulevard (at 106th). $1,800/month


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