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What you’ll get across NYC for $3,000 a month

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Studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms are mostly what you’ll find on tap if your monthly budget is $3,000. Let's take a look around Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, shall we?

MIDTOWN WEST, MANHATTAN: A renovated, furnished one-bath studio (with bed and bath linens and kitchen necessities) in a doorman building with laundry facilities and an exercise room at 150 West 51st Street (at Seventh Avenue). $3,000/month

TURTLE BAY, MANHATTAN: A furnished and renovated one-bath studio with new floors in an elevator building with a live-in super at 210 East 47th Street (between Second and Third avenues). $3,200/month

HAMILTON HEIGHTS, MANHATTAN: A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath with a kitchen set to be updated soon in an elevator building with laundry and a gym at 617 West 143rd Street (between Broadway and Riverside). $3,000/month

CHELSEA, MANHATTAN: A furnished one-bath studio that’s been renovated in a prewar building (sorry, no pets) at 135 West 28th Street (between Sixth and Seventh avenues). $3,000/month

PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN: A renovated, top-floor two-bedroom, one-bath with central air- conditioning and a dishwasher in a pet-friendly building at 581 Fifth Avenue (at 16th Street). $3,000/month

GREENPOINT, BROOKLYN: A renovated, first-floor two-bedroom, one-bath with a fireplace and hardwood floors in a three-family townhouse that doesn't allow pets, shares or guarantors at 97 Noble Street (between Franklin and Manhattan avenues). $3,000/month

CLINTON HILL, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, one-bath with a dishwasher in a prewar elevator building with onsite laundry facilities at 266 Washington Avenue (between Willoughby and Dekalb). $3,000/month, no broker's fee

ASTORIA, QUEENS: A renovated two-bedroom, one-bath house with new appliances, granite countertops and a dishwasher at 28-35 35th Street (between 28th and 30th). $3,000/month

ASTORIA, QUEENS: A three-bedroom, one-bath with an updated kitchen and bath on the third floor of a three-story multi-family building at 23-14 29th Street (between 23rd and 24th). $3,000/month


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