Got $4,000 a month to spend on rent? Depending on the neighborhood, you can net yourself a place with a lot of amenities or a lot of space, and we've rounded up some current options on the market in your price range in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx.
Neighborhood Central Harlem East Harlem Hamilton Heights Harlem Hudson Heights Inwood Manhattan Valley Morningside Heights Washington Heights West Harlem Upper West Side Upper East Side Upper Manhattan Midtown West Midtown East Downtown Battery Park City Central Village Chelsea Chinatown East Village Financial District Flatiron Gramercy Park Greenwich Village Little Italy Lower East Side Murray Hill Kips Bay Noho Soho Tribeca West Village Brooklyn Bath Beach Bay Ridge Bedford Stuyvesant Boerum Hill Borough Park Brooklyn Heights Bushwick Carroll Gardens Clinton Hill Cobble Hill Columbia Street Wd Crown Heights Downtown Brooklyn Dumbo East Flatbush East New York Flatbush Flatlands Fort Greene Gowanus Gravesend Greenpoint Greenwood Kensington Park Slope Prospect Heights Prospect Lefferts Prospect-Lefferts G South Slope Sunset Park Vinegar Hill Williamsburg Windsor Terrace Queens Addisleigh Park Arverne Astoria Bayside Beechhurst Belle Harbor Bellerose Bellerose Manor Briarwood Broad Channel Cambria Heights College Point Corona Douglaston East Elmhurst Elmhurst Far Rockaway Floral Park Flushing Forest Hills Fresh Meadows Glen Oaks Glendale Hollis Hollis Hills Holliswood Howard Beach Hunters Point Jackson Heights Jamaica Jamaica Estates Jamaica Hills Kew Gardens Laurelton Little Neck Long Island City Malba Maspeth Middle Village Oakland Gardens Ozone Park Queens Other Queens Village Rego Park Richmond Hill Ridgewood Rochdale Rockaway Beach Rockaway Park Rosedale Saint Albans Springfield Gardens Sunnyside Whitestone Woodhaven Woodside Bronx Bedford Park High Bridge Kingsbridge Marble Hill Riverdale Spuyten Duyvil
Price up to $2,000 up to $3,000 up to $4,000 up to $5,000 up to $6,000 up to $7,000 up to $8,000 up to $9,000 no maximum
Bedrooms at least 1 bedroom at least 2 bedrooms at least 3 bedrooms at least 4 bedrooms 5 or more bedrooms
Bathrooms at least 1 bathroom at least 1.5 bathrooms at least 2 bathrooms at least 2.5 bathrooms at least 3 bathrooms at least 3.5 bathrooms 4 or more bathrooms Presented by New to renting in NYC? Take a look at BrickUnderground’s handy How to Rent Guide . For added insight, check out our crash course on how to find an apartment , too.
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