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

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On a budget of $1,800 a month, you'll mostly find studios and one-bedrooms this week, especially in different parts of Manhattan like the Upper East and Upper West Sides. But two-bedrooms in Crown Heights and Washington Heights are available, and if you venture into Queens neighborhoods like Forest Hills and Astoria, you'll get more space. 

YORKVILLE, MANHATTAN: 1-bath studio with customized closets and an open kitchen in a building with a live-in super and intercom at 423 East 78th Street (between York and East End). $1,825/month, no broker's fee

UPPER WEST SIDE, MANHATTAN: 1-bath top-floor studio with a separate kitchen in a brownstone building at 132 West 72nd Street (between Amsterdam and Columbus). $1,800/month

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, MANHATTAN: 2-bed, 1-bath with a separate windowed kitchen in a pre-war building with a live-in super at 97-105 Ellwood Street (between Sherman and Nagle). $1,850/month

CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN: 2-bed, 1-bath with multiple closets and a washer-dryer hook-up in a pet-friendly building with a virtual doorman at 1589 President Street (between Troy and Schenectady). $1,850/month

PROSPECT LEFFERTS GARDENS, BROOKLYN: 2-bed, 1-bath that's been newly renovated in a building with a bike room and live-in super at 181 Clarkson Avenue (between Rogers and Bedford). $1,750/month

ASTORIA, QUEENS: Junior 1-bed on the top floor of an elevator building with a live-in super at 34-15 31st Avenue (between 34th and 35th). $1,850/month

FOREST HILLS, QUEENS: 1-bed with a large living room and separate kitchen in an elevator building with a laundry room at 101-06 67th Drive (between Austin and Queens Boulevard). $1,800/month

RIVERDALE, THE BRONX: 1-bed with a separate kitchen with a dishwasher in a doorman building with a pool at 4465 Douglas Avenue (between 235th and 236th). $1,800/month

PORT RICHMOND, STATEN ISLAND: 1-bed with hardwood floors and an open kitchen in an elevator building at 1978 Richmond Terrace (between Park and Heberton). $1,800/month


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