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What you’ll get across NYC for $6,000 a month

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If you’ve got a monthly budget of $6,000, you can take your pick of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. Bonus: Many of these units even have their own private outdoor space.

LENOX HILL, MANHATTAN: A renovated, fully furnished one-bedroom, two-bath condo with a private balcony, a washer and dryer, and wraparound windows in the kitchen, offering views of Central Park, in a doorman building across the street from Bloomingdale’s and a short walk from Central Park at 200 East 62nd Street (between Second and Third). $6,000/month

MIDTOWN, MANHATTAN: A two-bedroom, two-bath condo with an updated kitchen  in a doorman building with a pool and a gym at 117 East 57th Street (between Lexington and Park). $6,000/month unfurnished or $6,250/month furnished, no pets allowed

CARROLL GARDENS, BROOKLYN: A three-bedroom, two-bath with a private terrace, central air-conditioning and heat, a washer/dryer, and south-facing floor-to-ceiling windows in a smoke-free building at 132 Second Place (between Smith and Court). $6,000/month

FORT GREENE, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath garden duplex with a backyard in a two-unit building a few blocks from Fort Greene Park and Underwood Park at 105 Green Avenue (between Vanderbilt and Clinton). $5,995/month

WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: A three-bedroom, two-bath condo with a washer and dryer and stainless steel appliances, plus views of the East River, in a doorman building with a roof terrace, a children’s playroom, and a fitness center at 440 Kent Avenue (between South Eighth and South 11th). $5,700/month (price recently reduced)

ASTORIA, QUEENS: A two-bedroom, two-bath duplex with two terraces and a balcony, plus custom cabinets in the chef’s kitchen, in an elevator building with Time Warner Cable and Verizon FiOS and common laundry facilities at 27-40 21st Street (between 28th and Main). $6,000/month, includes heat, hot water and gas; no broker’s fee; no pets allowed


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