For $2,000 a month, you'll find mostly one-bedrooms and studios in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, but head out to Staten Island and the Bronx, and things get decidedly roomier.
Here's what's on the market right this very moment.
CENTRAL HARLEM, MANHATTAN: A recently renovated two-bedroom with a separate kitchen in a walk-up building that's near laundromats and the 3 train, at 219 West 145th Street (between Seventh and Eighth avenues). $2,000/month
YORKVILLE, MANHATTAN: A two-room, one-bath studio with a garden, fireplace, and exposed brick in a small building with laundry at 423 East 81st Street (between York and First avenues). $1,995/month
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom that's been recently renovated in a landmark brownstone in an historic neighborhood at 18 Sylvan Terrace (between Jumel Terrace and St. Nicholas). $1,995/monthPROSPECT LEFFERTS GARDENS, BROOKLYN: A studio with hardwood floors, stainless appliances, a soaking tub, and a washer and dryer in a building with an attended lobby and bike storage at 626 Flatbush Avenue (between Chester and Westbury Court). $2,003/month, no broker's feeDITMAS PARK, BROOKLYN: A one-bedroom with dual A/C and heating units in every room and lots of closet space, in a new construction building at 571 East 19th Street (between Newkirk and Foster). $1,999/month, no broker's feeFOREST HILLS, QUEENS: A one-bedroom with an entrance foyer/dining area, a separate kitchen, and hardwood floors in a building with a live-in super and laundry at 109-33 71st Road (between Queens Boulevard and 110th Street). $1,995/monthFORDHAM, BRONX: A three-bedroom, two-bath with stainless appliances and a kitchen island, marble bathrooms, and outdoor space in a historic row house at 2704 Bainbridge Avenue (at 195th Street). $2,000/month
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