Price Check Rental Edition

5 Queens apartments renting for under $2,750 a month

By Leah Hochbaum Rosner  | February 12, 2018 - 9:00AM

This two bedroom in Astoria is available for $2,495 a month.

Douglas Elliman

The median rent in Queens is currently $2,750 a month, according to a recent market report. Here are five apartments across the borough, ranging from studios to three bedrooms, that are available for less.

25-10 38th Ave., Long Island City


Listed for $2,063 a month, this penthouse studio has large windows, heated floors, a dishwasher and stainless steel appliances, and a private balcony. The building has an elevator, laundry, a shared roof deck, bike storage, a gym, private lockable storage units, and a virtual doorman. No pets are allowed, and there’s no broker’s fee.

60-72 56th St., Maspeth


This newly renovated two bedroom, one bath is listed for $2,495 a month. The apartment has new hardwood floors, queen-sized bedrooms, large windows, and stainless steel appliances. It's in a pet-friendly, four-family building near the border of Maspeth and Ridgewood. There’s no broker’s fee.

43-18 25th Ave., Astoria


This gut-renovated two bedroom, one bath (also pictured at top) features dark walnut floors, bedrooms at opposite ends, and stainless steel appliances. It’s in a four-story building with laundry. There’s no broker’s fee.

87-15 78th Ave., Glendale


This three bedroom, one bath has a private entrance, a large living room with space for a full dining set, and in the kitchen, new stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and custom cabinets.It's in a two-family house, and parking is available. Listed for $2,600 a month

5-11 47th Ave., Long Island City


Listed for $2,525 a month, this studio has a walk-in closet, a washer and dryer, and east-facing windows. It’s in a doorman building with a gym, a bike room, a concierge, and a roof deck. There’s no broker’s fee.



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