Price Check Rental Edition

Three-bedroom apartments for under $3,200 a month in Jackson Heights

By Leah Hochbaum Rosner  | April 9, 2018 - 1:00PM

This three bedroom at 37-55 77th St. in Jackson Heights is available for $2,695 a month.


As parts of Brooklyn continue to get exponentially more expensive, rents are rising in Queens, too, but the borough remains affordable relative to its neighbor to the south and west. Jackson Heights is a busy and bustling Queens neighborhood, a destination for food fans, and home to many different immigrant communities. It's also about a half-hour from Midtown by train.

If you have a family or a crew of roommates in need of space and that grabs your interest, here are five three bedrooms for rent in the area for under $3,200 a month.


37-55 77th St., #5K

Listed for $2,695 a month, this large three bedroom, two bath (also shown at top) has hardwood floors and a white kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, including a dishwasher. The building has an elevator, a live-in super, and laundry in the basement. There’s no broker’s fee.


35-43 72nd St., #1F

This 1,300-square-foot, three bedroom, two bath is listed for $3,100 a month. It has big windows, an 18-by-14-foot living room, cherry wood floors, and an open kitchen with granite countertops and a dishwasher. It’s in a two-family house with outdoor space. Parking is available for an extra fee. Guarantors are accepted.


32-01 84th St., #3

This gut-renovated corner three bedroom, one bath has high ceilings, and an eat-in kitchen with quartz countertops, new cabinets, and appliances. Rent is $2,500 a month, and it’s located in a two-family house seven blocks form the 7 train.


30-39 69th St., #3F

This is a three-bedroom, one-bath walk-up in a private house for $2,200 a month. The apartment has an open layout, new carpets, and an updated kitchen with stainless-steel appliances. Water and heat are included. No pets or smoking allowed.


34-34 75th St., #6J

Renting for $2,900 a month, this three bedroom, two bath has a renovated kitchen and bathroom, as well as hardwood floors, lots of closets, and a balcony. It’s in a prewar building with a live-in super and laundry on the premises.



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