Price Check Rental Edition

Here's what you can afford for $3,500 a month in Hamilton Heights, downtown Brooklyn, and more

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN: A one-bedroom with high ceilings and Caesarstone countertops in a doorman building with a fitness center, two lounges, a playroom and laundry on every floor at 70 Fleet Street (at Flatbush Avenue Extension). $3,508/month


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Got a rental budget of $3,500 a month? You can find anything from a one-bedroom to a four-bedroom across New York City. Of course, the size of the apartment will depend on location, but assuming you're flexible, there should truly be something for everyone.

YORKVILLE, MANHATTAN: A renovated one-bedroom condo with soundproof windows, an in-unit washer and dryer, and new stainless steel appliances in a doorman building with a gym, a pool with an adjacent private park, a lounge and a roof terrace at 200 East 94th Street (between Second and Third). $3,500/month, no broker’s fee, FiOS available

HAMILTON HEIGHTS, MANHATTAN: A prewar three-bedroom, two-bath duplex with a renovated kitchen, three skylights, exposed brick and four original fireplaces on the top two floors of a brownstone near Riverbank State Park at 548 West 142nd Street (between Broadway and Hamilton Place). $3,500/month, no dogs

TURTLE BAY, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom condo with a windowed chef’s kitchen and a separate dining area in an elevator building with a health club and yoga studio, a kids’ playroom, onsite parking, a media lounge, and a roof deck near Grand Central at 212 East 47th Street (between Second and Third). $3,500/month

WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: A one-bedroom with floor-to-ceiling windows, new hardwood floors and a washer and dryer hookup in an elevator building with a gym, laundry room, movie room, and a furnished roof deck at 220 North 10th Street (between Driggs and Roebling). $3,500/month

CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN: A four-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath semi-floor-through renovated two years ago, with an open kitchen, exposed brick and hardwood floors in a pet-friendly building at 236 New York Avenue (at Sterling). $3,500/month, no broker’s fee

RIDGEWOOD, QUEENS: A three-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath duplex with exposed brick, direct access to a shared backyard, and stainless steel appliances in a building with a virtual doorman, a shared roof deck, and a gym at 1863 Putnam Avenue (between Woodward and Onderdonk). $3,500/month, no broker’s fee

LONG ISLAND CITY, QUEENS: A two-bedroom, two-bath condo with a private balcony, an in-unit washer and dryer, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops in the kitchen, and hardwood floors throughout in an elevator building with a part-time doorman, a gym and a bike room at 4126 27th Street (between 41st and Queens Plaza North). $3,500/month

RIVERDALE, BRONX: A renovated three-bedroom, two-bath on the second floor of a multi-family house with a terraced backyard, a front porch, attic, and a laundry room in the basement near Van Cortlandt Park at 256 Fieldston Terrace (between Post Road and West 252nd). $3,500/month, includes heat, hot water and cooking gas

SAINT GEORGE, STATEN ISLAND: A newly furnished two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath condo with views of the water, a terrace, and a parking spot in an elevator building with a children’s playroom located near the water at 90 Bay Street Landing (at Slosson). $3,500/month


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