Price Check Rental Edition

5 Queens apartments for rent for around $2,000

By Leah Hochbaum Rosner  | November 13, 2017 - 9:00AM

This one bedroom, one bath in Ridgewood has a balcony. It's listed for $2,100 a month.

The median rent in Queens for the third quarter of this year was $1,991 a month, according to a new market report from StreetEasy. That's cheaper than Brooklyn's $2,460, but still an all-time high for the borough. For an idea of what's out there, here are five apartments across “The World’s Borough” that can be yours for around $2,000.

62-83 60th St. Ridgewood

This one bedroom, one bath (also shown at top) has hardwood floors, stone counters and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. The bathroom has subway tiles, and there's a private balcony. The building has on-site laundry, a roof deck, and a video intercom system. Rent is $2,100 a month, no broker’s fee.

35-40 30th St., Astoria

This studio has floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, and stainless steel kitchen appliances. It's in a six-story condo building with a common roof deck, a courtyard, a children’s playroom, a lounge, a fitness center, an outdoor play area, indoor on-site parking, video security, and laundry on every floor. Listed for $2,050 a month.

75-25 153rd St., Kew Gardens Hills 

A one bedroom, one bath with dark-stained hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and stone counters in the kitchen, and marble tiles in the bathroom. In The Opal, a pet-friendly elevator building with a landscaped courtyard and a rooftop sundeck. $2,108 a month, no broker’s fee.

37-37 88th St., Jackson Heights


This renovated one bedroom, one bath has high ceilings, hardwood floors, and granite counters in the kitchen. It's in a pet-friendly elevator building with a live-in super. $2,000 a month, no broker’s fee.

44-72 11th St., Long Island City

A studio in a new building is listed for $1,993. The kitchen has a breakfast counter and stainless steel appliances. The bathroom has a soaking tub. The building includes a gym, a bike storage, a virtual doorman, and a courtyard with a grill. No broker's fee.



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