On The Market: What $3,000/Month Rent Gets You in Manhattan

Whether you live in Manhattan or are looking to make a move to the island, being flexible with your desired neighborhood may benefit you when it comes to sticking to your budget. With Manhattan’s median rent at $4,158 as of December 2017’s latest market report, we took a look around the city—from Hamilton Heights to the Financial District—to see what you can rent in Manhattan for around $3,000 a month.

649 Ninth Avenue, 2A

Hells Kitchen, Manhattan

Price: $3,111 (Monthly)

1 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom

Located in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen, on Ninth Avenue between 45th and 46th street, this large renovated 1 bedroom apartment offers all the modern amenities every New Yorker dreams of: 10-foot ceilings, stainless steel appliances, a washer/dryer combo, walnut-stained plank flooring and exposed brick. It’s close to all the major subways: A,C,E,N,Q,R,W,1,2,5,7.

View more photos of this home in Hell’s Kitchen or contact Natalie (Stone) Abraham or Daniel Kim to schedule a tour.

87 St Marks Place, 3B

East Village, Manhattan

Price: $3,000 (Monthly)

1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Location, location, location. Calling all the Downtown kids, head to legendary St. Marks Place to discover this South-facing 1-bedroom with tons of charm and closets. You’ll be in the heart of it all. Close to all transportation, shops, Whole Foods and Tompkins Square Park.

View more photos of this home on St Marks or contact Michael Angelo Camacho to schedule a tour.

424 West 154th St, 2

Hamilton Heights, New York

Price: $2,850 (Monthly)

2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom

A 2-bedroom apartment in a historic townhouse in Manhattan for under $3,000? Yes it exists…in Hamilton Heights. A charming apartment with plenty of pre-war details such as the decorative fireplace and bay window. Separate dining area, large master bedroom and a 2nd bedroom or office that’s pretty generous in size. And it’s only two blocks from the family-friendly Riverside Park.

View more photos of this 2-bedroom in Hamilton Heights or contact Arleta Maddox to schedule a tour.

111 Fulton St, 704

Financial District, Manhattan

Price: $3,100 (Monthly)

Studio | 1 Bathroom

Experience true luxury with this loft-like studio in one of Downtown’s boutique condominium. The apartment features 12-foot ceilings, Gaggenau cooktop, Liebherr refrigerator/freezer, Miele dishwasher and oven, and washer/dryer to impress your friends. And did we mention the indoor lap pool, private screening room, spa jacuzzi, and the 12,000-square-foot roof deck? And it’s no fee!

View more photos of this luxury studio in the Financial District or contact Elina (Rhodes) Vinogradsky to schedule a tour.

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