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Introducing New York City, New York
Thank you for considering New York City, a remarkable place to live, and a place that residents love here in NY. New York City features 632 neighborhoods. People in this city have many reasons to live in this town. Residents choose New York City to meet diverse preferences and desires, which most often include location, affordability, availability, schools, service offerings, and local amenities. We have researched these factors for you, so continue reading for more details. We are happy to present 71,995 apartment communities on the market around this town.
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Getting Around New York City
Get out your sandals or hiking shoes! WalkScore(R) considers this part of town to be a 'walker's paradise'. The environment provides walkability to the level that a truly urban lifestyle is possible where and most residents could get by without a automobile for most daily needs and shopping outings.
Going places on a bike is popular in this town. If you like going out for mountain bike or road bike rides as much as we do, we can't wait to introduce you to New York City. This is a high Bike Score area, BikeScore is an independent ranking based on a survey of available bike lanes, lots of reachable destinations, and votes from a community of avid bike riders.
Schools in New York City, NY
When you have children in the family, education can be an important factor in choosing your rental home. Many parents choose their rental home or apartment based on the school districts zoned for that property address. Www.ApartmentHomeLiving.com and our rental search tools can help make finding a rental with a highly-rated school quick and easy. Ask the leasing staff or owner at your rental about attendence zoning.
Make sure you check out Manhattan Early College School For Advertising, the highest-rated high school in this area. Manhattan Early College School For Advertising has a GreatSchools Rating of 5/10. For students between elementary and high school ages take notice of Spruce Street School, the highest-rated middle school in this city. Spruce Street School has a GreatSchools Rating of 8/10. Be sure to take a look at PS 234 Independence School, the highest-rated elementary school in this city. PS 234 Independence School has a GreatSchools Rating of 10/10. Many students from nearby New York Law School call this area home.
New York City Points of Interest
Governors Island Support Center is nearby. Bowling Green is close by. In this municipal area we find several USPS ZIP Codes, including 10271.
Pet Friendly Apartments
Pet Friendly apartment complexes are found here in this city.
New York City Rental Pricing
The average apartment rent in this town costs renters $5,145. The average home rent in this area is $9,781. A rental apartment in this city will cost you from $512 to $10,000. Studio apartments average $4,705 and range from $725 to $10,000. A 1 bedroom apartment on average costs $4,781 and ranges from $825 to $10,000. A 2 bedroom apartments averages $3,692 and ranges from $567 to $10,000. On the average rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in New York City costs you $4,121, and has a range from $512 to $10,000. Four bedroom (and larger) apartments average $4,906 and range from $900 to $10,000.
Low Income / Section 8 in New York City
'Affordable' price-range apartment units for rent are ready for you to tour near here. Naturally occuring affordable housing is apartments without income restrictions provided by the market at low cost.
Frequently Asked Questions about New York City
How much are Studio apartments in New York City?
The pricing for 3071 Studio Apartments in New York City currently ranges from $725 to $10,000 with an average price of $4,694.
What is the current price range for One Bedroom New York City Apartments for rent?
Today's rental pricing for One Bedroom Apartments in New York City ranges from $825 to $10,000 with an average monthly rent of $4,781.
What does renting a Two Bedroom Apartment in New York City cost?
The monthly rent prices of Two Bedroom Apartments currently available in New York City range from $567 to $10,000. Today's average rental price for Two Bedrooms here is $3,687.
How expensive are New York City Three Bedroom Apartments?
There are currently 3484 Three Bedroom Apartments listings available in New York City on ApartmentHomeLiving.com. The pricing ranges from $512 to $10,000 - averaging $4,115 for the location.