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CHEAP apartments in New York?
I’m looking for extremely cheap apartments in New York for college- I really will take a closet sized room, as long as I am in NY; any suggestions on where to look? Thank you
These are the cheaper and safe places to live in NYC:Queens,where a lot of people,many many young people come here to spend less;Brooklyn,Lower East Side of Manhattan (between Canal Street and Houston Street and between the East River and Bowery);Sunnyside in Queens;Chinatown,Brooklyn’s Boerum Hill e Greenpoint
Where can I look to find cheap apartments in New York?
By cheap, I mean under $1000 a month
In rural NY about 150 miles from Manhattan. Cheapest Apartment on Manhattan is 1600 a month for a Studio, no utilities included. Might find something in the Bronx for that price.
How much are apartments in New York City?
My friend and I are looking for an Apartment to get for when we go to College. Our Colleges are in Manhattan, though I hear that all the apartments are crazy expansive, and we don’t have much money. (though we will be getting part-time jobs as waitresses) We want a small apartment, 2 bedrooms, one bathroom and a mediocre neighborhood. What do you think is the cheapest we can get? Also, does Chinatown have cheaper Apartments? Because we can do that as well.
Thank you so much for the help!
It might depend on where in Manhattan and which area.
You might get lucky and get a really cheap apartment but don’t hold your breath.
Apartment living in New York City is extremely expensive, even with a studio. And that does NOT include utilities. I’m afraid you’ll need a full time job just to make ends meet, a waitress, part time or full, would not cut it.
You might have to end up living in the dorms. Or you could ask your school about housing off campus.
are there any cheap 2 bedroom apartments in new york?
preferably around central park and times square?? me and my friend are planning on moving to new york after we graduate next year so its not urgent. but we would really like to live near central park and times square. we want the rent to be around $1500 but thats probly not gonna happen so maybe around $2000 its thats possible.
do you think it would be cheaper to get a 3 bedroom apartment and find another roommate to help pay rent??
A 2 bedroom near central park or times square would be MINIMUM $5000 a month.There are no 2 bedrooms anywhere in a decent part of manhattan for 2000.Try Brooklyn,you might have a shot
Cheap Apartments in New York?
Without mention to anyone, I’m moving to New York and, hopefully, getting a job at the police department (I have a degree in Criminal Justice). However, right now, I have $600 to my name. I’m not worried about being unable to find a job – even if I have something minimal, I can find one. I’d like to stay in the lower part of New York.
So, does anyone know any cheap apartments? I don’t care if they’re rundown. I don’t care if they’re in a weird neighborhood, I just need information. Without physically being there, I can’t exactly look around and online’s not helping.
Anyone have any recommendations?
I’m not talking about staying in the city – I said the lower part of New York. That can be ANYWHERE in the lower part. And anyone can find a job if they’re willing to put forth the effort. That’s what everyone said before I got the job I have, now. I had it after two days of looking.
It depends on what your tolerance for crime is. You could probably find an apartment for $600 a month in “the hood”, in areas like Brownsville, Brooklyn or Hunt’s Point in The Bronx.
Realistically, the only way to get a cheap rent (without living in public housing, or in a really rough neighborhood) is to live further from Manhattan and commute. You could try most areas on Staten Island, and parts of eastern Queens for an affordable rent. Some neighborhoods in Brooklyn like Canarsie might work, but Brooklyn overall is more expensive than Queens.
I hope this information was very helpful.
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