7,105 Apartments for Rent near New York, NY

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    95 Wall St, New York, NY 10005
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Living & Renting in New York

New York at a Glance

Average Rent

$4245

School Rating:

9/10

Transit Score

100

Bike Score

83

New York, NY Apartments for Rent

New York City embodies the ultimate expression of apartment living. The Big Apple is the place of big dreams and even bigger buildings. New York truly is the city that never sleeps, and there’s an endless stream of restaurants to try, clubs to experience, and sights to see. The art scene in New York is anchored by The Met, the MoMA, and the east side of Central Park known as “Museum Mile.” Manhattan is the ultimate pedestrian’s paradise. The easily traveled layout of the city makes it easy to walk anywhere if you’ve got the time, while the subway below the streets will take you anywhere within the city’s five boroughs. New Yorkers are fierce defenders of their neighborhoods, so whether you’re looking for an affordable apartment in the Lower East Side, a Hudson River view in Chelsea, a quieter upscale rental in the Upper East Side, or some other New York apartment experience, you’ll find a fit in the Big Apple.

Why New York?

  • Nicknamed the “Center of the Universe,” New York is a place of inspiration for fashion, art, literature, and music
  • Prestigious colleges and universities like New York University, Columbia University, and The Julliard School
  • There are five distinct boroughs, each with their own appeal: Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island
  • Professional sports teams like the MBL Yankees, the MBL Mets, the NFL Giants, and the NFL Jets
  • Attractions include the Bronx Zoo, Washington Square Park, and Coney Island
  • For entertainment, there’s the New York City Ballet and the Metropolitan Opera, or catch a free concert in Central Park

Getting Around in New York

Transit scores for New York

99Walker’s Paradise
Daily errands do not require a car.
83Very Bikeable
Biking is convenient for most trips.
100Rider’s Paradise
World-class public transportation.

Education in New York

    New York has 3 colleges nearby, including New York University Washington Square Campus, School of Visual Arts and Columbia University in the City of New York Morningside Heights.
  • Ps 199 Jessie Isador Straus

    Public Elementary School
    10 out of 10
    Grades K- 5, 851 Students
  • The Mott Hall School

    Public Middle School
    10 out of 10
    Grades 6- 8, 292 Students
  • Jhs 167 Robert F Wagner

    Public Middle School
    9 out of 10
    Grades 6- 8, 1,335 Students
  • Stuyvesant High School

    Public High School
    10 out of 10
    Grades 9- 12, 3,334 Students
  • Millennium High School

    Public High School
    10 out of 10
    Grades 9- 12, 668 Students
  • Eleanor Roosevelt High School

    Public High School
    10 out of 10
    Grades 9- 12, 538 Students
  • High School Math Science And Engineering At Ccny

    Public High School
    10 out of 10
    Grades 9- 12, 500 Students
  • Nyc Ischool

    Public High School
    10 out of 10
    Grades 9- 12, 458 Students

Renting in New York

Average size and rates

  • Studio 357 Sq Ft $2,409 / mo
  • 1 Bed 794 Sq Ft $4,245 / mo
  • 2 Beds 826 Sq Ft $4,376 / mo
  • 3 Beds 1,063 Sq Ft $3,875 / mo
  • 4 Beds 2,276 Sq Ft $16,549 / mo
  • 5 Beds 2,748 Sq Ft $16,484 / mo

Top Budget Friendly Neighborhood in New York

Lenox Hill
5 properties with rent specials
2 properties with good value
Murray Hill
5 properties with rent specials
1 property with good value
Yorkville
4 properties with rent specials
3 properties with good value
Washington Heights
4 properties with rent specials
2 properties with good value

Other Nearby Neighborhoods

Lincoln Square
Kips Bay
Central Harlem
Morningside Heights
West Village
Times Square

Nearby Cities Average Rents

for a 1 bedroom apartment

  • New York $3,661 / mo
  • West New York $2,433 / mo
  • Edgewater $2,642 / mo
  • Astoria $2,280 / mo
  • Long Island City $3,040 / mo
  • North Bergen $1,696 / mo
  • Fairview $1,250 / mo
  • Fort Lee $2,014 / mo
  • Woodside $1,600 / mo

Frequently asked questions about renting in New York, NY

How transit friendly is New York, NY?

New York, NY has a transit score of 100.

What elementary schools are near New York, NY?

The top elementary schools in New York, NY are

  • Ps 199 Jessie Isador Straus

What middle schools are near New York, NY?

The top middle schools in New York, NY are

  • The Mott Hall School
  • Jhs 167 Robert F Wagner

What high schools are near New York, NY?

The top high schools in New York, NY are

  • Stuyvesant High School
  • Millennium High School
  • Eleanor Roosevelt High School
  • High School Math Science And Engineering At Ccny
  • Nyc Ischool

What colleges and universities are near New York, NY?

The top colleges and universities in New York, NY are

  • New York University Washington Square Campus
  • School of Visual Arts
  • Columbia University in the City of New York Morningside Heights
  • Pratt Institute Brooklyn Campus
  • The City College of New York

What are the average rent costs in New York, NY?

The average rent in New York, NY is $4245.

What are the average rent costs of a studio apartment in New York, NY?

The average rent for a studio apartment in New York, NY is $2409.

What are the average rent costs of a one bedroom apartment in New York, NY?

The average rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in New York, NY is $4245.

What are the average rent costs of a two bedroom apartment in New York, NY?

The average rent for a 2 bedroom apartment in New York, NY is $4376.

What are the average rent costs of a three bedroom apartment in New York, NY?

The average rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in New York, NY is $3875.

What are the average rent costs of a four bedroom apartment in New York, NY?

The average rent for a 4 bedroom apartment in New York, NY is $16549.

7,105 Apartments for Rent near New York, NY

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