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1,048 Apartments Near Me in New York, NY

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Price Range: Apartments in New York range from $669-$31,930 in price.
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1,048 Apartments Near Me in New York, NY

8,354 reviews are available from registered residents for 1,048 apartment communities. By default, you will see the top rated apartments in New York. Use the filters to see available options based on amenities or price.
Price Range: Apartments in New York range from $669-$31,930 in price.
The epIQ rating provides users with a comprehensive quality overview. Learn here why you can trust our rating system.

Overview

Known as the greatest city in the world, the Big Apple offers a breathtaking skyline and melting pot of cultures. New York City is made up of 5 boroughs, each defined by its own unique characteristics. Manhattan is where you will find the most coveted property, but overall, space in NYC is in high demand and offers less square footage than the rest of the country.

The possible opportunities for leisure and dining in New York City are endless. The choice is yours: go flying on a trapeze, sing karaoke, watch a Broadway Musical, stroll around Central Park, or grab brunch with some of your pals. With a mix of global landmarks, incredible dining, and remarkable fashion outlets, it is clear to see why New York City is known around the world.

Cost of Living

67% Rent

vs

33% Own

Renter's Cost vs. Income

Last Updated October 2023

Average Monthly Rent

Last Updated October 2023

Studio + 0 Bathrooms

$0 this year

$2,992
Studio + 1 Bathroom

$632 this year

$4,410
1 Bedroom + 1 Bathroom

$805 this year

$5,175
2 Bedrooms + 2 Bathrooms

$1,679 this year

$7,917
3 Bedrooms + 3 Bathrooms

$1,198 this year

$13,788

Local Insight

The Bronx

The Bronx

This borough is the birthplace of hip hop and the home of the New York Yankees. Oh, and it's also the old stomping ground of Jenny from the block! The Bronx also contains Fordham University, which remains a noteworthy and prestigious college to this day. The area also has unpredictable subway lines, and it's best to stay with your car in most places. The Bronx may not be the number one choice of all 5 boroughs, but development in the area reflects the ambition and goodwill of the community.

Nightlife

In New York City, the word "boring" does not exist. The Bronx offers an array of hookah lounges and martini bars for a chill night out on the town. Brooklyn is great for exploring the music scene, and the Brooklyn Bowl is known for its phenomenal artists (and bowling too)!

Manhattan is the playground for adults. The most difficult choice in Manhattan is choosing where to go to have fun because there are that many options available. The dance clubs are plentiful. Hotels provide a chance to get fancy and hang out in an upscale lounge. If low-key is more your jam, there are karaoke joints all around the city as well as dive bars with lots of history.

Queens offers some funky beer gardens and delicious eateries. Staten Island is where you can attend the historic theaters and check out some of the best performers from around the world.

Satisfy Your Tastebuds

New York City offers a dynamic selection of food. New York features a plentiful selection of features from fine dining to Ellen's Stardust Diner, a 1950's themed diner with its own singing wait staff. The city also offers the opportunity to experiment with tastes you've never thought of trying. For example, The Black Ant in Manhattan offers Mexican cuisine with a unique twist on the side: insects.

Brooklyn Grange Farm offers a rooftop farm that allows people to get together and have a healthy yet hearty meal, highlighted by the views of Manhattan. Here you can hang out with like-minded folks that share a passion for naturally-grown foods.

A quick ferry trip to Staten Island gives you access to Enoteca Maria, a one-of-a-kind restaurant that is run by grandmothers from various cultures, as they prepare mouth-watering dishes that are to die for.

Weather

New York City weather does change drastically through the seasons. The summers are typically humid and temperatures can reach into the high 80s to 90s. City dwellers that want an upscale summer experience will have to trek over to the Hampton’s or Fire Island. Residents that want away from New York City all together should venture over to the Jersey Shore.

As for the winter time in the New York area, it gets pretty darn cold. The typical temperature throughout the winter ranges from 20s to 30s. Be prepared for snowfall during the winter season and try to stay warm. On the bright side, you can look forward to pumpkin-spiced lattes and donuts. No matter the time of year, be prepared for New York City to amaze you, from the architecture's creative aesthetics to the seasonal decorations that always enhance the feeling of the holidays.

Travel and Transport

Good news! New York City is well-known for its public transportation. Be sure to grab your favorite metro app! The subways run 24/7 and usually run on time. Quick tip: Always check ahead of time to make sure that the line is working on schedule. In the Bronx, you are typically going to find it easier to use your own car to navigate around, and the same is true for Staten Island. They both offer public transportation, but it can take an extra 30 minutes or longer to get from point A to B via the subway.

If subways aren't your thing, you can always use the Uber service or simply hail a cab down. Café racer motorcycles are quite popular in Brooklyn because they don’t take up too much space. Parking is tight in Brooklyn, and visitors may prefer to park in the available parking decks.

Commuting to Work

Last Updated October 2023

Public Transportation You Should Know
New York City Metro

New York City Metro

The NY Metro offers both rail lines and services.

Bronx Bus Line

Bronx Bus Line

This bus serves the Bronx local area

Brooklyn Bus Line

Brooklyn Bus Line

This bus line serves the Brooklyn area.

Queens Bus Line

Queens Bus Line

Covers the Queens territory.

Staten Island Ferry

Staten Island Ferry

The ferry departs every half hour.

Staten Island Railway

Staten Island Railway

This line covers Staten Island only.

Staten Island Bus Line

Staten Island Bus Line

Both Local and service to Manhattan.

FAQs

What is the average rating of a community in New York?

The average rating is 2/5 stars.

What is the average price for a 1 Bedroom + 1 Bathroom in New York?

The average price is $5,175.38.

What is the average price for a 2 Bedrooms + 2 Bathrooms in New York?

The average price is $7,917.43.

What is the average price for a Studio + 1 Bathroom in New York?

The average price is $4,409.64.

What is the average monthly rent for New York?

Based on 2023 city data, the average monthly rent is $1,579.00.

What is the average commute time?

Based on 2017 city data, the average commute is 41.4 mins.

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