The time has come to strike out on your own. Where can you find a one-bedroom for less than $1,600 a month in Brooklyn?
This prewar three-bedroom apartment is in good shape with a newly renovated kitchen, and offers a good deal of space without a staggering price tag.
For couples and singles still in the rental market but not looking to share and seeking more space, these generous one-bedrooms will fit the bill.
This two-bedroom, two-bath apartment is in the Court House Apartments at 125 Court Street in Downtown Brooklyn, the kind of mid-rise, full-amenity building that was a relative rarity in these parts when it opened 11 years ago, but is less of one now.
For families, or those looking for an upscale pad to split with roomies, these six three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments in Brooklyn and Manhattan offer plenty of space for the kids or the extra roommates.
This Bay Ridge unit is a fetching rental, spacious and full of original detail in excellent condition. It's a duplex in a rowhouse on 73rd Street, comprising the first floor and a finished cellar.
What does $2,500 a month get you in Brooklyn? Quite a bit, it turns out. Our search turned up five attractive specimens with a variety of enviable features often thought to be exclusive to far pricier units.
This three-bedroom duplex is bright, spacious, attractive and not outrageously priced. At 39 Hampton Place in Crown Heights, it's got a distinctive address — within one of the Kinko houses in the Crown Heights North III Historic District.
Looking to rent on a budget of $2,000 or less? One of these five apartments may just fit the bill.
This top-floor apartment in a barrel-fronted Windsor Terrace house is spacious, in good shape and well located. It's on a nice block of 10th Avenue -- a short stroll from Prospect Park, with the F and G trains close at hand.