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.
These five charming rentals very widely in size and price, but all are no-fee. Most are recently renovated and for rent by their owner-developers.
Housed in a converted landmark church at 99 Clinton Street, this Brooklyn Heights two-bedroom is unique and striking, with its arches, 26-foot ceilings, stained glass, skylights and exposed stonework. It's quite spacious as well, with 2,600 square feet and a vast open living space that stretches over multiple levels.
Rent goes farther when roommates are plentiful. We've founded up five apartments suitable for sharing. Divided evenly, the rent per person comes out to $1,100 or less.
This Park Slope triplex offers a chance to live the brownstone dream without having to buy one. Sited in a fine specimen of a four-story Carroll Street brownstone, a block and a half from Prospect Park, it's got all the space you could want, with six bedrooms.
These renovated two-bedroom apartments span a range of prices and neighborhoods. All are suitable for a small family or roommates.
Tired of roommates and want to see how far your budget will go for a studio apartment in Brooklyn?
This townhouse at 50 South Portland Avenue in Fort Greene takes the whole-house luxury Brooklyn rental to another level with its wealth of parlor-floor detail and spectacular two-story atrium.
Large and lovely are two words that could be fairly applied to this rental, an upper triplex with garden access on Sterling Place in Prospect Heights, close to Grand Army Plaza. It sits within a stately brownstone designed by William H. Reynolds, the prolific architect who put his stamp on many a home in Prospect Heights.