This one-bedroom apartment in Stuyvesant Heights is thoughtfully renovated, with a stylish kitchen and a smart layout.
This three-bedroom apartment in Bay Ridge is large and attractive, with original parquet floors and lots of windows.
This rent-stabilized one-bedroom in Bed Stuy has high ceilings, good light, a good deal of space and a nice deck, for under $2,000 a month.
If you're partial to Red Hook, this two-bedroom apartment at 130 Pioneer Street will put you smack in the middle of it.
This Prospect Lefferts Gardens one-bedroom is a prewar unit offering decent space for a decent price, a stone's throw from Prospect Park and the B and Q trains.
This renovated duplex in a 19th-century brick corner townhouse on 2nd Place features outdoor spaces and windows all around.
The listing for this five-bedroom triplex -- in a brownstone at 382 Park Place in Prospect Heights -- offers only two interior shots, but they present a pretty compelling vision.
This three-bedroom floor-through at 220 5th Avenue in Park Slope is newly renovated and looks to offer a decent amount of space in a good (though busy) location.
This triplex apartment sits in a landmarked 1888 brownstone at 858 President Street in Park Slope, and offers a healthy dose of the grandeur you'd want from such a house.
This could fairly be called a deluxe rental -- an entire landmarked 1895 Renaissance Revival limestone in Bed Stuy that's been renovated with a combination of restored original details and luxe updates.