This week, we’ve rounded up some one-bedroom apartment rentals that might not break the bank.
Sackett Street between 4th/5th Aves
Details: The listing for this walk-up apartment (pictured above) calls it “a railroad style 1 bedroom plus,” but since the photos don’t show any of the “plus,” we just have to be hopeful. One plus, though, is definitely access to a the garden, but you’ll share that with another unit.
Contact: Listed by Halstead, 718-613-2008
197 7th Avenue
Details: It’s a 1-bedroom, but it’s got an extra room that you could use for an office or perhaps a nursery, which might come in handy, as you’d be living within spitting distance of PS 321.
Contact: Listed by TB Shaw, 718-768-0100
6th Avenue near St Johns Pl
Details: High ceilings, a dishwasher, and view of the Manhattan skyline in this junior one-bedroom. Not something you might be thinking about right now, but come July you’ll be glad to have central air — but you’ll have to pay to run it, along with all utilities.
Contact: Listed by Brown Harris Stevens, 718-399-4135
93 6th Avenue
Details: A one-bedroom for under $2k, and on a nice block that’s close to the B/Q 7th Ave stop. No pictures of the kitchen, but even if you just have to cook with a hot plate, this seems like it’s worth a look.
Contact: Listed by Douglas Elliman, 347-907-7140
Photo via Halstead