Park Slope Rental Roundup: One-Bedroom Apartments


190 Garfield Pl via Garfield Realty
On the hunt for a new one-bedroom apartment? We’ve rounded up a few that are currently available to rent in the neighborhood — take a look at the details, and let us know what you think. Lots of luck in your search!

195A 6th Avenue, #1
Price: $2,750
Available: June 1
Details: Though there aren’t any photos yet of the inside, the listing claims this is an extra-large apartment, which includes a washer/dryer, dishwasher, and extra storage in the basement. On top of that, all utilities are included in the rent, and you’ve got private access to a garden, just in time for summer.

231 8th Street
Price: $2,500
Available: May 1 or 15
Details: Currently undergoing a gut renovation, this third-floor apartment will have a dishwasher, laundry in the building, a skylight in the kitchen, and a nice view of the neighborhood. It’s also very close to the F, G, and R trains at 4th Ave/9th St, though beware current and future suspensions. You’ll just have to hold tight to check it out, as it won’t be available for viewing until later this month.

152 8th Avenue
Price: $2,400
Available: Immediately
Details: Get excited for the warm weather with this one, which the listing says has got central air conditioning and its own private deck, which photos show has enough space for a grill and a table and chairs. There’s a dishwasher in the unit, laundry in the building, and pets are allowed.

190 Garfield Place
Price: $2,300
Available: Immediately
Details: This is a duplex apartment (pictured above) with the kitchen and living area on the first level, and the bedroom on the second level. Then above that, your own private deck. There’s laundry in the building, and pets are allowed.

605 6th Street
Price: $2,200
Available: Immediately
Details: Less than half a block from Prospect Park, this is a modest apartment in a lovely limestone, with a kitchen that may not be made for cooking up a five-course dinner, but it’ll certainly do the job for regular meals.

739 Union Street, #5
Price: $2,000
Available: April 15
Details: There’s exposed brick and some good light in this upper-floor apartment, and it’s convenient if you enjoy seeing shows at Union Hall (across the street) or catching a game at a bar (200 Fifth is around the corner).

911 8th Avenue
Price: $1,950
Available: Immediately
Details: It’s getting harder to find a one-bedroom for under $2,000 these days, so it’s a little curious why this one is still on the market. The bedroom looks like it may be on the small side and there’s no kitchen counter space to speak of, but otherwise, this apartment is close to the park and the F/G at 7th, and pets are allowed.

Photo via Garfield Realty