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568 Union Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11211
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Updated 1 week ago
(201) 448-8963

250 W. 50th St., New York, New York 10019
From $3099
1 BedFrom$3498
2 BedsFrom$5789
Updated 21 hours ago
(212) 574-4633

435 W 31st St, New York, New York 10001
1 Bed$4550–$5210
2 Beds$7370–$7650
Updated 1 day ago
(929) 387-3621

515 West 52nd St., New York, New York 10019
From $2875
1 BedFrom$3326
2 BedsFrom$5303
Updated 21 hours ago
(212) 574-4636

1 Morningside Drive, New York, New York 10025
From $3350
1 BedFrom$4095
2 BedsPlease Call
3 BedsFrom$7470
Updated 21 hours ago
(917) 790-1512

282 11th Avenue, New York, New York 10001
From $3275
1 BedFrom$3490
2 BedsPlease Call
Updated 13 hours ago
(646) 666-3125

11 East First Street, New York, New York 10003
From $4255
1 BedFrom$4800
2 BedsFrom$7475
Updated 21 hours ago
(917) 790-1359

525 West 28th Street, New York, New York 10001
From $3250
1 BedFrom$3655
2 BedsFrom$8000
Updated 21 hours ago
Top Rated
(212) 574-4646

180 Riverside Blvd, New York, New York 10069
From $3235
StudioPlease Call
1 BedFrom$3235
2 BedsFrom$5430
3 BedsPlease Call
Updated 18 hours ago
(201) 654-3191

601 West 57th Street, New York, New York 10019
1 Bed$3590–$4200
Updated 1 day ago
(551) 227-4328

55 W 26th St, New York, New York 10010
Pet Friendly
From $3544
Updated 15 hours ago
(646) 937-5714

610-620 West 42nd Street, New York, New York 10036
1 Bed$3990–$4590
2 Beds$5590
Updated 1 day ago
(646) 891-1939

650 W 42nd Street, New York, New York 10036
1 Bed$3790
2 Beds$5490–$5590
Updated 4 days ago
(646) 891-1994

188 Ludlow St, New York, New York 10002
1 Bed$3950–$5003
2 Beds$5900–$7500
(212) 574-7843

729 7th Avenue, New York, New York 10019
From $2300
1 BedFrom$2600
2 BedsFrom$3495
3 BedsFrom$4500
(917) 746-6879

343 Gold Street, Brooklyn, New York 11201
From $2475
1 BedFrom$3124
2 BedsFrom$4461
3 BedsFrom$6035
Updated 21 hours ago
(718) 889-2568

1 Harborside Place, Jersey City, New Jersey 07311
From $2685
1 BedFrom$2685
2 BedsFrom$3885
Updated 14 hours ago
(201) 448-8959

100 Willoughby Street, Brooklyn, New York 11201
From $2650
1 BedFrom$2965
2 BedsFrom$3785
3 BedsPlease Call
Updated 21 hours ago
(347) 382-9547

214 Duffield St, Brooklyn, New York 11201
From $2880
1 BedFrom$3640
2 BedsFrom$4980
3 BedsFrom$9785
Updated 21 hours ago
(347) 946-6923

100 Town Square Place, Jersey City, New Jersey 07310
Studio$2140–$2600 5 units available now
1 Bed$2225–$3105 10+ units available now
2 Beds$2875–$4010 10+ units available now
3 Beds$3755–$5145 8 units available now
Updated 11 hours ago
(347) 609-7398

25 Park Lane South, Jersey City, New Jersey 07310
1 Bed$3055–$3511 5 units available now
2 Beds$4325–$4745 3 units available now
3 Beds$6090–$6418 1 unit available now
Updated 11 hours ago
(201) 676-3565
All about

New York, NY

Considered to be the center for United States business, fashion, food, tourism and culture, NYC has it all. If you're searching for New York City apartments, don't stress: ApartmentGuide.com can help you navigate even the largest city in the country.

New York is divided into five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island, which are easily accessible by the city's public transportation. Apartments in New York City near mass transit can be expensive, but they allow you to take advantage of NYC's excellent subway and bus system.

Manhattan, which spans from the Hudson River to the East River, is the center of the New York archipelago - in more ways than one. Central Park, the Broadway Theater District, the United Nations, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Madison Square Garden are in Manhattan, as well as the historic shops, restaurants and apartments of New York City's Greenwich Village. South of Midtown, the Chelsea neighborhood houses a wealth of galleries and nightclubs, while Chinatown is a thriving market and restaurant attraction.

Across the Brooklyn Bridge is Brooklyn, the most populous borough in New York City, which offers more affordable apartments than Manhattan. Here, discover the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the second-largest art museum in the city, and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, a lush urban oasis. Visit Coney Island for the world-famous hot dog eating contest, wooden roller coasters and a lively boardwalk.

Queens, the largest geographical borough, is the most ethnically diverse 115 miles in the world. In Queens, discover affordable New York City apartments for rent near the New York Hall of Science, Shea Stadium, where the New York Mets play, and LaGuardia and JFK airports.

Yankees fans should search for apartments near Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, the only borough attached to the mainland. The Bronx Zoo, the largest urban zoo in the country, is a must-see, with more than 4,000 animals and 600 species. If you're hungry as a bear after all of that, visit Little Italy for the city's best sausage, salami, cannoli and mozzarella.

The most suburban area of New York City is Staten Island, home to the best views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. This suburban area is also home to the Snug Harbor Cultural Center, with 28 historic buildings set on an 83-acre National Historic District.

Discover New York City apartment living at its best on ApartmentGuide.com. Whether you are a new resident to the NYC area, a student looking for off-campus housing or a professional looking for a residence close to work, ApartmentGuide.com offers many different types of apartments for rent to choose from.