Where to Find One-Bedrooms in New York
Of the nearly 23,356 New York City rentals recently listed on The New York Times “Find a Home” site, 8,390 were one-bedroom apartments. So where should you look if you’re hoping to rent one of them? Here are the five neighborhoods in the city with the most one-bedrooms.
The Upper East Side had by far the most one-bedrooms available. Monthly rents ranged from $1,600 for a “spacious and bright” unit (with a listing accompanied by a picture of a different apartment) to $60,000 for an apartment in a five-star boutique hotel, complete with chauffeur, personal trainer, personal shopper, pet pampering services and iPads on demand.
The West Village was next in line, with 444 one-bedrooms. Monthly rents ranged from $2,495 for a renovated unit with an eat-in kitchen in a walk-up to $18,000 for a home with two private outdoor spaces, an expansive open livingarea, custom lighting and a home theater system.
The Upper West Side had 397 one-bedrooms available, with monthly rents ranging from $2,050 for what was essentially a studio with an alcove to $10,425 for a large suite in a luxury residence with services including a salon, chauffeured town cars, gourmet dining and other amenities.
Clinton was close behind with 379 one-bedrooms. Monthly rents ranged from $1,925 for an apartment with great closet space and updates to $6,495 for a place with a study, custom closets and cabinetry, in-unit laundry, a 24-hour attended lobby, a fitness center and dramatic views.
Midtown East had 324 one-bedrooms available, with monthly rents ranging from $1,800 for a furnished apartment with a large kitchen to $100,000 for what is said to have once been the home of the Duke and Dutchess of Windsor atop the Waldorf Astoria.
——from The New York Times