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!
551 1st Street
Details: Want a fully-furnished apartment (pictured above) that comes with no commitment? This unit, located half a block from Prospect Park and featuring its own private garden, has been listed as a nightly guest rental, is available on a month-to-month basis — and yeah it’s pretty pricey, but it’s still less than if you were renting it by the week. Maybe it’s a solution for long-term out-of-town visitors, or a spot to rent while you renovate or wait to move into another place?
Contact: Listed by Onefinestay,
45 8th Avenue
Details: Come summer, you’ll appreciate two key details of this apartment: it’s got exclusive access to the roof and built-in air conditioning units. Another one that’s close to the park and Grand Army Plaza — so you can stop by the library for pie.
81 Garfield Place, #1
Details: The listing doesn’t have pics yet, but notes there’s a dishwasher in the unit and access to the garden. It’s nicely located — a short walk to the N/R at Union Street (and the R should be back to its regular Manhattan service by fall), it’s also close to shopping, bars, and future lobster rolls on 5th Avenue.
71 7th Avenue, #3
Available: March 1
Details: The listing notes a dishwasher, but we’re not seeing it in the pics of the small, but open, kitchen (maybe it’s in the closet there?). Otherwise, seems like a nice space if you’re looking to be close to the B/Q at 7th Ave, and you’ve got a pet, since they’re allowed.
457 Bergen Street, #3R
Available: April 1
Details: Using a picture of a corgi to show this space is pet-friendly (with approval and deposit) may be a bit manipulative, but aww, corgis. It’s got lots of exposed brick and a recently renovated bathroom, and though the kitchen is a little out of date, it looks perfectly fine. Very close to the 2/5, and you can roll out of bed and enjoy Gorilla Coffee, though we wonder how noisy it gets on that block, with the Park Slope Volunteer Ambulance Corps right there.
Photo via Onefinestay