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NYC neighborhood rents ranked

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Average rents correct as of July 2021

Summer is always a big time for relocating and rents have changed a lot over the past 18 months. So, we've put together a handy guide to NYC rents in the city's most popular neighborhoods to give you an idea of what your options are.

If you're looking further afield than NYC you might want to check out out list of average rents in key US cities too.

What's your budget?

Under $900 per month

Name Average rent
Newark, NJ $805
Elmhurst $854
East Flatbush $863
Jamaica $876

Under $1,000 per month

Name Average rent
Ridgewood $938
Bed-Stuy $986

Under $1,100 per month

Name Average rent
Washington Heights $1,001
Hamilton Heights $1,012
Bushwick $1,019
Sunnyside $1,019
East Harlem $1,040
Flatbush - Ditmas Park $1,043
Astoria $1,064
Jersey City $1,066
Crown Heights $1,071

Under $1,200 per month

Name Average rent
Woodside $1,116
East Williamsburg $1,145
Harlem $1,159
Greenpoint $1,164

Under $1,300 per month

Name Average rent
Clinton Hill $1,205
Hoboken $1,234
Morningside Heights $1,252
Park Slope $1,260
Williamsburg $1,280
Central Park $1,291

Under $1,400 per month

Name Average rent
Long Island City $1,300

Over $1,500 per month

Name Average rent
East Village $1,506
Lower East Side $1,519
Upper West Side $1,559
Midtown East $1,577
Upper East Side $1,586
Stuyvesant Town $1,594
Kips Bay $1,611
Gramercy Park $1,616
Hell's Kitchen $1,639
Midtown $1,687
Murray Hill $1,690
Financial District $1,692
Chelsea $1,709
West Village $1,817
Midtown Center $1,843

If you're still not sure where to go (or your favorite neighborhood isn't on the list), just hit the big orange button and start the search for your next home.

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