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NYC neighborhood rents ranked

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Average rents correct as of January 2022

We've put together a handy guide to NYC roommate 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
Elmhurst $859
Woodside $894

Under $1,000 per month

Name Average rent
East Flatbush $976
Ridgewood $997

Under $1,100 per month

Name Average rent
Jamaica $1,008
Washington Heights $1,016
Uptown $1,060

Under $1,200 per month

Name Average rent
Flatbush - Ditmas Park $1,109
Hamilton Heights $1,111
Clinton Hill $1,120
Astoria $1,125
Greenpoint $1,129
Crown Heights $1,158
Bed-Stuy $1,171

Under $1,300 per month

Name Average rent
Bushwick $1,216
Harlem $1,253
East Harlem $1,290

Under $1,400 per month

Name Average rent
Prospect Lefferts $1,306
East Williamsburg $1,307
Park Slope $1,320

Under $1,500 per month

Name Average rent
Williamsburg $1,449
Morningside Heights $1,451
Chinatown $1,498

Under $1,600 per month

Name Average rent
Upper West Side $1,544
Lower East Side $1,563
Central Park $1,568

Under $1,700 per month

Name Average rent
Long Island City $1,646
Midtown $1,684

Under $1,900 per month

Name Average rent
Financial District $1,833
Upper East Side $1,843
Stuyvesant Town $1,865
Chelsea $1,884

Under $2,000 per month

Name Average rent
East Village $1,901
Hell's Kitchen $1,910

Over $2,000 per month

Name Average rent
Gramercy Park $2,051
Midtown East $2,075
West Village $2,086
Midtown Center $2,437

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