Affordable Brooklyn Apartments: Where to Live for Less Than $1000

The food, the nightlife and most of all, the eccentric people, are the main reasons why people are choosing to move to New York’s trendiest borough, Brooklyn.

Just because your budget might be in a lower price range, it doesn’t mean you’ll have to live in a tiny apartment. Living with roommates means you’ll get a larger space to accommodate more people, which usually comes with more amenities!

Although rent in Brooklyn is on the rise, there are still relatively affordable apartments available for groups looking to room together. From studios to three-bedroom units, there are plenty of great apartments you can choose from, all under $3,000 a month. If you’re a savvy apartment hunter, you can bring the cost down to less than $1,000 a month. Here are our top five picks:

Central Avenue – $966 per room ($2,899)

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Stunning Renovation + Super Location = Your Sweet New Home! Beautifully renovated Bushwick three-bedroom duplex has all the basics: brand new hardwood floors, spacious rooms, large windows for extra natural light and a fully-tiled modern bathroom. The kitchen has plenty of room with extensive countertops, and features stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher and microwave. The fabulous apartment is steps away from Maria Hernandez park and choice cafes, bars, restaurants and groceries.

Monroe Street – $966 per room ($2,899)

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This is the ideal opportunity to live in one of Brooklyn’s hottest neighborhoods, Bedford Stuyvesant! Amazing renovated apartment has all the details you want: exposed brick, oversized windows, hardwood floors, custom finishes, luxury fittings and stainless steel appliances. There’s in-unit washer/dryer and plenty of outdoor options with your shared yard and roof deck. All this right by the fabulous Saraghina and Georges- Andre Vintage Cafe. Talk about yum!

Fairview Avenue – $875 per room ($2,625)

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Look no further! This stunning three-bedroom in Ridgewood can be yours if you act fast! Sleek and modern with accents of exposed brick, immense windows and walnut-toned hardwood floors throughout. Exquisite kitchen with wood shelving, stainless steel appliances and tons of gleaming white cabinets. Located within four short blocks of the M train and surrounded by a diverse selection of restaurants and taverns (German, Chinese, Polish, American), you won’t have to travel far to grab a quick bite to eat or drink.

Evergreen Avenue – $866 per room ($2,599)

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Be the first to live in this inviting, renovated Bushwick apartment! Brand new everything in this sun-soaked beauty with large windows, designer lighting and shining hardwood floors. The sleek white kitchen features top-of-the-line fittings and stainless steel appliances. Just 2 short blocks to the J train and a short walk to the L train keeps commuting quick and easy.

Wilson Avenue – $950 per room ($2,850)

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This three-bedroom features a newly renovated kitchen with tons of cabinet storage, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors throughout and plenty of windows letting the sun shine through! Conveniently located near many cafes and Bushwick nightlife. Enjoy an easy commute with a choice of the L or M trains each just three short blocks from your door.

Looking for roommates? Check out our Roommates page and available listings, and let us help you “Find Your Brooklyn.”

Also check out the details for out next Roommate Mixer on January 14th, and join our Facebook Group for updates!

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