Rental Real Estate in Long Island City, Manhattan and the Bronx

June 19,2014 | By Hillel

 Whether you’re looking to rent in Long Island City, Manhattan or the Bronx, each borough is a big city within itself with unique neighborhoods. Long Island City has evolved into a hotspot, yet surprisingly has affordable Long Island City apartment rentals. For those who commute to Manhattan, it’s just a 15 minute trip via both elevated and underground trains, ferry and bus. The area is home to hip cafes, upscale restaurants and chic boutique shops. Its waterfront areas offer plenty to do with outdoor gardens at the Gantry Plaza State Park and four scenic piers.

The Bronx also has fun parks like the Crotona Park and Pelham Park along with Yankee Stadium. Bronx real estate is separated into different areas, such as the East Bronx, South Bronx and West Bronx. Riverdale is the most affluent area of the Bronx and is located in West Bronx. The Bronx provides more value than the other NYC boroughs. As a matter of fact, you can find a two bedroom, two bath apartment in Riverdale for just $2,500 with a 24-hour doorman and plenty of space.

Each borough has its own personality and affordability.  Manhattan apartments range in price dramatically depending on size, features and neighborhood. However, you’ll find that most are amenity rich with 24-hour doormen, shared roof deck, workout gym and laundry on every floor. Just keep in mind that apartments in the Upper West Side brownstones and West Village command a premium because of prime location and access to back gardens.

If you’re seeking Long Island City apartment rentals, Manhattan real estate or Bronx real estate, the real estate professionals at the Hillel Realty Group are the experts to turn to. They always take the time to listen to your unique needs and are happy to take you for an in-home tour.

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