New York Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in New York (NY)

Alphabetical Directory of Cities in New York

 
 
 

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Largest Cities in New York

An abundance of great apartments are on the market in the largest cities of the Empire State. Many apartment hunters in New York City have accessed fine rentals in all five of the boroughs of this world-famous metropolis. The cities of Buffalo and Rochester also offer rental units that suit a variety of needs. NYC is the New York’s most populous urban center.

Other Large Cities in New York

In New York, great apartments often are offered at reasonable prices across the state in large cities like Albany, Binghamton, and Syracuse. People who are looking for apartments will find rental properties that range from studios to 3 bedroom units.

 

Average July Rental Rates in New York


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $2,149 (1192)
One Bedroom $2,241 (1297)
Two Bedroom $2,688 (1521)
Three Bedroom $3,081 (1612)
note: when compared with the national average

 

New York Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
New York $2688 -
New Jersey $1707 (-981)
Connecticut $1482 (-1206)
Delaware $1051 (-1637)
Rhode Island $1381 (-1307)
Massachusetts $2062 (-626)
 

Rental Trends in New York


Month Rent Change
February $2626 -
March $2693 (67)
April $2674 (-19)
May $2661 (-13)
June $2693 (32)
July $2688 (-5)
 

Information about New York

If you enjoy attractions like the mountains, beautiful lakes, outstanding nightlife, and historical sites and museums, you may very well find that as a renter in New York State, you’ll have access to an abundance of places to go and things to do. As one of the larger states by land area in the Northeastern part of the United States, apartment searchers will find nice apartments in localities throughout the Empire State.

New York has a total estimated population of 19.5 million people, making it the third most populated state in the nation. Only California and Texas have larger statewide populations. The most inhabited areas of New York are the metro area of New York City, as well as several large cities in upstate, central and western New York. The state offers a large workforce and diverse economy. Also known as the Big Apple, NYC is a Global City that’s home to the headquarters of many major companies and corporations. New York also offers plenty of great institutes of higher education, including Cornell University, which is located in Ithaca.

The State of New York has numerous destinations that both residents and visitors alike can enjoy. An example of a word-famous destination is Niagara Falls, which elicits multitudes of visitors to the western side of the state every year so that they can view its beautiful, rushing waters. Although located in separate regions of the state, both the Adirondack and Catskill mountains are well-known destinations, where people can enjoy outdoor recreation amid the natural beauty of the landscape. Of course, the nightlife and entertainment that’s found throughout the Big Apple is another major draw for New York State residents.