A lot of people are paying $600-plus a month for apartments in Manhattan, but if you’re looking for an apartment with a nice view, this article from the New York Times is a good place to start.
The Times’ list is a way to compare rents in a particular neighborhood, as opposed to a general list that can be searched by ZIP code.
The article lists 10,000 apartments in New York City that have a price tag of $1,000 or less.
Some of the apartments on the list are in neighborhoods that have seen significant development.
One of the areas listed is the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, home to the Chelsea neighborhood and the Upper West Side.
The neighborhood has seen its population increase over the past two decades, and there are a lot of apartment complexes there.
But you’re not going to be able to find a spot in the neighborhood that rents for that much if you live in the Bedford Stuyvesants neighborhood, according to the Times article.
It’s also worth noting that most of the buildings in the list do not have a kitchen.
But if you rent out a room, you might be able find a place that does.
You can find listings in other parts of Manhattan, too.
This article from Gothamist provides a listing of all the rental apartments in the boroughs surrounding Manhattan.
The city also has a list of all of the apartment complexes in Manhattan.
In addition to the apartment rental listings, there are also listings for condos, which are listed separately from apartment rentals.
You may also want to check out the Manhattan Neighborhood Report, which is a handy resource to look up information about apartments in your neighborhood.