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Renting An NYC Micro-Apartment

Renting An NYC Micro-Apartment
by Jerome Foster - October 6, 2021

Micro apartments are popping up all over New York City. They’re small, but they’re also affordable and convenient. You can find micro-apartments in popular downtown areas like Midtown East or Tribeca. These neighborhoods have great amenities and easy access to public transportation so that you can get around the city easily.

Renting a micro-apartment can cost you anything between $2000-$2500 per month.

Renting a micro-apartment is the perfect way to save money on your living expenses. Micro-apartments are usually cheaper than larger and more luxurious apartments because they have less area space meaning you will be paying less. You'll find that if you're renting a micro-apartment in a popular downtown area, it could be worth your money.

With just enough room for one person, these tiny spaces can be found throughout New York City and offer an affordable housing solution for those who want to live close to work or school without spending too much on rent. 

These small homes are often located near public transportation, making them easy access points into the city center where most of the jobs and entertainment opportunities exist. They also tend to be very centrally located so that residents don't need cars as frequently as other parts of town might require them. 

This means there's less time spent commuting from home each day which leaves more time for leisure activities like going out with friends or taking advantage of all that NYC offers. It's worth considering when deciding where you'd like to live next year.

Many benefits come with renting an NYC micro-apartment, such as saving money on rent every month, having easy access to public transportation, and being able to live in one of the most exciting cities in America! Living in New York City means never running out of things to do or places to see

If you want to know more about different types of apartments, visit Prudential Cal’s blog section.

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  • Jerome has worked for an international real estate magazine in the past before joining Prudentialcal. He now spearheads our team of writers and ensures the quality of content we produce weekly.

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