The colder months are a great time to be in the market for an apartment — nobody wants to move around the holidays, so you can often find some good deals with less hassle and competition. This week, check out an $800 one-bedroom — really! And some other good stuff south of $1150. Don’t forget to check out the Greater Bushwick Classifieds for even more stuff from around North Brooklyn — it’s poppin now.
$800 — 1br: Excellent price for this basement one-bedroom, near the bustle of the Myrtle-Wyckoff hub. It’s nothing Architectural Digest would visit but it’s basic and stupid cheap.
PETS OK | Onderdonk and Palmetto | Myrtle-Wyckoff LM
$950 — jr 1br: Very basic apartment for an excellent price, steps from two train lines and tons of food. It’s small and perfect for one person or a couple on a budget, and White Castle cravings are satisfied by a walk across the street.
Linden and Wyckoff | Myrtle-Wyckoff LM
$1150 — 2br: It’s a bit out there, but where better to be stranded than on the lovely tree-lined streets of Ridgewood? And in an apartment full of lovely original details. It’s actually not too far from everything convenient and delicious in Greater Bushwick, especially on a bike.
PETS OK | Onderdonk and Menahan | Seneca M
$1049 — 1br: Nice place in an okay location — not much around, a bit sketchy for sure even by local standards, but close to the train and a good price. Nice wood floors and great bathroom and kitchen, laundry in the building.
Schaefer and Bushwick | Gates JZ
$999 — studio: Generally not a fan of these thousand-dollar studios — another $100 can often get you nearly twice the space. But if you really just want the one room and your budget is that unforgiving, this is not a bad place to be, near tons of convenience shopping, good food, and some of Bushwick’s few mature-tree-lined streets.
CATS OK | Himrod and Knickerbocker | Knickerbocker M/DeKalb L
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