Top Five Apartments To Rent In Inwood For Under $2,000
If you are currently looking to rent an apartment, and the main requirement of the search is affordability, try Inwood.
Where does one go to escape gentrification?
Well, that depends on the borough. Data shows more people are moving to Staten Island in desperate search of affordable rents. Brooklynites tend to migrate further South, past the Prospect Park, and settle in areas like Midwood and Bay Ridge. But what if you, being a true, hardcore New Yorker, want to stay on Manhattan soil at any cost? Well, then you’d better head North—or, to be precise, to the most northerly tip of Manhattan—Inwood.
Agorafy has recently run an article exploring this neighborhood. In case you were too busy to read it, here is the gist—it’s affordable, peaceful and fun. And by “fun,” we mean decent dining options, cafes, and bike shops—unfortunately, we have no information on artisanal establishments yet.
The rest of Manhattan is reasonably commutable—but not too accesible, which, we hope, might keep the apartment rents down for a while. So, if you are currently looking to rent an apartment, and the main requirement of the search is affordability, there you go: Agorafy’s list of top five Inwood apartment for under $2,000.
1 BR | $1,775
1 BR | $1,825
1 BR | $1,895
1 BR | $1,500
1 BR | $1,850
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