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Soleil, Renter in Upper West Side, New...

how are rental prices and conditions of apartments as compared between Brooklyn Heights and Washington Heights/Hudson Heights? Studio/1BR, thanks

Asked by Soleil, Upper West Side, New York, NY Fri Jul 29, 2011

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Alen Moshkovich’s answer

I'm noticing the common trend with the "Heights".

You are comparing three completely different areas, which probably don't have much in common except Pre-war buildings. A person who would live in Brooklyn Heights, would probably never consider Washington Heights, and etc...

Out of the three, Brooklyn Heights is the most expensive neighborhood, and also the most expensive in Brooklyn as a whole, with Dumbo/Vinegar Hill close seconds. Prices in BK Heights are maybe a few dollars off from those in better neighborhoods of Manhattan. You will get smaller apartments here at premium prices. 1 Bedrooms range in the upper $2,000.

West New York, which is near Hudson Heights is on the higher side, a large 3 bedroom with a massive living room and 2.5 bathrooms will be in the high $4000's.

Washington Heights is very attractive along Riverside Drive, but I only know it visually and can't comment on anything else. Great architecture, attractive pre-war buildings.

Are you considering 1 of the 3 areas?

1 vote Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 4, 2011
You overlook Inwood which is the most reasonable and also the most beautiful of all the area you mentioned, Take a look put 10034 in the trulia finder above and see what they got for rent just on this sight!
1 vote Thank Flag Link Fri Jul 29, 2011
As a long-time resident of Hudson experience related to these two neighborhoods is that Upper Manhattan can offer better and more spacious Prewar floorplans, Pricing is more favorable as well.
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1 vote Thank Flag Link Fri Jul 29, 2011
They are both very different locations, but Upper Manhattan has some really huge apartments at good prices so I wouldn't count them out. And, you might also try looking at Astoria and Sunnyside which are cheaper than Brooklyn, albeit a bit quieter than the other two locations overall (although Central Astoria on the weekends is super busy).
Kelly Killian
Bond New York
1 vote Thank Flag Link Fri Jul 29, 2011
Much will depend on exact location, size, condition, etc.; if looking to rent, consider working with an agent of your own, he/she will be your best guide.
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