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45-02 Ditmars Boulevard, Apt 532
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Mario Lituma of The Corcoran Group.
2,395/mo
1bd
1 ba
24-21 41st Street, Apt 2
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Klevis Metani of Compass.
2,900/mo
2bd
1 ba
45-02 Ditmars Boulevard, Apt 134
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Mario Lituma of The Corcoran Group.
2,250/mo
1bd
1 ba
45-02 Ditmars Boulevard, Apt 332
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Mario Lituma of The Corcoran Group.
2,295/mo
1bd
1 ba
44-14 Newtown Road, Apt 5-T
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Andrew Klima of Compass.
1,850/mo
1bd
1 ba
19-19 24th Avenue, Apt L418
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Mario Lituma of The Corcoran Group.
2,225/mo
1bd
1 ba
31-57 31st Street, Apt 319
This Studio apartment is listed by Joseph George of MNS.
2,325/mo
Studio
1 ba
31-57 31st Street, Apt 605
This Studio apartment is listed by Joseph George of MNS.
2,350/mo
Studio
1 ba
32-42 33rd Street, Apt B10
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Matt Vranic of Living Real Estate Group.
2,275/mo
1bd
1 ba
30-61 34th Street, Apt 3-R
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Oxana Skorniakova of Modern Spaces, LLC.
2,000/mo
1bd
1 ba
35-16 34th Street, Apt 4E
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Matt Vranic of Living Real Estate Group.
2,150/mo
1bd
1 ba
20-23 23rd Street, Apt 1
This Studio apartment is listed by Keith Frazier of Compass.
1,595/mo
Studio
1 ba
35-16 34th Street, Apt 4D
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Matt Vranic of Living Real Estate Group.
2,000/mo
1bd
1 ba
21-14 23rd Terrace, Apt 1
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Steve Lelekidis of Modern Spaces.
3,800/mo
2bd
1 ba
25-25 14th Street, Apt 1-A
This 3 bedrooms apartment is listed by Diane Kantzoglou of Nest Seekers International.
5,500/mo
3bd
3 ba
24-52 38th Street, Apt 1
This Studio apartment is listed by Deborah Sokoloski of Compass.
1,950/mo
Studio
1 ba
25-40 Shore Boulevard, Apt 8-G
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Kathleen Eng of Compass.
3,195/mo
2bd
2 ba
22-24 38th Street, Apt 2
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by David Eisenberg of Compass.
2,750/mo
2bd
1 ba
34-22 35th Street, Apt 2-J
This Studio apartment is listed by Curtis Charles of MNS.
2,222/mo
Studio
1 ba
19-24 22nd Drive, Apt 1
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Diane Kantzoglou of Nest Seekers International.
2,800/mo
2bd
1 ba
20-22 Steinway Street, Apt 1
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Steve Lelekidis of Modern Spaces.
3,000/mo
2bd
2 ba
21-29 31st Avenue, Apt 302
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Jennifer Rouse of Citi Habitats, Inc..
2,595/mo
1bd
2 ba
25-27 Steinway, Apt 3R
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Matt Vranic of Living Real Estate Group.
2,300/mo
2bd
1 ba
28-25 33rd Street, Apt F-4
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Jozef Badragheh of Citi Habitats, Inc..
2,300/mo
1bd
1 ba
151-10 35th Avenue, Apt 2G
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Adriana Floarea of Kian Realty NYC.
1,800/mo
1bd
1 ba
32-42 33rd Street, Apt E3
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Matt Vranic of Living Real Estate Group.
1,975/mo
1bd
1 ba
22-17 36th Street, Apt 1
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Stamatios Tsilimos of VORO NYC.
2,500/mo
2bd
1 ba
21-37 32nd Street, Apt 2
This 1 bedroom apartment is listed by Etie Khan of The Corcoran Group.
1,800/mo
1bd
1 ba
29-13 21st Avenue, Apt 2
This 2 bedrooms apartment is listed by Jessica Meis of Compass.
2,400/mo
2bd
1 ba
30-19 30th Street, Apt 3-F
This Studio apartment is listed by Klevis Metani of Compass.
1,800/mo
Studio
1 ba

About Astoria

Astoria, in Queens, is a primarily residential neighborhood that has a little bit of everything when it comes to apartment rentals. Historically, the area has been known to be very welcoming, hence a large immigrant community and family-friendly vibe and an abundance of single and multi-family homes as opposed to larger-scale rental buildings. That has been changing in recent years as rising prices and an influx of new residents searching for cheap apartments compared to neighboring Long Island City and Manhattan have moved into Astoria. This increased demand has also led to new high-rise developments that offer high-end finishes and amenities and are perfect for those looking for luxury apartments for rent in Astoria. The closer you are to the waterfront or LIC, the more you can expect to pay. All in all, the neighborhood remains a great value and choice for many thanks to its central location, which offers a convenient commute to midtown Manhattan as well as its diverse rental inventory. If you’re looking for luxury no-fee rentals in Astoria, you’re best off in the western half of the neighborhood, while if you want to search for cheap Astoria apartments, you’ll have more luck in the eastern half of the community.

Astoria Average Rent and Inventory

The average monthly rent for an apartment in Astoria is $2,587.
Studios in this neighborhood cost an average of $2,067 per month, one-bedroom apartments rent for $2,311, while two-bedroom apartments command an average rent of $2,754.