Apartments for rent in Brooklyn Heights
54 Rentals in Brooklyn Heights
About Brooklyn Heights
With its incredible waterfront location and a stunning collection of historic architecture, it’s no surprise that Brooklyn Heights has one of the hottest rental markets in New York City. This historic neighborhood, where George Washington once camped during the Revolutionary War, has long been known as a great place to settle. Renters are attracted to the area’s picturesque tree-lined streets, as well as an abundance of outdoor spaces and activities. Brooklyn Bridge Park, with its jaw-dropping views of the NYC skyline, is particularly impressive. There’s also plenty to do in terms of dining, shopping, and entertainment, as well as incredible access to public transportation. Renters who need to commute to Manhattan will find that to be a breeze.
Perhaps the biggest drawback of renting an apartment in Brooklyn Heights is the high prices you can expect to pay. The neighborhood is one of the most expensive in NYC, with rents that are higher than in many parts of Manhattan. The most expensive rentals in Brooklyn Heights are townhouses and luxury apartments in high-end condos. Some of the nicest luxury apartments in Brooklyn Heights are located at buildings like the Instrata Brooklyn Heights and the Clover House. Most of these properties are located close to the waterfront, on the most exclusive and well-kept streets in the neighborhood. That being said, there’s a good amount of inventory, with some older, more affordable units as well. There’s also a good supply of no-fee apartments in Brooklyn Heights. If a cheap rental is what you’re looking for, you’ll find some more affordable Brooklyn Heights apartments for rent east of Hicks Street. If you’re lucky, you might even score a studio for under $2,000 per month.
Brooklyn Heights Average Rent and Inventory
The average monthly rent for an apartment in the neighborhood is $5,522.
There are 10 studios available for rent in Brooklyn Heights. The average price for a studio is $3,295 per month.
There are 25 one-bedroom apartments for rent in the neighborhood with an average price of $4,023 per month.
There are 14 two-bedroom apartments for rent in Brooklyn Heights with a median price of $6,613 per month.