Apartments for rent in Harlem
204 Rentals in Harlem
Harlem's rich history and culture, along with its vibrant entertainment scene, have made it an attractive landing spot for renters that are willing to venture uptown. Recent years have seen a surge in demand for apartments for rent in Harlem. Rental prices have also skyrocketed as more and more new residents have moved into the burgeoning neighborhood. This increased demand has been driven by a combination of lower prices (compared to neighboring areas) and the fact that Harlem is centrally located in the heart of Upper Manhattan. The neighborhood is also the heart of the cultural and entertainment scene of Upper Manhattan. This means renters enjoy a plethora of benefits, including cheap rents (compared to the UES and UWS), great subway access, and proximity to Central Park. Some benefits of all of the additional development and interest in the neighborhood have been an increase in new businesses, with trendy new restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, and bars opening their doors on a seemingly daily basis. It has also become easier to find no-fee apartments and luxury apartments for rent, thanks to increased new development throughout the neighborhood. For those looking for a more traditional living space renting a Harlem brownstone might be a perfect choice. The neighborhood has a wonderful collection of pre-war brownstones and townhouses along its many tree-lined streets, many of which can be rented for a fraction of what it would cost to rent a comparable apartment a bit further south, on either the Upper West Side or Upper East Side.
Harlem Average Rent and Inventory
The average monthly rent for an apartment in the neighborhood is $3,786.
There are 28 studios available for rent in Harlem. The average price for a studio is $8,500 per month.
There are 72 one-bedroom apartments for rent in the neighborhood with an average price of $2,376 per month.
There are 66 two-bedroom apartments for rent in Harlem with a median price of $2,964 per month.