Apartments for rent in Park Slope
98 Rentals in Park Slope
About Park Slope
As a truly classic and quintessential Brooklyn neighborhood, it's no surprise that many Brooklynites dream of moving into a Park Slope brownstone or townhouse. The community is one of the best in all of New York City and is well-known for its historic architecture and verdant tree-lined streets as well as its proximity to nearby Prospect Park. Apartments in the neighborhood are in high demand and usually command high rent prices thanks to the area's desirability. If you're on a budget, you may have trouble finding something that works unless you're willing to go with a walk-up that is on the periphery of the neighborhood. It can also be a challenge to find a no-fee apartment. If money is less of a concern and you prefer amenities, views, and luxurious finishes over immediate access and closeness to Prospect Park, you might have luck with some of the newer residential developments on the western edge of the neighborhood. Buildings like Landmark Park Slope are a great option if you're searching for Park Slope luxury apartments, and there's a good chance they'll also be no fee, but at the end of the day, nothing can compare to living in a brownstone on the edge of Prospect Park.
Park Slope Average Rent and Inventory
Studios in this neighborhood cost an average of $5,252 per month, one-bedroom apartments rent for $2,673, while two-bedroom apartments command an average rent of $3,562.