Apartments for rent in Prospect Heights
22 Rentals in Prospect Heights
About Prospect Heights
Prospect Heights has quickly become a destination for renters that have left Manhattan and other parts of Brooklyn in search of cheaper rental apartments. The neighborhood's location in central Brooklyn means that it's home to numerous transportation methods and subway stations, offering residents a quick and convenient commute to Manhattan. All this means that Prospect Heights is an excellent choice for renters who want to be in a central location that allows them to get around the city easily. The neighborhood is also great for those who want convenient access to Prospect Park, attracting an eclectic mix of outdoor lovers, families with young children, and pet owners alike. As an up-and-coming neighborhood with plenty of cuisines, leafy surrounding parks, and quick access to a variety of transportation methods, it continues to be one of the most energized areas in Brooklyn. When it comes to rental prices, it’s relatively easy to find affordable housing in Prospect Heights, at least compared to other parts of NYC. This is partly due to the area’s longstanding rent-controlled buildings that allow more access to the area. If your goal is to find a deal on a Prospect Heights apartment for rent, you should make sure that you're prepared to pay a broker fee as the supply of no-fee apartments is limited.
Prospect Heights Average Rent and Inventory
The average monthly rent for an apartment in the neighborhood is $3,453.
There are 5 studios available for rent in Prospect Heights. The average price for a studio is $2,321 per month.
There are 3 one-bedroom apartments for rent in the neighborhood with an average price of $2,641 per month.
There are 11 two-bedroom apartments for rent in Prospect Heights with a median price of $3,859 per month.