Bronx Apartments for Rent
$3,400 Spuyten Duyvil
1250 Sq. Ft., Large Dogs & Cats, Doorman, Elevator, Laundry Room, Dishwasher, Garage, Gym, On-site super, Outdoor Space, Parking, Pool, Storage Room, Terrace, Elevator/Laundry B...
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To help you compare apartments in the Bronx, we compile a list of the latest apts from multiple landlords and leading brokers serving the borough. Check out this page often, and refine your search by choosing what Bronx neighborhood you want to live in, your max rent, and the number of bedrooms.
First things first, Bronx apartments provide more value than those in more desired NYC boroughs. For example, you can find a 2 bedroom, 2 bath Bronx apartment for $2,500 in Riverdale with plenty of space, 24 hour doormen, in a luxury, elevator building. An equivalent apartment in a desirable Manhattan neighborhood would likely cost 50-100% more.
The Bronx, like the rest of NYC’s 5 boroughs would be considered a big US city by itself. The population is 1.4 million. To put that into perspective, San Diego and San Antonio, which are the 7th and 8th largest cities in the US respectively, are smaller in population than the Bronx. If you’re looking on a map, the Bronx is immediately north of Manhattan, separated by the East River.
When you’re looking for an apartment in the Bronx, you have to determine where you want to live. The West Bronx, South Bronx and East Bronx are all different. The most affluent area of the Bronx is typically considered to be Riverdale in the West Bronx. Here’s a listings of apartments for rent in Riverdale.
What’s there to do in the Bronx? You’ll want to check out some of its well known parks, including the massive Pelham Bay Park, and Crotona Park. The Bronx is also home to Yankee Stadium, which is in the South Bronx. If you’re a die-hard Yankee fan, you may just have to limit your apartment search to Bronx apts. If you want to live close to a shopping district, then you’ll want to find a place near the Bronx Hub.