Considering moving uptown? We don’t blame you. Home to generations of soul food institutions, jazz clubs, and the iconic Apollo Theater, Harlem is one of the most energizing neighborhoods in New York City and a perfect one to settle down in. It’s vibrant energy even we couldn’t resist. That’s why we’ve opened two homes, Common Hamilton and Common Lenox, there within the past year. Keep reading to find out what you can rent in Harlem for $2,000 per month.
1. Studio for $1,825/month
This studio in South Harlem features hardwood flooring, stainless steel appliances, and a large window. It offers a compact living space with a tiled bathroom and a small kitchen. Located on the first floor of a three-story building, this studio is conveniently located near A/C, B/D, and 2/3 train stations.
2. Studio for $1,950/month
A studio apartment in the same area offers a larger space with a sunny bedroom, large closet, and a small kitchen, complete with a dishwasher. Laundry is offered within this seven-story building. Like the first studio, public transportation options include the A/C, B/D, and 2/3 trains.
3. One-bedroom for $1,996/month
This one-bedroom apartment within a five-story building highlights its large rooms, a queen-size bedroom, and ample closet space. The kitchen has a fair amount of storage space, and the tiled bathroom is clean and simple. Close to the 2/3 and B/C trains as well as Central Park, the home makes getting around the city easy.
4. One-bedroom for $1,975/month
Another one-bedroom apartment — just blocks from Central Park — has a bedroom with large windows, a separate, compact kitchen, and a pink-tiled bathroom. The seven-story building has an elevator and laundry room. Plus, there’s a live-in super.
5. Common Lenox in Harlem starting at $1,690/month
Common Lenox is our newest home in Manhattan. This historic, five-story building comes equipped with an elevator, furnished suites, and a gorgeous rooftop.Starting at just $1,690, Common Lenox provides easy access to everything that’s great about New York City. Step out into Harlem, where you’ll find an outstanding entertainment scene, quality bars, clubs, and eateries. Or take the nearby 2/3 and 4/5 trains straight to downtown Manhattan.You can move into Common Lenox today, and take advantage of all the perks of a Common membership: private bedrooms, ready-to-use kitchens with high-end appliances, free WiFi, in-suite laundry, weekly professional cleanings, a lightwell, garden, and large community space. Tour Common Lenox today.