Broome St

New York, NY 10002  |  Apartment

$3,254

2 beds, 1 bath, 600 sqft

Listing Info for Broome St

True and spacious apartment at 2nd floor unit with updated appliances $3,800 with 1 month. effective rent is $3,483 move in The apartment features a large size living room as it is the biggest apartment on the market right now in the LES for under $4,000! Living room is large enough for any size couch and a dining room table near the kitchen. Dishwasher and all brand new appliances in the apartment! Queen size bedrooms with closets. Extra closet in the living room. If you are looking for that massive living area and amazing size bedrooms with closets, you should...
this apartment.

Property Details

Rental Fee $3,254 Property Type Apartment
Bedrooms 2 Community Not available
Bathrooms 1 Zip 10002
Size 600 sq. ft. Pets Allowed Please inquire
ID # 46034868 Garage Please inquire
Direct Link rentalsource.com/46034868 Last Updated 2 days ago

Amenities & Features

Unit Amenities
•  Cable/Satellite TV
•  Dishwasher
•  Hardwood Floors
•  Microwave
•  Refrigerator
Community Features
•  Public Transportation

Rental Terms

1 Year Lease

Additional Info

Apartment located at Broome St in New York, NY 10002 has 2 beds, 1 baths, 600 square feet and available to rent for $3,254. Broome St was listed on RentalSource 24 days ago by Luis Noyola. Broome St is in zip code 10002 which is located in New York, NY. The rental price of $3,254 is 8% lower than the average rental price of $3,547 for apartment rentals in 10002 and 14% lower than the average rental price of $3,789 for apartment rentals in New York, NY.

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Unit Rates

Name Beds Baths Sq. Ft. Rent
2 Bedrooms 2 1 600 $3,254 /mth
2 Bedrooms 2 1 n/a $3,254 /mth

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