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Featured Apartments in New York
Oak Tree Garden Apartments is a garden style apartment community nestled in a scenic, park like location in Wappingers Falls, NY. Offering One, Two and Three bedroom apartments, Oak Tree Gardens is a wonderful place to call home. With free heat, hot water, plenty of parking, 24 hour on call maintenance and more, we try to provide the ultimate convenience factor. Located less than 5 minutes from the New Hamburg metro north station makes a trip to Manhattan a breeze.
Wappingers Falls NY, 12590
Introducing Manhattan's newest and best value in luxury rental apartments, Riverwalk Crossing. These inspired NYC flats are situated in a park on the river just four minutes from the heart of Manhattan's East Side.
Manhattan NY, 10044
Welcome to The Mariner Port Chester
Port Chester NY, 10573
Relax in the spacious comfort of your new home surrounded by the modern conveniences of Tor View Village Apartments.
Garnerville NY, 10923
Beautiful Community ... Excellent Location ... Very Spacious ...
Webster NY, 14580
Minutes from everything but far from ordinary...140 acres of a park-like setting to call home...Washer/dryer included...Modern kitchens...Free cable...
West Henrietta NY, 14586
Country Living Just 50 Minutes From Manhattan...Hudson Valleys Most Convenient Location...Affordable Luxury In The Heart Of The Hudson Valley...
Beacon NY, 12508
MANY IMPROVEMENTS TO OUR COMMUNITY! Located directly across from the Fort Drum main gate (route 11 North gate) Close to schools, restaurants and shopping centers. Quiet community with secured laundry facility on the premise.
Evans Mills NY, 13637
The manicured grounds of Medford Pond are just one of the inviting features of this elite community. The gated community is centrally located in Medford on route 112 one mile north of the Long Island Expressway, for easy travel. A multitude of amenities coupled with the latest design features redefine the meaning of luxury living.
Medford NY, 11763
The rental community of Heatherwood House at Patchogue offers residents a variety of affordable apartment styles within walking distance of the popular Village of Patchogue. Shopping, local restaurants, and a famous Long Island brewery can be found on the village's charming main street. The community has easy access to both Montauk Highway and Sunrise Highway for travel and commuter convenience.
Patchogue NY, 11772
The eleventh state in the Union, New York has long been a leader in the political, cultural and economic life of the nation. The Empire State is most famous for New York City, not technically the state capital, but without a doubt one of the most important cities in the country and in the world. Whether you're in the market for urban loft apartments or charming garden apartments in the countryside, New York has what it takes to be your new home.
What to Expect
Although the largest percentage of the state's jobs lies in the service sector, other important sectors include manufacturing, printing and publishing, mass communications, advertising and entertainment. New York ranks seventh in the nation in manufacturing, with more than 800,000 employees as of 2002. Agriculture figures in to some extent; the state's main farm products are cattle, corn, poultry and wine. Tourism is also an important source of income.
New York seems to do everything on a larger-than-life scale. There's New York City, of course, home to nearly 9 million residents and the nerve center of the nation. But there's far more to New York than this bustling metropolis, with its world-class theater, fine dining and round-the-clock entertainment. The state does nature on a scale just as big. Tourists and residents alike are awed by the spectacular Niagara Falls, the scenic mountains of the Adirondacks, the lush green Catskills, numerous crystal-clear lakes, the stately Hudson River and vacation retreat Fire Island.
New York State's overall cost of living is 20% above the national average, with housing costs bearing the brunt of it at 40% above the average. New York City is the main culprit of these high numbers; it's difficult to find affordable apartments for rent in the city, especially in popular boroughs Manhattan and Brooklyn, unless you're lucky enough to have a high-paying job, independent wealth or multiple roommates willing to squish in to tiny studio apartments.
Where to Explore
New York City Apartments It's 301 square miles and produces 26 million pounds of garbage every day. It's New York City, the Big Apple, where the song says that if you can make it there, you'll make it anywhere. There's plenty of industry and moneymaking happening in NYC. It's a leader in manufacturing (printing and publishing are foremost, followed by clothing), foreign trade, banking and entertainment (especially theatrical production). It's also home to the New York Stock Exchange, the largest stock exchange in the world. If you.ve heard the stereotypes about cramped, overpriced NYC apartments, you already know that apartment rentals don't come cheap here.but the benefits to living here are many, with the endless employment and entertainment opportunities at your doorstep. The overall cost of living here is 364% compared to the national average, making it just slightly less than California's Silicon Valley, the most expensive area in the nation. Average apartment rentals go for $1,600 per month, with utilities costing an average of $189 per month.
Albany Capital of New York State since 1797, Albany has been called "the jewel in New York's crown." With a population of only about 100,000, it maintains a more neighborly feel than you might find in bigger New York cities, like NYC, Buffalo and Rochester. Historic architecture, extraordinary museums, interesting restaurants and the newly renovated Capitol building are just a few of the attractions that residents and visitors appreciate. Another fact to appreciate: Albany enjoys an overall cost of living below the national average, including houses and apartments. In fact, the average cost of apartments for rent is only $600 per month.