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Average Rent in Brooklyn, NY

Avg. RentAnnual Change
Brooklyn Studio - $3,759+1%
Brooklyn 1 Bed - $4,455+5%
Brooklyn 2 Beds - $6,215+94%
Last updated 6/24/2024

Local Guide

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Local Reviews

Juniors cheese cake, near the brooklyn hospital. also near DUMBO and the manhantthan bridge. cobblestone streets and rich history

It is quiet, everything is nearby like grocery stores, toy/supplies stores and schools. There are also bakery, flower shop and parks.

They have outdoor activities nearby and my favorite business is Dunkin Donut and I like going to the field with friends and play

Store nearby/and going to the malls/and playing sport at the park/and hanging out with friends at restaurants

There's public transportation very close to my house and mostly everything I need is I'm walking distance

Well everyone gets along minds Thier business so oh I like to go to the beach with friends and family

Affordability

Percentage: 3/53/5

Renters gave this area a 3 out of 5 for affordability

Last updated 6/24/2024

*The rent information included in this summary is based on a median calculation of multifamily rental property inventory on Apartment Guide and Rent.com over the past 12-months and is for illustrative purposes only. This information does not constitute a pricing guarantee or financial advice related to the rental market.

Rent Trends

Average rent in Brooklyn, NY

In Brooklyn, NY, as of 2024, the average rent for apartments ranges from $3,759 to $6,215. Specifically, the average rent for a studio apartment in Brooklyn, NY is $3,759. For those seeking a 1-bedroom apartments, the average rent is $4,455. And for a 2-bedroom apartment, renters can expect to pay an average of $6,215.

Annual Rent Change Over the Past 12 Months

Studio

+1%

Changed from $3,722 to $3,759
1 Bed

+5%

Changed from $4,243 to $4,455
2 Beds

+94%

Changed from $3,204 to $6,215
Last updated 6/24/2024

Rent Ranges

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Compare Other Cities

CityStudio Avg RentAnnual Change
New York$4,490+3%
Hoboken$3,739+3%
Jersey City$3,685+2%
Long Island City$3,335+13%
Weehawken$3,136-10%
Newark$2,622+57%
Maplewood$2,312+7%
Stamford$1,927+4%
Queens$1,800+9%
Montclair$1,799+11%
Bronx$1,517-35%
City1 Bed Avg RentAnnual Change
New York$5,098-5%
Queens$4,285+114%
Weehawken$4,152+4%
Long Island City$4,112+13%
Jersey City$4,067+5%
Hoboken$4,039+22%
Newark$2,705+14%
Stamford$2,525-3%
Maplewood$2,410-3%
Montclair$2,047-3%
Bronx$1,767-32%
City2 Beds Avg RentAnnual Change
New York$7,157-11%
Long Island City$6,377+16%
Queens$6,045+142%
Weehawken$5,8700%
Jersey City$5,346+13%
Hoboken$4,829+10%
Newark$4,015+75%
Stamford$3,325-3%
Maplewood$3,122+2%
Montclair$2,449-9%
Bronx$2,0170%

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Transportation

Transportation Scores

Percentage: 9494

Walk Score®

Walkable

Yes

Say 180 of 293 renters

Has Sidewalks

Yes

Say 197 of 293 renters

Percentage: 8181

Bike Score®

Bike Friendly

Yes

Say 155 of 293 renters

Percentage: 9595

Transit Score®

They Are Located Near Public Transportation

Yes

Say 205 of 293 renters

Need A Car

Yes

Say 158 of 293 renters

Area Amenities

Top Score

Grocery Stores

5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Supermarket sweep. Brooklyn is top shelf for groceries.

  1. Few grocery stores per resident
  2. Significantly more grocery stores than average
  3. 82% more grocery stores than areas of a similar size

Retail Shops

5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Brooklyn is top of the shops for retail.

  1. Few shops per resident
  2. Significantly more shops than average
  3. 32% more shops than areas of a similar size

Pet Services

5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Purr-fect for pets. They'll wanna stay here fur-ever.

  1. Few pet facilities per resident
  2. Significantly more pet facilities than average
  3. 39% fewer pet facilities than areas of a similar size

Medical Care

5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

You're in good hands here - a top score for medical care.

  1. Few medical facilities per resident
  2. Significantly more medical facilities than average
  3. 32% fewer medical facilities than areas of a similar size

Gas Stations

5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Gas guzzlers will be in heaven here.

  1. Few gas stations per resident
  2. Significantly more gas stations than average
  3. 42% fewer gas stations than areas of a similar size

Restaurants

4/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Cooking skills not required in Brooklyn.

  1. Few restaurants per resident
  2. Significantly more restaurants than average
  3. 7% more restaurants than areas of a similar size

Nightlife

4/5 stars based on undefined reviews

You've got a good shot at a great night out in Brooklyn.

  1. Few bars and clubs per resident
  2. Significantly more bars and clubs than average
  3. 33% fewer bars and clubs than areas of a similar size

Health and Fitness

3.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Looking good! Brooklyn scores high for health and fitness.

  1. Few gyms per resident
  2. Significantly more gyms than average
  3. 21% fewer gyms than areas of a similar size

Coffee

3/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Things are heating up. Brooklyn gets a solid score for coffee.

  1. Few coffee shops per resident
  2. Significantly more coffee shops than average
  3. 32% fewer coffee shops than areas of a similar size

Parks

2.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

There's fresh air to be had here.

  1. Few parks per resident
  2. Significantly more parks than average
  3. 65% fewer parks than areas of a similar size

Fine Arts

2.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

It's just about fine for fine art. An average score.

  1. Few fine art centers per resident
  2. Significantly more fine art centers than average
  3. 22% fewer fine art centers than areas of a similar size

Area Features

Good Place To Raise A Family

Yes

Say 226 of 293 renters

Area Has Potholes

No

Say 222 of 293 renters

Noise Late At Night

No

Say 221 of 293 renters

Area Has Litter

No

Say 219 of 293 renters

Near Grocery Stores

Yes

Say 208 of 293 renters

Nearby Parks

Yes

Say 189 of 293 renters

Near Schools

Yes

Say 185 of 293 renters

Busy Streets

No

Say 180 of 293 renters

Mostly Older Buildings

No

Say 161 of 293 renters

Pet Friendly

Yes

Say 161 of 293 renters

Safe For Families

Yes

Say 147 of 293 renters

Well Lit

No

Say 163 of 293 renters

Tree Lined Streets

No

Say 164 of 293 renters

Quiet Area

No

Say 171 of 293 renters

Area Has Kids Play Outside

No

Say 174 of 293 renters

Near Highways

No

Say 206 of 293 renters

Maintained Yards

No

Say 211 of 293 renters

Near Downtown

No

Say 219 of 293 renters

Nice Views

No

Say 219 of 293 renters

Mostly Newer Buildings

No

Say 237 of 293 renters

Schools

Percentage: 4/54/5

School Score

How satisfied do renters feel with the schools in this area.

Top Schools in Brooklyn

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About

Brooklyn, NY

Overview of Brooklyn

With 2.5 million residents, Brooklyn packs in a lot of punch. This is New York City's most populous borough and its second largest. Immigrants have long flocked here-waves of Europeans, Latinos, Asians, Africans, and, yes, Midwesterners, too. Since the subways started running, Brooklyn has fed Manhattan with a steady diet of commuters. Now, many of those movers and shakers are considering Brooklyn apartments and rentals more than just a home base. Who needs Manhattan when Brooklyn offers so much? Its culture, its economy, and its more reasonable rents all combine to produce a pretty sweet sounding Brooklyn accent.

Living in Brooklyn

The Dutch were the first Europeans to plant a flag on this end of Long Island. The Village of Breukelen was what they called it in 1646. Twenty years later, the British stepped in, reorganizing the town into their Province of New York. It served as a base for the British during the Revolutionary War but then, as part of the new United States, it really found its footing. From 1800 to 1820, Brooklyn's population tripled, then it doubled again, and again by 1840. It enveloped the surrounding towns and reached its current boundaries by 1896. When the Brooklyn Bridge went up, residents voted to become a borough of New York City.

Brooklyn's modern history is a crisscrossing map of movement. Ethnic enclaves appear in one bit of the borough then shift to another as different waves arrive. Still, it's famous for how well everyone gets along. That's the Brooklyn motto-"Unity makes strength." Bedford-Stuyvesant is a cultural hub for African-Americans and the Caribbean community. Italians and Arabs congregate in Bay Ridge. Russians and Ukrainians choose Sheepshead Bay. Bushwick is largely Latino. And the latest wave? Say hi to the hipsters in Williamsburg.

Work & Study in Brooklyn

Brooklyn is a borough with a wealth of opportunity, both for study and work. City College of New York's Brooklyn College is considered one of the great bargains of higher education. It delivers academic excellence at an affordable price. You can find Brooklyn Law School downtown. The Pratt Institute, over in Clinton Hill, ranks as one of the leading arts, design, and architecture schools in the country.

Cost of Living in Brooklyn

Brooklyn's popularity is partially due to having cheaper rents and more space than in Manhattan. Studios in Brooklyn average $1,686 a month. In Tribeca, across the bridge, they can be $4,000. Of course, you'll find rents vary widely across this large borough. The cheapest areas are Bedford-Stuyvesant and Bay Ridge. The most expensive neighborhood of late is DUMBO, which stands for "Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass."

Brooklyn Attractions & Entertainment

Brooklyn doesn't skimp when it comes to culture. The Brooklyn Academy of Music has an opera house, theater, and cinemas. The Brooklyn Museum presents America's second largest public art collection. Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens keep the borough breathing easy. Need a thrill? Coney Island, one of America's first amusement parks, will take you on a spin-but hopefully not right after you've competed in Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest. For sports, things are looking up. The Brooklyn Dodgers may have moved to LA-still a sore point for locals-but the New Jersey Nets are packing their bags for Park Slope. They'll be the Brooklyn Nets in 2012 when the Barclay Center opens.

Brooklyn Special Events

Year-round, something's happening on the streets of Brooklyn. Don't miss the Coney Island Mermaid Parade in June or the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival in July. The West Indian American Day Carnival is the largest annual parade in New York City. Easier still, just grab a slice of pizza and watch the sun set over the city skyline. Take a stroll over the Brooklyn Bridge and try and believe that this is where you're lucky enough to live.

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