Affordable New York apartments for families (Feb 10)

The best NYC apartments are right under your nose—check out these places with kid-friendly amenities
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You already know the reasons why NYC is the best place to raise a family, right? But when it comes to finding a family-friendly apartment in Gotham, we know the odds are stacked against even the bravest of space-seekers. Lucky for you, we've rounded up our pick of the week's best two-bedroom NYC apartments, all priced between $1,800 and $2,600 per month. Just remember, if you love it, move fast-they'll be gone before you know it! Godspeed, dear renter, and don't forget the ten commandments of apartment hunting. Check back next week for more from real-estate site Zumper's inventory.

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584 Myrtle Ave #2B

Two-bedroom in Clinton Hill, $2,499/month

This gorgeous two-bedroom apartment has plenty of space for the kids! The kitchen is massive (plenty of room for a large kitchen table) and offers tons of cabinet and storage space. The living room has plenty of natural light, and each bedroom is super spacious. There’s also rooftop access, a live-in super and large closets!

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584 Myrtle Ave #2B

Two-bedroom in Clinton Hill, $2,499/month

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584 Myrtle Ave #2B

Two-bedroom in Clinton Hill, $2,499/month

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576A Morgan Avenue #2

Two-bedroom in Greenpoint, $2,300/month

This large, renovated two-bedroom apartment is a great fit for a new family. A railroad-style design makes it easy to check on the little ones, plus it’s right near McGolrick Park for family fun on the weekends, it has plenty of storage space and it’s pet friendly!

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576A Morgan Avenue #2

Two-bedroom in Greenpoint, $2,300/month

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576A Morgan Avenue #2

Two-bedroom in Greenpoint, $2,300/month

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6th Ave & 4th St

Two-bedroom in Park Slope, $2,400/month

This pre-war building offers plenty of charm—from ornate wood flooring to a fireplace area that’s been converted into living room shelving and ornate molding in every room, we’re in love! The apartment also features a wall with custom shelving to maximize storage space. Visit Washington Park nearby, and catch the R train at 9th St for easy travel around the city.

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6th Ave & 4th St

Two-bedroom in Park Slope, $2,400/month

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6th Ave & 4th St

Two-bedroom in Park Slope, $2,400/month

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Joralemon St

Two-bedroom in Brooklyn Heights, $2,550/month

Growing families need space. This massive apartment should do the trick! It’s a two-bedroom in a historic section of Brooklyn Heights, plus it’s less than five minutes from Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 5/6 and Brooklyn Heights Promenade.

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Joralemon St

Two-bedroom in Brooklyn Heights, $2,550/month

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Joralemon St

Two-bedroom in Brooklyn Heights, $2,550/month

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3rd Ave

Two-bedroom on the Upper East Side, $2,500/month

A cute, cozy pad for small families on the UES, this two-bedroom offers an exposed brick fireplace, quick access to the 86th St 4, 5 and 6 trains and pet-friendly policies. It’s also just a few blocks from the Guggenheim and Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum!

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3rd Ave

Two-bedroom on the Upper East Side, $2,500/month

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3rd Ave

Two-bedroom on the Upper East Side, $2,500/month

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