Affordable New York apartments for families (July 22)

All for $2,600 and under, these five affordable New York apartments will house you and your family in style

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Photograph: Courtesy Zumper/Aptsandlofts.com380 S 4th St #9 Two-bedroom in Williamsburg, $2,520/month   This no-fee apartment in the heart of Williamsburg puts you near the best shops, restaurants and nightlife in town. The newly renovated pre-war building offers crown molding, a marble bathroom, hardwood floors and a kitchen decked out with stainless steel appliances for cooking family dinners. It also offers painted brick accent walls, in-unit laundry and is located in a building just steps from the Hewes St J and M and the Broadway G trains.
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Photograph: Courtesy Zumper/Aptsandlofts.com380 S 4th St #9 Two-bedroom in Williamsburg, $2,520/month
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Photograph: Courtesy Zumper/Aptsandlofts.com380 S 4th St #9 Two-bedroom in Williamsburg, $2,520/month
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Photograph: Courtesy Zumper/BondFirst Ave and E 92nd St Two-bedroom on Upper East Side, $2,300/month   This cozy apartment is great for a small NYC fam—there’s a huge kitchen with plenty of space for a family-sized dinner table, brand new stainless steel appliances and ample cabinet space for all your cookware (and, of course, snacks). Bedrooms are also on opposite ends of the space so parents can have a little privacy. Catch the 6 train a few blocks away at 96th St for travel around town, or hang nearby at the Marx Brothers Playground, Carl Schurz Park and Bobby Wagner Walk.
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Photograph: Courtesy Zumper/BondFirst Ave and E 92nd St Two-bedroom on Upper East Side, $2,300/month
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Photograph: Courtesy Zumper/BondFirst Ave and E 92nd St Two-bedroom on Upper East Side, $2,300/month
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Photograph: Courtesy Zumper2720 14th St #3 Two-bedroom in Long Island City, $2,200/month You’ll appreciate this apartment’s large kitchen pantry, cherry wood cabinets, dark hardwood floors, professional-grade gas stovetop, huge living room for playtime with the kiddos and two spacious bedrooms. The building is also less than ten minutes from Dutch Kills Playground, Ravenswood Playground and Rainey Park for outdoor adventures and the 36th Ave N and Q trains for getting around town.
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Photograph: Courtesy Zumper2720 14th St #3 Two-bedroom in Long Island City, $2,200/month
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Photograph: Courtesy Zumper2720 14th St #3 Two-bedroom in Long Island City, $2,200/month
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Photograph: Courtesy ZumperFirst Ave and E 73rd St #445R Two-bedroom on Upper East Side, $2,600/month Pet-owners rejoice! This building welcomes dogs and cats, so your favorite furry family members are welcome to come with. The living room is huge and sunny, with plenty of room for a cozy sectional, bookshelves and a big toy chest for the little ones. There’s also a small hall closet for stowing shoes, coats and whatever else comes home from school!
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Photograph: Courtesy ZumperFirst Ave and E 73rd St #445R Two-bedroom on Upper East Side, $2,600/month
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Photograph: Courtesy ZumperFirst Ave and E 73rd St #445R Two-bedroom on Upper East Side, $2,600/month
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Photograph: Courtesy Zumper5 W 43rd St #5E Two-bedroom in Midtown, $2,550/month Small families looking for a centralized spot to settle down can’t beat this two-bedroom in Midtown East, within walking distance of virtually every subway line. By putting the little ones in the far bedroom and taking the middle room for Mom and Dad, the railroad setup becomes completely workable. With multiple windows throughout, you’ll have plenty of sunlight, and when you need a dose of fresh air, make the short trip up to the roof (this unit is on the top floor!) for killer views of Manhattan. Bryant Park and the New York Public Library are reliable standbys for boredom-busting.
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Photograph: Courtesy Zumper5 W 43rd St #5E Two-bedroom in Midtown, $2,550/month
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Photograph: Courtesy Zumper5 W 43rd St #5E Two-bedroom in Midtown, $2,550/month

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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