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Affordable New York apartments for families (Week of March 11)

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

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Riverside Dr #5

Two-bedroom in West Harlem, $2,495/month

Located less than a block from the northernmost part of Riverside Park, this two-bedroom in West Harlem offers great natural light, a brand new kitchen and marble bathroom, hardwood floors and a spacious living room. We envision filling it with a big fluffy couch that’s perfect for family movie night. 

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Riverside Dr #5

Two-bedroom in West Harlem, $2,495/month

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Riverside Dr #5

Two-bedroom in West Harlem, $2,495/month

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East 106 St & Lexington Ave

Two-bedroom in Kips Bay, $2,350/month

With a two-bedroom apartment five minutes from the 28th St. 6 train in Kips Bay, you and the family will be perfectly situated for easy travel around the city. This beautiful space offers hardwood floors, an open kitchen with an island for family dinners and a washer and dryer in the unit. It’s also ten minutes from Madison Square Park for weekend playtime with the little ones.

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East 106 St & Lexington Ave

Two-bedroom in Kips Bay, $2,350/month

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East 106 St & Lexington Ave

Two-bedroom in Kips Bay, $2,350/month

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9th Ave & West 52 St #3A

Two-bedroom in Hell’s Kitchen, $2,600/month 

Parquet floors and a pristine kitchen are just a few the best features in this Hell’s Kitchen home. A true two bedroom is perfect for a small family with kids, and the space’s living room affords enough square footage for a couch and dinner table. Catch the C and E at 50th St or the A, B, C and D trains at 59th St Columbus Circle to get the little ones to their after school activities on time!

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9th Ave & West 52 St #3A

Two-bedroom in Hell’s Kitchen, $2,600/month

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9th Ave & West 52 St #3A

Two-bedroom in Hell’s Kitchen, $2,600/month

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112 Emerson Pl & Myrtle Ave #4C

Two-bedroom in Clinton Hill, $2,500/month 

Looking for brand new everything? You’ll be one of the first families to live in this pretty Clinton Hill apartment. The kiddos will enjoy playing outside on the common roof deck and courtyard, plus there’s a fitness room for you parents. Other amenities include bike storage, hardwood floors, queen-size bedrooms and large closets. Grab the G at Classon Ave for travel into Manhattan.

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112 Emerson Pl & Myrtle Ave #4C

Two-bedroom in Clinton Hill, $2,500/month

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112 Emerson Pl & Myrtle Ave #4C

Two-bedroom in Clinton Hill, $2,500/month

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Saint Nicholas Ave & West 157th St

Two-bedroom in Washington Heights, $2,100/month 

This huge Washington Heights apartment offers two very large, sunny bedrooms (each with closet space)—we can guarantee your tweens and teens will be totally pleased. Both are large enough to fit a queen or king-sized bed, a desk, an armoire and anything else you may need, not that you’ll feel crunched for space in other parts of the apartment; the living room and kitchen are massive as well. Enjoy weekends exploring Highbridge Park and the climbing around on the Wright Brothers Playground if you have young kids.

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Saint Nicholas Ave & West 157th St

Two-bedroom in Washington Heights, $2,100/month

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Saint Nicholas Ave & West 157th St

Two-bedroom in Washington Heights, $2,100/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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