Studio Apartments For Rent in NYC

Studio Apartments for Rent

Are you looking for a cozy, minimalist lifestyle in the big city? Maybe you're looking to move out on your own for the first time, or you need a new place for your downtown internship. Whether it's for convenience or necessity, studio apartments can be the perfect fit for you.

Typical Renting Process

If you've looked for studio apartment rentals in Manhattan before, you know how stressful the process can become. If this is your first time, buckle up and learn — and do it the smarter, more convenient way. Here's how it all typically unfolds. You find an available apartment that you fall in love with — maybe it's listed in the paper or online. You call, text, or email the agent. A day or so passes, and you get one of two responses:

If the apartment is still available, you'll go look around inside, and you could still very much be in love with it — finalize your deal with the agent, and it's all yours! But more often than not, it's never that magical or easy. You might walk inside and realize the bathroom is way worse than what the images portrayed, or maybe the dimensions of the space are much smaller than what it appeared. Maybe you realize the neighborhood and community members aren't as welcoming as the agent Landlord made it sound like or that the sound echoes through all of the neighboring walls quite easily.

And then you repeat this process over and over again until you find a studio apartment for rent that is 100 percent available, hasn't been manipulated in the online ad, fits your needs and doesn't wildly exceed your budget.

With our app, there are no gimmicks. Our rental listings begin at $1,500 and are updated daily to reflect any changes. Agents shoot up to 60-second in-app videos of the studio apartment that are shown completely raw and in their purest form — totally unedited and filmed through the app, so the apartment cannot be manipulated in any way. You can also favorite a number of apartments if you're looking to compare between different areas, such as Flatiron District and Murray Hill. Once you find a place you like, you can get in touch with an agent right away and find your home.