This Week’s Apartment Rental Roundup: Glass Ceiling Edition


Are you looking to get ahead? Tired of trying to break the glass ceiling? Well, success begins at home, and we have the best places to call home.

All new everything. (Courtesy Street Easy/HERECROFT GROUP INC)

All new everything. (Courtesy Street Easy/HERECROFT GROUP INC)

1973 70th Street #3
Available: August 1
Price: $2,100/month
Size: 2 bedroom/1 bathroom
Details: This newly gut renovated two bedroom is a perfect place to make a new start. Everything is fresh and ready to create new history.

1110 East 79th Street
Available: Now
Price: $3,500/month
Size: 3 bedroom/1.5 bathroom
Details: Once you break the glass ceiling, you deserve a place befitting your success. This private house with three bedrooms, with easy access to golf, is just the place to enjoy the fruits of your labour.
Contact: Dave Ratner of Warren Lewis Sotheby’s International Realty, (718) 747-8215

936 71st Street, #3
Available: August 1
Price: $2,300/month
Size: 3 bedroom/1 bathroom
Details: This three bedroom pad has a full sized kitchen with an island, plenty of closet space for your suits and pantsuits, and a great location. It’s just the place for someone who is ready to shatter the glass ceiling.
Contact: Chris Wheat of Maximus Realty Group

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  • Casual Observer

    So apartments #1 and #3 are for those ready to shatter the glass ceiling and #2 is for those who already shattered it according to description? Thanks for clarifying.

    Success begins at home, if that home is a terribly overpriced apartment in Dyker Heights, apparently.

  • Larry Litmanen

    In Bay Ridge one bedroom on Shore RD goes for $1,800.

    So a two bedroom in an area that is closer to train and completely renovated apartment being over $2,000 is about inline with the market……… sadly.

    • Sean F

      Amazing what is market rate today. 20-some years ago I had an apartment near the 71st Street place being advertised. Second floor in a brownstone, 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, bath and storage room. $600 per month, gas and heat included. Landlord apologized deeply and sincerely when he raised it to $650 after 2 years, but we paid it gladly because it was such a great apartment, and the owners were lovely people.

    • PolishGuyFromBrooklyn

      $1,800 for one bedroom its just insane ! Its better to get a mortgage and buy a house.