A new study by real estate website RentHop has come up with the top ten most ‘livable’ neighborhoods for renters in New York City and as per usual (sadly), it’s safe to assume that not one Bronx neighborhood made the list.
But they did, however, provide which are the top in our borough.
Utilizing metrics such as population density, transportation, park coverage, cleanliness (poop/rodent complaints), quietness, renter friendliness, and safety, RentHop then calculated a score for each area.
So which neighborhoods made the list?
It isn’t surprising that Pelham Bay, Country Club, and City Island made the top of the list in our borough with a median 1 bedroom rent of $1,550 and a cleanliness score of 96.9 making it one of the highest marks in the city.
Check out the full list below:
You can also browse the map below and look through each neighborhood across The Bronx and NYC!