Real Estate 10 roommate-friendly rentals in NYC By BRITTANY HAMLETT-CONCEPCION Updated September 8, 2015 12:13 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email New York City living is all about getting the best bang for your buck. If that isn't already hard enough, living with roommates in a decent neighborhood for a decent price feels like an difficult task. Luckily, we've done the leg work for you to find the hottest pads NYC has to offer. 531 West 235th St., #6RF, Spuyten Duyvil Photo Credit: streeteasy.com This penthouse, located in the Northwest section of the Bronx, has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two terraces, floor-to-ceiling windows and huge closets. Just steps away from the 1-train, shops and restaurants, this Riverdale condo offers modern luxury. Rent it for $5,200 at streeteasy.com 156 Sherman, #B1, Inwood Photo Credit: streeteasy.com This 2,200-sq.-ft. condo boasts six bedrooms, two bathrooms, gigantic living space, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, a private garden and is steps away from the beautiful Inwood Hill Park. Rent it for $4,995 streeteasy.com 154 Woodward Ave., #2B, Ridgewood Photo Credit: streeteasy.com This four-bedroom apartment boasts modern kitchen appliances, laundry room on site, sky lights in the living area, frosted doors and is steps away from trendy restaurants and bars. Rent it for $3,600 at streeteasy.com 1706 Gates Ave., #1R, Ridgewood Photo Credit: streeteasy.com This duplex boasts spacious three bedrooms, two bathrooms, beautiful hardwood floors, new appliances and a basement area that can be used as an additional bedroom with back patio access. The building amenities include central air, a fitness room, a laundry room and a pool table. Rent it for $4,495 streeteasy.com 187 Meserole Ave., #1L, Greenpoint Photo Credit: streeteasy.com This modern duplex boasts four bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, kitchen with stainless steel appliances, central air, a shared backyard and is steps away from the G and L trains. Rent it for $4,600 at streeteasy.com 163 Carlton Ave., #4D, Fort Greene Photo Credit: streeteasy.com This 1600-sq.-ft. loft boasts four bedrooms, one bathroom, high ceilings with exposed wood beams, large windows and will be partially furnished with West Elm furniture. This hot pad is steps away from the Myrtle Avenue shopping district and Fort Greene Park. Rent it for $5,500 at streeteasy.com 490 16th St., #2, Windsor Terrace Photo Credit: streeteasy.com This 1,400-sq.-ft. duplex apartment boasts four bedrooms, two bathrooms on a tree-lined block just stops away from transportation, a local farmers market and Prospect Park. Rent it for $3,600 at streeteasy.com 227 Haven Ave., #2A, Hudson Heights Photo Credit: streeteasy.com This 1,500-sq.-ft. apartment boasts four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a formal dining area, beautiful hardwood floors, stainless steal appliances and granite countertops. It is just steps away from the A train and the building is pet friendly. Rent it for $4,150 streeteasy.com 1184 Halsey St., #3L, Bushwick Photo Credit: streeteasy.com This newly renovated condo has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, high ceilings with exposed wood beams, washer and dryer unit and is steps away from Irving Square Park and the L train. Rent it for $3,600 at streeteasy.com 556 West 126th Street, #2B, West Harlem Photo Credit: streeteasy.com This Harlem apartment boasts brand-new hardwood floors, an exposed brick wall, four full-sized bedrooms with closets, one bathroom and four weeks free rent by the landlord. Rent it for $3,585 < a href="http://streeteasy.com/building/556-west-126-street-Manhattan/2b" target="new">streeteasy.com By BRITTANY HAMLETT-CONCEPCION Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic This NYC parking space probably costs more than your apartmentThis is not your average parking space. 10 Bronx dream homes on the market nowHere are the hottest pads in the "northern borough." City Living: East New York is the newest up-and-coming nabeEast New York has the potential to become the next Williamsburg. Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.