(DNAINFO) Nigel Chiwaya | January 12, 2016 — It’s the great New York dream — an apartment to yourself, free of roommates.
But where can you actually find one?
If the idea of sharing with roommates has got old and you don’t make the $130,000 needed to rent the average Manhattan apartment solo, finding your own pad might seem an elusive fantasy.
Don’t fret — we’ve crunched data from StreetEasy, looking at the 2015 median asking rent by neighborhood, and created the tool below that will give you a personalized look at where you can find a place for yourself.
Just enter your salary and we’ll show you which neighborhoods to start apartment hunting in.