New York's 7 Most Affordable Cities
New York's Most Affordable City?
Syracuse and Rochester have the most homes for rent for less than $750 per month.
What's NYC's cheapest neighbourhood?
New Rochelle is the cheapest NYC suburb. House rent averages $2,185. Compared to Manhattan's $3,525 rent and NYC's $3,050 rent, this is affordable.
Cheektowaga is a western New York suburb in Erie County. Lake Erie and Lake Ontario are less than an hour from this city east of Buffalo.
New York's cheapest city is Syracuse. Syracuse is in Onondaga County in central New York. Rochester is 1.5 hours away and Albany is 2 hours.
Amsterdam's windmills and bicycles are famous. This time, we will cover a little town in New York that made our list of the cheapest places to live.
Buffalo is the city of good neighbours. The 2020 census reported 278,000 residents in Buffalo, New York's second-largest city.
Rochester, New York's cheapest city, situated between Syracuse and Buffalo. Both cities are less than 90 minutes from Rochester.
Albany is in eastern New York. NYC is less than three hours from here. Albany Pine Bush Preserve and Kaaterskill Wild Forest are near this Hudson River city.
Geneva is a small city on the northern end of Seneca Lake between Syracuse and Rochester. This is one of New York's cheapest neighbourhoods