The expansive three-bedroom SoHo apartment at 53 Crosby Street and Spring Street is listed for the gasp-inducing price of $16,000/month. But the pricey pad is something to show off.

You're not a New Yorker if you don't hope to one day graduate from a life of hopping from okay apartment to mediocre one to, well, a hole-in-one stunner. This week's Hot Dozen -- the 12 rental apartments Streeteasy.com visitors clicked on most often over the past seven days -- features a few top-shelf apartments that might also work as shares for 20- or 30-somethings with some extra cash to spend.

A three-bedroom, two-bath furnished loft apartment at 105 East 16th Street and Park Avenue South is listed at $6,895/month for one year ($7,500 shorter term--could be perfect for a family doing a gut-reno of their own place). Half block walk to bustling Union Square, it comes fully furnished,  with central air conditioning and floor-to-ceiling windows. An in-unit washer and dryer rounds out the list of extras. 

Down in SoHo, a three-bedroom apartment at 53 Crosby Street and Spring Street is listed at the eye-popping $16,000/month. The loft-style apartment is on its floor and is in a building with only 6 other units. Coming to 2,500 square feet total, the apartment is large and beautiful, but deals a blow to the bank account.

three-bedroom apartment at 312 Bowery and Bleecker Street is listed at $6,000/month. It's not exactly a stunner, but it sports a private terrace that the listing proclaims is "the largest terrace you've ever seen." In other words, a great outdoor space that could make you question if you even need to go out and explore the neighborhood's hundreds of hip spots.

For more of the most popular listings of the week--from studios to three-bedrooms, elevators to walkups--check out the links below.

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Studios:

317 West 74th Street and Riverside Drive - $1,500

325 East 10th Street and Avenue B - $1,850

356 East 19th Street and 1st Avenue - $1,700

One-Bedroom:

111 West 16th Street and 6th Avenue - $2,399

270 West 12th Street and West 4th Street - $3,150

202 East 21st Street and 3rd Avenue - $2,500

Two-Bedrooms:

35 West 90th Street and Central Park West - $3,500

236 West 15th Street and 8th Avenue - $3,950

211 West 21st Street and 7th Avenue - $2,800

Three-Bedrooms:

53 Crosby Street and Spring Street - $16,000

312 Bowery and Bleecker Street - $6,000

105 East 16th Street and Park Avenue South - $6,985

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The StreetEasy Hot Dozen is a weekly roundup of the 12 rental listings clicked on most often by StreetEasy renters in the past 7 days.

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