A  one-bedroom apartment at 43 Greenwich Avenue has a massive private outdoor deck and a highish rent ($4,300/mo) but that didn't stop someone from snapping it up already.

Spring weather has finally hit NYC (80 degrees today, whaaat?!) and three apartments in this week's Hot Dozen--the 12 rental apartments Streeteasy.com visitors clicked on most often over the past seven days--feature outdoor spaces where you can soak up the sun.

A one-bedroom apartment at 43 Greenwich Avenue and Charles Street, has already been snapped up despite its pricey rent of $4,300/month. That's probably because of the in-demand West Village location and the rare (and large) private deck that's bigger than most NYC apartments. No wonder it's snapped up already.

Head uptown to a more economical studio apartment at 244 West 64th Street and West End Avenue is listed at $1,450/month.The apartment building boasts a 24-hour concierge, free gym, laundry room, and shared landscaped courtyard where you can get appreciate the outdoors without going to Central Park just a few blocks away.

A three-bedroom apartment at 220 East 22nd Street and Third Avenue is listed at $5,250/month with no broker's fee. The penthouse apartment has a large private deck, two bathrooms, and closet space that add up to make it an extremely enviable pad.

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:

325 West 45th Street and 9th Avenue - $1,375

244 West 99th Street and Broadway - $1,399

244 West 64th Street and West End Avenue - $1,450

One-Bedrooms:

43 Greenwich Avenue and Charles Street - $4,300

345 West End Avenue and West 76th Street - $1,950

229 West 101st Street and Broadway - $1,895

Two-Bedrooms:

241 East 14th Street and 2nd Avenue - $2,850

622 East 11th Street and Avenue B - $2,290

176 Thompson Street and West Houston Street - $2,795

Three-Bedrooms:

30 Carmine Street and Bleecker Street - $4,950

245 West 25th Street and 8th Avenue - $4,500

220 East 22nd Street and 3rd Avenue - $5,500

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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.