Eye candy: 8 must-see NYC apartments you can rent right now

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In the market for a sleek two bedroom with Hudson River views , an Upper East Side home with room for the whole family, or an airy Lower Manhattan loft? Rental search site, RentHop helps you zero in on your perfect place more efficiently by assigning a HopScore (a ranking of listings by quality) to each apartment. Following is a current sampling of what RentHop has to offer. Our advice: If you like what you see, don’t delay. 

Two bedroom (flex-three), two bath at 321 East 69th Street on the Upper East Side, $4,100

A loft-like living room and large kitchen (with plenty of cabinets, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops), plus two full baths make this uptown rental both family and roommate-friendly. Bonus: the space off the entrance of the apartment makes a convenient den, office, playroom or even third bedroom, plus there's central air conditioning.

One bedroom, one bath at East 61st Street and 2nd Avenue on the Upper East Side, $2,700

Say goodbye to cookie cutter. This one bedroom pet-friendly rental has charm to spare thanks to exposed brick walls, glass-paned French doors, a marble bath and a gourmet kitchen (with stainless steel appliances, of course). Its location within walking distance of great shops, restaurants and Central Park doesn’t hurt either.  Bonus: No broker's fee on this one.

One bedroom, one bath at 45 Wall Street in the Financial District, $3,800

Who needs a drafty, decrepit loft when you can have a lofty one bedroom with a chic stainless steel and glass kitchen, oak floors, great closet space and a large sleeping alcove in an amenity-packed doorman building with a roof deck and a swish gym, too?

Three bedroom, two bath at 320 Greene Avenue in Clinton Hill, $4,750

Imagine cooking and dining in this oversized, light-filled kitchen. Then imagine spreading out over this duplex's three bedroom, two bathroom space with its private terrace, central heat and AC and washer/dryer hookup. Get the picture?

One bedroom, one bath at 200 West End Avenue on the Upper West Side, $4,250

Fans of opera, ballet and classical music will appreciate this Costas Kondylis-designed pet-friendly one bedroom rental for its built-in library, open chefs kitchen, in-unit washer/dryer and marble bathroom—and, especially, its proximity to Lincoln Center.

Two bedroom, two bath at 350 West 50th Street in Midtown Manhattan, $6,200

If a panoramic view of Manhattan and beyond tops your list of apartment must-haves, then this light-soaked, 1,100-square-foot, 22nd floor home with plenty of high-end details (stainless steel appliances, in-unit washer/dryer, fitness center in the building) is for you.

One bedroom, one bath at 101 West 24th Street in Chelsea, $5,100

What do you get when you combine the best features of a loft (like 11+ foot ceilings, tall windows, open chefs kitchen) with all the benefits of a lux condo (think doorman, concierge, central heat and AC, a fitness center with its own b-ball court)? This one-bedroom rental in The Chelsea Stratus, which features all of the above, plus appliances by Subzero, Fisher & Paykel, Asko and more.

RentHop is a search engine to find apartments for rent that uses mathematical algorithms to aggregate and score listings inventory from top landlords and brokerage firms. With over 6 years of NYC apartment rental data and millions of listings observed, RentHop’s proprietary HopScore sorting ensures renters find high quality listings posted by trusted managers and agents.

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