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What You’ll Get Across NYC for $7,000 A Month

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Looking for an apartment for around $7,000 a month? You're in luck. We’ve got a roundup of what you can find this week, across Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens... and sometimes furniture's included.

TURTLE BAY, MANHATTAN: 2-bed, 2.5-bath duplex with a washer/dryer, floor-to-ceiling windows and a private terrace in an elevator building (that does not allow pets) at 309 East 49th Street (between First and Second). $7,000/month

SOHO, MANHATTAN: Fully furnished 1-bed, 1.5-bath condo with a dishwasher and central air conditioning in a doorman building with a fitness center and pet spa at 505 Greenwich Street (at Spring). $7,250/month

LINCOLN SQUARE, MANHATTAN: 3-bed, 1.5-bath parlor unit with a decorative fireplace and 14-foot ceilings in a building that allows pets at 46 West 69th Street (between Columbus and Central Park West). $7,000/month

BATTERY PARK CITY, MANHATTAN: 2-bed, 2.5-bath with a dishwasher, washer/dryer, wine cellar, and balcony in a doorman condo with a gym at 30 West Street (between First and Second Place). $7,000/month

WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: 3-bed, 2.5-bath duplex with a private terrace and washer/dryer in a pet-friendly building at 226 South Second Street (at Roebling). $7,500/month

COBBLE HILL, BROOKLYN: 3-bed, 1.5-bath duplex with a washer/dryer and a fireplace in a building that allows pets at 279 Warren Street (between Court and Smith). $7,000/month

BOERUM HILL, BROOKLYN: 3-bed, 3-bath duplex penthouse with four private outdoor decks in an elevator building with a virtual doorman at 328 Dean Street (between Third and Fourth). $7,250/month

PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN: 3-bed, 2.5 bath with a private planted garden and a separate laundry/mud room at 193 Berkeley Place (between Seventh and Eighth). $7,200/month

FOREST HILLS, QUEENS: 5-bed, 3 full-bath, 2  half-bath multi-family house with a wood-burning fireplace and finished basement in Van Court at 97-06 71st Avenue (between Juno and Ingram). $7,000/month


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