Live out your urban fantasy: 6 beautiful exposed brick apartments for rent in NYC

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Like hardwood floors and washer-dryers, exposed brick walls are one of the most coveted  (and classic) apartment features in New York City. This week, the TripleMint team rounds up six one-bedroom and studio apartments that feature brick walls, gorgeous wood floors and other high end features.

A tech-savvy brokerage whose agents are paid bonuses based on your satisfaction, TripleMint eliminates many of the annoyances usually associated with a NYC apartment search. You can search the same listings the pros are searching right on the TripleMint site, and instead of emailing a dozen different brokers, see all your picks with a single agent. Once you’ve signed your lease, TripleMint keeps the perks coming, with exclusive deals on moving companies, cleaners, delivery services and more. In keeping with the firm's ethical ethos, TripleMint donates a portion of every brokerage fee to the housing charity Rebuilding Together NYC, so for each person they help find a home, a family in need can stay in theirs.

Above: Located in a prewar building in tree lined South Williamsburg, this one-bedroom was recently renovated with all the bells and whistles. Large windows and ample recessed ceiling lights give the space a photogenic atmosphere, illuminating ebony hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances in a gourmet kitchen with Carrara marble counters. You’ll also find a luxury bath with mosaic tile work and an in-unit washer/dryer tucked away. $2,700/ month. Learn more or make an appointment >>

Above: This gut-renovated one-bedroom unit in a 19th-century building offers the best of both past and present. Situated on one of the quieter blocks in happening NoLita, the apartment is gorgeous and spacious. Features include in-unit washer/dryer, bleached-plank hardwood floors, recessed lighting, stainless steel appliances, original crown and baseboard moldings, plus a cyan blue marble bathroom. $3,400/ month. Learn more or make an appointment >>

Above: Just a short stroll from Central Park in a prewar building on a stately block in Lenox Hill, this one-bedroom benefits from a live-in super, plus newly renovated interiors. Enjoy hardwood floors, cherry wood cabinets, a marble bath and a laundry room in the building. $2,750/ month. Learn more or make an appointment >>

Above: Not only is this one-bedroom elegant enough for the Upper East Side, it’s unusually spacious for the neighborhood, given its cost. Eye candy includes a sleek, modern marble bathroom, recessed lighting, stainless steel appliances and original crown moldings. The prewar building includes a laundry room. $2,600/ month. Learn more or make an appointment >>

Above: With pale brick walls and windows facing the tops of trees that are older than the historic buildings across the street, this Upper East Side studio feels like it belongs on a New England main street. It does not, however, include the downsides of being quaint and cozy. Newly renovated, its features include an in-unit washer/dryer, recessed lighting, bleached-plank hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. $2,300/ month. Learn more or make an appointment >>

TripleMint is a technology-enabled real estate brokerage that is the refreshingly simple way for New Yorkers to buy, sell and rent apartments.

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