The Market

The StreetEasy Hot Dozen: 12 rentals that may or may not be available by the time you read this

By Emily Feldman  | December 13, 2011 - 10:17AM

Though this week's roundup of most gawked-at apartments on real estate site includes an enormous Soho loft fit for a reality television show, it also features unique apartments better suited for ... reality.

The $100,000/month Soho loft with an indoor pool and space for 350 guests resembles any music video mansion. Other Hot Dozen listings, meanwhile, are not as eye-popping, but certainly more interesting. This $2,950/month Greenwich Village studio has a quirky design—slanted windows, mezzanine sleeping area— that boosts the appeal of living in a single room. And this 2-bedroom loft in Tribeca has high ceilings and beautiful furnishings that can be yours, exactly as they are, for a bump in rent ($6,200/month compared to $5,550/month to take it unfurnished).

Pick through the rest, and if you need a hand, ask our own BrickUnderground Agent Referral Service to recommend a great agent to guide you through your search.





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