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

By Joe Lazauskas  | June 12, 2012 - 11:18AM

New Yorkers went on a renting spree this week (it is rental high season after all), with 11 out of 12 of this week's Hot Dozen --the apartments visitors clicked on most often over the past 7 days--already rented.

The only apartment that's still available is a somewhat shabby looking $2,575 two-bedroom at 124 MacDougal Street and Minetta Lane - $2,575. At least one of the bedrooms appears to be a sleep loft, but that might be overlooked when you consider the central Greenwich Village location and the fact that there is no broker's fee.

Among the already-rented:

For more of the most popular and, alas, already-rented listings of the week--from studios to three bedrooms, to elevator buildings to walkups--that are no longer available, grab a tissue and check out the roundup below. For outside help, visit BrickUnderground’s Agent Referral Service, a free matchmaking tool that will help set you up with the right guide to help you find the right place.

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55 Leroy Street and 7th Avenue South - $1.700 

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

160 West 71st Street and Broadway - $1,750 


One bedrooms:

226 West 82nd Street and Broadway - $1,860

429 East 65th Street and York Avenue - $1,895 

111 Christopher Street and Bedford Street - $1,895 


Two bedrooms:

124 MacDougal Street and Minetta Lane - $2,575

78 Bedford Street and Commerce Street - $4,500 

104 West 96th Street and Columbus Avenue - $2,350 


Three bedrooms:

331 Lexington Avenue and 39th Street - $3,995 

132 Thompson Street and Prince Street - $3,231 

138 East 74th Street and Lexington Avenue - $3,500 



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