The Market

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

By Alex Hughes  | November 13, 2012 - 11:06AM

Three-bedroom apartments are perfect for saving money with multiple roommates, or for growing families, or for those with larger wallets who want some extra room. The triple-bedroom apartments featured below were at the top of this week's Hot Dozen--the 12 rental apartments visitors clicked on most often over the past seven days.

An admittedly luxurious three-bedroom, three-bath condo at the Chelsea Modern (447 West 18th Street and 10th Ave) is listed at an eye-popping $14,400/month. The nearly 2,000-square-foot apartment boasts a balcony from which its tenants can see the High Line, and the apartment offers a custom-built kitchen with a walk-in pantry.

Up on the Upper West Side, a three-bedroom apartment in a full-service co-op at 251 Central Park West and West 85th Street (which also made last week's Hot Dozen) is listed at $11,500. More traditional than the previous deluxe apartment, the large pad is convertible into four bedrooms and is across the street from Central Park. There's a washer-dryer hookup but no dogs are allowed and you'll have to be approved by the board.

Down in Chelsea is a much more modestly priced three-bedroom apartment at 819 Sixth Avenue and 28th Street listed at $3,650/month, offering a great potential for students and young professionals to share a space and save a buck. The centralized location, not far from Penn Station, leaves entertainment, restaurant, shopping, and transportation options wide open.

For more of the most popular listings of the week--from studios to three-bedrooms, elevators to walkups--check out the links below. The building is a co-op, which means you'll need to be approved by the board.

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141 East 13th Street and 3rd Avenue - $1,500

138-140 East 31st Street and 3rd Avenue - $1,300

5 Tudor City Place and 1st Avenue - $1,600


6 7th Avenue South and Bleecker Street - $2,000

201 West 109th Street and Amsterdam Avenue - $1,600

221 West 28th Street and 7th Avenue - $1,895


2054 7th Avenue and West 122nd Street - $1,900

315 1st Avenue and 18th Street - $2,000

32 East 7th Street and 2nd Avenue - $2,375


447 West 18th Street and 10th Avenue - $14,400

251 Central Park West and West 85th Street - $11,500

819 Sixth Avenue West 28th Street - $3,650

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