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

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Looks like three (thousand) is the lucky number this week. The Hot Dozen--the 12 rental apartments Streeteasy.com visitors clicked on most often over the past seven days--features three two-bedroom apartments for $3,000/month apiece.

Just steps from Hudson River Park and the Highline is a two-bedroom apartment at 322 West 11th Street and Greenwich Street listed at, you guessed it, $3,000/month. Each of the apartment's two bedrooms has windows (with window bars, as this is a first-floor unit) and can fit a full bed, and the place has high ceilings and wood floors.

Up in Midtown East, a two-bedroom apartment at 953 Second Avenue and East 50th Street is listed at $3,000/month with no broker's fee. The two-bedroom apartment boasts one-and-a-half marble bathrooms and is located in a private townhouse, adding an air of classiness that is rare to find in well-priced Manhattan abodes. There's a live-in super, central air and pets are allowed. Added bonus: a washer and dryer in the apartment.

Also for $3,000/month is a two-bedroom apartment at 364 West 30th Street and Ninth Avenue. The apartment, a floor-through unit in three-story walk-up building, is perched on the edge of Chelsea and Midtown West and is only a short walk from transportation hub Penn Station. There's a washer and dryer and pets are allowed.

For more of the most popular listings of the week--from studios to three-bedrooms, elevators to walkups--check out the links below.

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Studios:

314 East 41st Street and Tunnel Street - $1,600

400 West 12th Street and 12th Street - $6,000

325 West 45th Street and West 9th Street - $1,375

One-Bedrooms:

221 West 28th Street and 7th Avenue - $1,875

26 Leroy Street and Bedford Street - $1,850

60 West 91st Street and Columbus Avenue - $1,900

Two-Bedrooms:

322 West 11th Street and Greenwich Street - $3,000

953 2nd Avenue and 50th Street - $3,000

364 West 30th Street and 9th Avenue - $3,000

Three-Bedrooms:

450 Amsterdam Avenue and West 81st Street - $4,000

244 West 64th Street and West End Avenue - $2,950

120 East 4th Street and 1st Avenue - $3,595

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