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

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What can the (relatively) inexpensive price fo $1,600 get you in Manhattan? Well, three of the  studio apartments on this week's Hot Dozen--the 12 rental apartments visitors clicked on most often over the past seven days--fall just around that price tag.

A studio at 314 East 41st Street and Second Avenue is listed at $1,600 and is no fee. The 275-square foot apartment has a separate kitchen and large closets that maximize available space, both rarities  for studios. Bonus:  it's in a full-service prewar building.

Further south, a studio apartment at 309 East 18th Street and Second Avenue listed at $1,690 is already rented.The apartment has (had) bright windows and an eat-in kitchen.

In the West Village, a studio apartment at 284 West 12th Street and West 4th Street is listed at $1,650. The apartment is extremely small, but if location matters most, you may want to check it out.

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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314 East 41st Street and 2nd Avenue - $1,600

309 East 18th Street and 2nd Avenue - $1,690

284 West 12th Street and West 4th Street - $1,650


114 West 74th Street and Columbus Avenue - $2,199

400 West 45th Street and 9th Avenue - $2,000

54 Barrow Street and Bedford Street - $2,795


240 East 21st Street and 2nd Avenue - $3,295

150 West 92nd Street and Amsterdam Avenue - $3,699

102 Saint Mark's Place and 1st Avenue - $2,400


55 Leroy Street and 7th Avenue South - $4,500

336 East 19th Street and 1st Avenue - $4,500

150 West 84th Street and Amsterdam Avenue - $3,715



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