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StreetEasy.com clicked on most often this past week. These tend to move fast, so if you're interested, act quickly. Studios: MURRAY HILL: 314 East 41st (between First and Second), $1,600/mo, no broker's fee CENTRAL HARLEM: 214 West 136th (between Frederick Douglass and Adam Clayton Powell), $950/mo WEST VILLAGE: 139 Waverly (between Sixth and Seventh), $1,699/mo One-bedrooms:
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Bathrooms at least 1 bathroom at least 1.5 bathrooms at least 2 bathrooms at least 2.5 bathrooms at least 3 bathrooms at least 3.5 bathrooms 4 or more bathrooms Presented by UPPER WEST SIDE: 201 West 95th (between Broadway and Amsterdam), $1,495/mo CENTRAL HARLEM- 29 West 118th (between Fifth and Lenox), $866 CHELSEA: 111 West 16th (between Sixth and Seventh), $2,499/mo, no broker's fee Two-bedrooms: YORKVILLE: 529 Easy 88th (between York and East End), $2,750/mo, no broker's fee GRAMERCY PARK: 202 East 21st (between Second and Third), $2,800/mo EAST VILLAGE: 622 East 11th (between Avenue B and Avenue C), $2,350/mo, no broker's fee Three-bedrooms: WEST VILLAGE: 63 Carmine (off Seventh Avenue South), $4,500/mo SOHO: 128 Thompson (between West Houston and Prince), $3.976/mo, no broker's fee EAST VILLAGE: 127 Second Ave. (between Seventh and St. Marks), $2,900, no broker's fee If the apartment you like requires a guarantor that you don't have, see if the landlord accepts Insurent , a great solution from one of BrickUnderground's sponsors. For more on how to rent in the city, check out our comprehensive guide for renters . New to NYC? Check out our crash course in finding an apartment here .