The Market

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

By Joe Lazauskas  | June 11, 2013 - 10:57AM

Rentals move fast in NYC, especially this time of year. And this week's roundup of the most-clicked-on rental listings on StreetEasy suggests you need to move extra fast to score an apartment near Central Park.

Exhibit A: You're a bit too late for this studio apartment (pictured) at 31 West 85th Street and Central Park West listed at $1,500/month, but for the record, it was a third-floor brownstone walkup with a full kitchen and some nice prewar detailing at a relatively low price.

Similarly, a studio apartment at 113 West 73rd Street and Columbus Avenue is already gone. Listed at $2,100/month, it was located directly between vast Central Park and UWS transportation and shopping hub of West 72nd Street and Broadway.

A three-bedroom apartment at 16 West 76th Street and Central Park West is listed at $7,000/month. The spacious apartment features a private garden, and it's less than half a block from Central Park..

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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31 West 85th Street and Central Park West - $1,500

314 East 14th Street and 2nd Avenue - $1,600

112 West 73rd Street and Columbus Avenue - $2,100


233 East 12th Street and 2nd Avenue - $2,500

327 West 21st Street and 8th Avenue - $1,650

29 West 118th Street and 5th Avenue - $866


202 East 21st Street and 3rd Avenue - $2,800

622 East 11th Street and Avenue B - $2,400

210 East 10th Street and Bleecker Street - $3,500


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

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

16 West 76th Street and Central Park West - $7,000


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