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

By Joe Lazauskas  | June 18, 2013 - 11:03AM

Fancy a convenient downtown location for your next rental? You're not alone. Three of this week's most clicked listings on StreetEasy are located in the Gramercy Park neighborhood.

A two-bedroom one-bath apartment at 202 East 21st Street and Third Avenue is listed at $2,800/month.   The bedrooms look tiny, but there's rooftop access and the building has an elevator.

Nearby in another elevator building is a no-fee studio apartment at 315 East 21st Street and Second Avenue listed at $1,895. There are no interior pics, but supposedly the apartment features a renovated kitchen with dishwasher and "top-quality" appliances paired with bathrooms boasting Carrera marble. The building even has an elevator, giving the pad an enticing amount of features.

Four blocks south, a three-bedroom apartment in a townhouse at 218 East 17th Street and Third Avenue is listed at $4,500/month. The big draw appears to be the generously proportioned private patio accessed through sliding doors.

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315 East 21st Street and 2nd Avenue - $1,895

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

310 West 20th Street and 8th Avenue - $1,300


98 Christopher Street and Bleecker Street - $2,295

429 East 65th Stret and York Avenue - $1,895

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

517 East 77th Street and York Avenue - $2,595


218 East 17th Street and 3rd Avenue - $4,500

245 West 25th Street and 8th Avenue - $4,800

43 Jane Street and Hudson Street - $6,000


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