There’s so much to think about during a move, especially if you’re moving from far away or into your very first place. But it’s possible to easily knock one thing off that list: furniture. There are plenty of furnished rentals in NYC, many offering both short- and long-term leases. Here are five great ones available right now in Brooklyn and Manhattan.
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Our first furnished NYC rental is a stylish spot in popular Hell’s Kitchen. This 1-bedroom offers flexible lease terms starting at 6 months. In addition to the furniture, the unit also has beautiful details built right in. For instance, the decorative fireplace in the living room. There’s also picture molding and French doors that provide a classic feel. Listed by Jeanie Danis of Douglas Elliman.
Next up is a beauty in Bushwick. This furnished NYC rental has been well renovated with smart technology and luxurious finishes. The kitchen features gorgeous teal cabinets, open shelving, and a SMEG refrigerator. And we love the whitewashed brick throughout. Plus, there’s a co-working space and a laundry room in the building! Listed by Kyle Davis of EXR.
If you love Central Park — and who doesn’t? — you’ll think this is the best furnished rental in NYC. The elegant building, where the Upper East Side meets East Harlem, directly faces the park. Beamed 13-foot ceilings and tall windows keep things feeling airy and bright. In addition, there’s also a small alcove that’s set up as a home office. Listed by Maryann Johnson of Brown Harris Stevens.
Ah, Tudor City. This furnished rental is perfectly located near NYC landmarks like Grand Central and the U.N. It might be small, but it sports huge casement windows and a balcony overlooking the river! And the provided furnishings also include bedding, cookware, and a TV, so it’s truly move-in ready. Listed by Celeste Pandhi of Sotheby’s.
Our final furnished rental in NYC is nestled between several parks in picturesque Hamilton Heights. How’s this for storage space: The bedroom and living room are separated by a dressing area with four closets! And that doesn’t even include the closet in the bathroom. Plus, a lovely bay window accents the living area and kitchen, letting in plenty of sunlight. Listed by Jim Farah of Compass.