Behold this old-world gem in Central Harlem. The parlor-level home boasts outstanding original details, like copious wood paneling and trim, 13-foot ceilings, and an ornate decorative fireplace. The bedroom is downright massive, as is the eat-in kitchen, and there’s even a private deck in the back! Contact Christopher Crouch at Bohemia Realty for a virtual tour.
Yorkville remains a lovely residential oasis on the Upper East Side, and this 1-bedroom is a perfect perch near the Q subway line. Located on the 3rd floor of a pet-friendly elevator building, it boasts a king-sized bedroom, hardwoods, exposed brick, and new stainless appliances. Check out the video walkthrough on the listing, and contact agent Nick Agostinelli at Elegran for more information.
London Terrace Towers in West Chelsea is always a favorite. The popular complex features one of Manhattan’s only half-Olympic-sized indoor pools, plus a landscaped roof terrace and a fitness center. This bright studio features oak floors, beamed ceilings, and other prewar details paired with a super-chic kitchen remodel (including a dishwasher). Listed by Holly Parker at Douglas Elliman.
What a great location on 10th Street and First Avenue — a prime share opportunity for roommates who want to live in the heart of this eternally hot neighborhood. This 2-bedroom/2-bathroom unit could even be converted to a 3-bedroom, with plenty of space to spare. Listing agent Randall Smith at R New York notes that rent is net effective based on one month free.
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Renters are flocking to this luxury rental development near Prospect Park, and this gleaming, bright 2-bedroom shows why. The home features hardwoods, coved ceilings, big windows, and a huge kitchen with dishwasher. Impressive building amenities include a gym, a movie theater, garage parking, and a roof deck. Rafael Gutnick at Lang Realty is the leasing agent.
It’s hard to imagine a better value in NYC apartments for a May move-in! This 2-bedroom is a great place to spread out or share to save costs, with a bright interior, central air, and and a stylishly updated kitchen with dishwasher. The pet-friendly elevator building has a slew of amenities, including a furnished roof deck. Gift Saengpo-Reger at Nooklyn notes that rent is net-effective based on one month free.
The Refinery is an amenity-laden building in historic Clinton Hill. Tenants get full use of a fitness center, a garden, and a common roof deck with barbecues, a wet bar, and television. This bright 1-bedroom unit is extremely well outfitted as well: large windows, high-end appliances including a dishwasher, even in-unit laundry. Nicholas Lounsbury at MNS is the listing agent.
You’d be hard pressed to find a better deal in Park Slope. What this $1,800 studio lacks in square footage it makes up for in location: Just a couple blocks from Prospect Park, and less than a block from the action on Seventh Avenue. Check out the video walkthrough on the listing, and contact Choudry Akhtar at New York Dwellings for more info.
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What a great share opportunity just steps from the E, R, F, M, and 7 trains at Roosevelt Avenue. This 2-bed/2-bath with a balcony is in the new Roosevelt Parc complex, which boasts amenities like a gym, a media room, a garden, a roof deck, and more. High-end finishes and appliances include an in-unit Bosch washer and dryer. Contact the Heller Organization for more information.
This cute alcove studio is small but bright and well-appointed. It boasts a stainless steel kitchen and a separate sleeping area, plus there’s laundry in the building. Located just a few blocks from the N and W trains at 30th Avenue, and close to plenty of Astoria’s best restaurants. Check out the 3D tour on the listing, and contact Elias Marte at DJK Residential for more information.
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