Daylight Savings Time is about to reset the clock. That means it’s time to settle in for the coming winter. We sorted through listings to find the best NYC rentals for a November move in. These 5 Manhattan and Brooklyn rentals are ready to move into right now. Which would you pick?
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We kick off our tour of NYC apartments for a November move in at the Aurum. The Central Harlem condo is known for environmentally friendly materials and a slew of amenities. This bright and spacious 1BR offers an open kitchen with breakfast bar and dishwasher. Plus, a washer/dryer means never leaving home to do laundry! Neil Porter and Brian Noone at Douglas Elliman are the listing agents.
For our next NYC apartment for a November move in, we head to Murray Hill. This 1BR sits in a beautiful Art Deco prewar. Architectural details include original oak floors, beamed ceilings, and oversized casement windows. There’s a well-designed kitchen and lots of built-in storage, too. Morgan Turkewitz at Compass is the leasing agent.
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Spread out on the Lower East Side in this roomy rental. This NYC apartment for a November move in has a separate windowed kitchen, a bright bedroom, and cute arched doorways. It’s a homey pad that puts you in the thick of things downtown. (And only a few blocks from Essex Market.) Moran Khousravi and Bethany Anderson at Bond New York have the listing.
Act fast for this gleaming East Village 1-bedroom! More than 165 StreetEasy shoppers already call it a favorite. No wonder: Besides its hot location, it’s been completely remodeled. The slick new kitchen has plenty of cabinets and room to cook. The subway-tiled bathroom is new too. And a brick wood-burning fireplace kicks it all up a notch. Senad Ahmetovic and Rares Stein Orzata at Brown Harris Stevens are the listing agents.
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This NYC apartment for a November move in makes a fitting finale. It’s a lovely prewar 2-bedroom with grace and space, just a block off Prospect Park. There’s loads of original trim and charm. Yet it’s also updated to perfection, with a new kitchen and renovated bathroom. Listed by Jerry Minsky, Jason Abrishami, and Erika Sackin at Douglas Elliman.