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This former photographer’s studio and residence at 49 Howard Street is the kind of classic Soho loft that we don’t see too often these days. Comprised of 1,800 square feet of open space, the loft checks all the boxes: 11-foot tin ceilings, hardwood floors, oversized windows , exposed brick and industrial pipe shelving frame the third floor walk-up condominium unit, available to rent for $6,500 a month. You don’t have to be an artist to live here, but your art will look right at home if you happen to be one. And unique interior features–like a bronze soaking tub and stone infinity sink–keep things interesting.
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Perfect for remote workers, this Chelsea rental at 331 West 19th Street comes with a flexible floor plan that can be adapted to suit your working needs. In addition to a sunny master bedroom, the 1,400-square-foot unit has a dedicated (windowless) home office and two smaller rooms that could be used as an additional office, den, guest room, or even for extra storage (as you’ll see below). The practical pad is a floor-through unit on the first floor of a charming brownstone. It’s now available to rent for $6,500 a month.
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This cozy West Village rental at 32 Downing Street is definitely easy on the eyes. Located in a prime spot in a coveted neighborhood, this artfully renovated home has just enough room for one, and more than enough charm to go around. The asking rent is $4,195 per month.
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Tucked into the top of a 25-foot-wide townhouse at 842 Carroll Street in Park Slope, this attic aerie could just as easily be a Parisian pied-a-terre. The home has two bedrooms, a bath-and-a-half, a washer-dryer and a balcony–and it’s completely furnished, asking $5,800 a month.
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This one-bedroom Chelsea rental at 229 West 16th Street—currently available for a 12-month lease at $3,795 a month—comes with a large private backyard that has almost as much square footage as the apartment itself. Inside, the newly renovated pad is petite but has a few clever space-saving ideas. Outside, you can really spread out and enjoy more than 360 square feet of furnished, landscaped outdoor space.
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This furnished six-month rental opportunity at 236 West 78th Street on the Upper West Side is not only perfectly located near Central Park and Lincoln Center, the gorgeous loft-like home features a soundproof rehearsal studio space complete with professional lighting and theater seats, two home office spaces–and a sunny landscaped private patio. Available from November 1st thru April 30th, the 2,240-square-foot one-bedroom home is asking $10,000 per month.
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Available from January through August of 2019 at $5,250 per month, this freshly-renovated brownstone triplex at 458 Hancock Street in Bed-Stuy‘s coveted Stuyvesant Heights historic district presents a great opportunity to get to know the city and the neighborhood. Interiors are bright and spacious, and you don’t need to bring anything but your family or friends, and your toothbrush. The four-bedroom home with lots of space to spare plus a private deck and yard comes ready for living, complete with cool furniture and plants.
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The Landing at 15 Bridge Park Drive, the rental portion of the Pier 6 two-building development in Brooklyn Bridge Park, is preparing for a 2019 launch with a new website and new renderings of amenity spaces and exteriors, Curbed reports. 6sqft reported back in September that the lottery for 100 affordable housing units had officially opened. Rents for the tower’s 40 market-rate units will start at $3,100 per month and range from studios to three-bedrooms.
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From the wide-plank oak floors to the sleek contemporary kitchen and exposed brick walls, this two-bedroom loft in a former textile merchant’s building at 40 Walker Street looks like it could be the perfect bachelor pad, as long as the smooth operator in residence is willing to fork over $9,995 a month for the Tribeca condo.
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This three-bedroom East Hampton rental on a half-acre of landscaped greenery could be the perfect place to spend an end-of-summer getaway week (h/t Curbed). Dressed to the nines in on-trend decor and fun, fine finishes, this vacation home comes complete with heated pool, grill and outdoor fireplace for $12,000 a week in season or $40,000 a month ($20K after Labor Day).
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