Here now, the top ten most popular Manhattan rental listings of the last week, based on pageview data from our friends at StreetEasy.
10) 560 West 43rd Street, Midtown
Even though this listing for a one-bedroom isn't actually a one-bedroom, it still seems like a pretty nice placeif you don't mind having a roommate. The rent for this "master bedroom" in the apartment is $1,650, and it comes with the amenities fee paid in full. So you get access to a "full gym, swimming pool, rooftop, sundeck, movie theater/ billiards, laundry room. Fresh fruit and coffee in the morning, valet service, and 24 hour doorman."
9) 1431 First Avenue, Upper East Side
This true one-bedroom was so popular that it may have found a renter after being listed for just seven days; it was taken off the market today. Rent is $1,875, there's no broker fee, and it has three closets.
8) 5 Tudor City Place, Murray Hill
For $1,650, here's a 350-square-feet studio with a built-in Murphy bed and a "very small Pulman kitchenette," which looks crappier than most college dorm kitchenettes. All utilities are included, and the building has a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, and laundry room.
7) 140 West 69th Street, Upper West Side
A pre-war studio with no broker fee in a doorman building is asking $2,000/month. The listing is sparse, but the photos show parquet floors and a decent-looking kitchen. Listed square footage is 425.
6) 304 West 14th Street, West Village
On 14th Street near Eighth Avenue, there's a junior one-bedroom listed for $1,950. It has hardwood floors, two closets, and a newly renovated bathroom with marble floors.
5) 305 West 20th Street, Chelsea
This is the most expensive unit on the list, but it's also the largesta 1,000-square-foot 2BR/2BA in a carriage house listed for $3,650. It's a sublet for January 10 to June 1, with the option to extend the lease.
4) 102 Edgecombe Avenue, Harlem
The low price obviously attracted apartment hunters to this listing. It's being marketed as a one-bedroom for just $825/month, but it's actually for a single bedroom with a shared apartment. The listing says there are "3 rooms per floor" with "Shared renovated kitchen and bathroom." It comes with a dresser and queen-sized bed.
3) 351 West 29th Street, Chelsea
Evidently studios with very short sleeping lofts and miniature kitchens are a popular thing in Chelsea. We saw one on the last Most Popular round-up, and here's another. Rent, including utilities, is $1,650.
2) 244 East 77th Street, Upper East Side
The Upper East Side studio was featured in Curbed Comparisons last week. It has exposed brick, a tiny kitchen, two windows, and wants $1,550.
1) 25 Tudor City Place, Murray Hill
Surprisingly, the week's most popular listing doesn't even have photos of the apartment. It's a studio listed for $1,750. The brokerbabble says it has hardwood floors, air conditioning, and a kitchenette with a cooktop, microwave, and refrigerator. Utilities are included, there's no broker fee, and the building has a laundry room and rooftop deck.
· StreetEasy [official]
· The Most Popular Manhattan Rental Listings Of The Last Week [Curbed]