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We Unearthed the 68 Best Rent Deals in NYC Right Now

A Brooklyn Heights one-bedroom with 15-foot ceilings, a grand prewar two-bedroom in Washington Heights, and more.

Two-Bedroom Penthouse on West End Avenue With 3,000 Square Feet of Terrace Asks $2.8M 

A solarium further blurs the line between indoors and outdoors.

Architect’s Chelsea Two-Bedroom With Custom Everything (Down to the Electrical Outlets) Asks $1.25M

The meticulously renovated apartment features a huge living room with a wall of built-in bookshelves.

Harlem Brownstone With Ornate Fireplaces and Soapstone Counters Asks $4.65M

There’s also a La Cornue range and original mahogany banister.

Park Slope Three-Bedroom a Few Blocks From Prospect Park (and Food Coop) Asks $1.5M

The south-facing living room comes with a gas fireplace.

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’70s beach house becomes minimal family retreat, with a terrazzo twist

In a quiet corner of the Hamptons, a designer-artist couple saves a 1972 gem and turns it into a year-round family home.

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