The Real Deal New York

Most popular Manhattan, Brooklyn rental listings in September

Greenwich Village and Williamsburg pads dominate, StreetEasy data shows

October 02, 2014 04:40PM

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From left: 211 North 5th Street, 1A, in Williamsburg asking $2,950 per month, and 25 Remsen Street, #6, in Brooklyn Heights asking $4,500 per month

A one-bedroom Greenwich Village co-op was the most popular Manhattan rental listing last month, according to data provided by StreetEasy.

The 900-square-foot unit at 250 Mercer Street has been listed since the start of July for $4,395 per month. TNP Real Estate has the listing.

The second most-viewed Manhattan rental listing was for a two-bedroom condominium unit at the Saratoga at 330 East 75th Street on the Upper East Side asking $4,850 per month. The apartment first hit the market in 2011 – with Manhattan Connection, then Keller Williams – but the current listing broker is unknown.

The next listing is for a Gramercy Park studio at 4 Lexington Avenue asking $1,700 per month. Broker Gary Rubenstein has the listing. Next up were a two-bedroom Upper West Side condo at 314 West 94th Street asking $4,395 per month, and a one-bedroom Noho co-op at 308 Mott Street asking $2,400 per month. The brokers are Christopher Clowdus of Cooper & Cooper Real Estate and Travis Kent of Performing Assets Corporation.

Meanwhile, in Brooklyn, the most popular listing of September was a one-bedroom condo at 119 McKibbin Street in Williamsburg. David Nissanian of Zuz Realty has the listing, which is for $900 per month.

The other popular Brooklyn listings, based on StreetEasy pageviews, were: a one-bedroom condo at 3533 Nostrand Avenue in Homecrest ($500); a two-bedroom co-op at 25 Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights ($4,500); a one-bedroom condo at the Metropolitan at 211 North 5th Street in Williamsburg ($2,950) and a one-bedroom condo at 471 18th Street in Park Slope ($1,750), data showed.

The brokers, in order, are Arlene Peldman of Talk of the Town Realty; Brice Gaillard of Realty Collective; Maria-Louise D. King and Emilio Martinez of Douglas Elliman and Maryam Daghmoumi of NY Casa Group. — Mark Maurer

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