Five most popular Manhattan, Brooklyn rental listings in July

$2,400-a-month Upper West Side condo most viewed on StreetEasy

TRD New York /
Aug.August 13, 2014 03:20 PM

An Upper West Side studio apartment was the most popular Manhattan rental listing last month, according to data provided by StreetEasy.

The first-floor condominium with 17-foot-high ceilings at 342 West 85th Street is listed for $2,400 per month. Grace Chang and Scott Wang of Douglas Elliman have the listing.

The other most popular Manhattan rental listings were a one-bedroom Noho condo at 308 Mott Street asking $2,500; a Chelsea studio at 312 West 23rd Street asking $2,095; a one-bedroom at 145 12th Street in Greenwich Village asking $3,400; and a one-bedroom West Village co-op at 15 Jones Street asking $2,500. The brokers for these apartments, respectively, are Travis Kent of Performing Assets Corp; Andrew Matina of Modern Spaces; Sonia Stock and Sean Sasso of Douglas Elliman; and Lai Ko of Elite Plus Realty.

In Brooklyn, the most popular rental listing on StreetEasy last month was a studio in Homecrest asking for a mere $500 per month. Arlene Peldman of Talk of the Town Realty has the listing, for the home at 3533 Nostrand Avenue.

The other most in-demand listings in Brooklyn were a one-bedroom co-op at 135 Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights asking $2,500; a Park Slope studio condo at 559 3rd Street asking $1,600; a Boerum Hill studio condo at 412 State Street asking $1,795; and a one-bedroom condo at 79 Bridge Street in Vinegar Hill asking $3,100.

The brokers for the units, respectively, are Brian Lehner of Brown Harris Stevens; Christopher Polisano and Karin Charbit-Harnevo of Farran & Associates; Geraldine Capasso; and Kay Boecker of Douglas Elliman. — Mark Maurer

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