5 most popular Manhattan, Brooklyn rental listings in August

Murray Hill pads dominate month's demand

TRD New York /
Sep.September 04, 2014 02:40 PM

Three Murray Hill apartments topped the list of the most popular Manhattan rental listings last month, according to data provided by StreetEasy.

The most-viewed rental listing was for a studio co-op at Woodstock Tower, located at 320 East 42nd Street, asking $1,700 per month. Elliot Adler of City Connections Realty has the listing.

The second most popular listing was for a six-room, one-bedroom co-op at 303 East 37th Street asking $2,300 per month. Astor Realty Enterprise LLC has the listing.

The next listing was for a studio co-op at 5 Tudor City Place, asking $2,600 per month. Douglas Elliman broker Brandon Bogard has the listing. Filling out the top five are two rentals not in Murray Hill.

A one-bedroom condo at the Hotel Alexander, at 306 West 94th Street on the Upper West Side is asking $1,680 per month. The unit has been on the market since February, when it was listed for $1,566 per month. Hotel Alexander handles leasing in-house. Lastly, a one-bedroom condo at 308 Mott Street in Noho is asking $2,500 per month. Travis Kent of Performing Assets Corporation has the listing.

Meanwhile, in Brooklyn, the most popular listing of August was a two-bedroom co-op at 30 Willow Place in Brooklyn Heights asking $5,500 per month. Brown Harris Stevens broker Joan Goldberg has the listing. Despite being on the market a mere 18 days by the end of August, it drew more StreetEasy pageviews than any of listing in Manhattan or Brooklyn last month.

The other popular Brooklyn listings were for a two-bedroom co-op at 656 Carroll Street in Park Slope ($4,500); a studio condo at 188 Woodpoint Road in Williamsburg ($2,000); one-bedroom co-op at 135 Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights ($2,500); and a one-bedroom condo at 153 Dekalb Avenue in Fort Greene ($2,300), according to StreetEasy.


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