Most popular Manhattan, Brooklyn rental listings in November

Noho co-op, Crown Heights condo led the pack last month

TRD New York /
Dec.December 09, 2014 02:36 PM

A one-bedroom Noho co-op was the most popular Manhattan rental listing in November, according to data provided by StreetEasy.

Zaida Farnham and Michael Meyer of Douglas Elliman had the $2,750-per-month listing for the first-floor apartment at 314-316 Mott Street. The second most-viewed Manhattan rental listing was for a Murray Hill studio co-op unit at 320 East 42nd Street asking $1,700. Elliman’s Donna Conti had the listing.

Next on the list: a one-bedroom East Village co-op at 527 East 12th Street asking $2,295 per month in rent. Geoffrey Garcia of Town Residential has the listing. The next apartments on the list were a bit pricier: a two-bedroom Tribeca condo at 250 West Street ($13,000) and a three-bedroom West Chelsea condo at 524 West 19th Street ($18,000). Bond New York’s Kay Moon and Douglas Elliman’s Holly Parker have those listings, respectively.

Over in Brooklyn, the most popular listing in November was a one-bedroom condo at 865 St. John’s Place in Crown Heights. The unit, listed by Affordable Housing Real Estate Corp., is available for $1,100 per month.

The other popular Brooklyn listings, based on StreetEasy pageviews, were a three-bedroom condo at 375 Baltic Street in Boerum Hill ($4,500); a one-bedroom condo at Schaefer Landing North in Williamsburg ($3,00); a two-bedroom unit at 224 Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg ($4,100 as of last month, but now no longer listed); and a one-bedroom condo at 295 North 9th Street in Williamsburg.

The Schaefer Landing North condo has been sitting on the market since August.

The brokers of those four pads, in order, are Brooklyn Heights Real Estate’s Candice Vilaire; Douglas Elliman’s Neelam Katara; unknown; and City View Living’s Zal Max. — Mark Maurer


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