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New York, NY 10009 Map

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New York, NY 10016 Map

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  • 1 BR
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  • 2 BR
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  • 1 BR
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New York, NY 10024 Map

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New York, NY 10011 Map

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New York, NY 10065 Map

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  • From $2,700
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New York, NY 10019 Map

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New York, NY 10001 Map

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New York, NY 10027 Map

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The City That Never Sleeps. The Big Apple. It’s the place of songs, legends, and heroes. Renting an apartment in New York City gives you the Empire State Building, Central Park, Broadway, and more.

New York is named for the 17th century Duke of York. It became a state in 1776, but it was first claimed by Henry Hudson in 1609. Since then, thousands have migrated here, many through Ellis Island, which opened in 1892. After processing millions of steamship passengers, it closed in 1954. Today, it is a museum.

Since 1886, the Statue of Liberty has stood as a proud US monument. It is located on a 12-acre island and is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy.

New York is home to Greenwich Village, the New York Stock Exchange, and the American Museum of Natural History. If this dynamic and exciting city is your next apartment renting destination, start your search today.

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