Recently Renovated Building with Lovely Features. Take a look at the photos…
1 Month Rent Free!1 Bed – Recently Renov. – High Ceiling

Source: No Fee Todays New NYC $2,795 Midtown West/Theater District #5269

New Today – No Fee Rentals in NYC – Upper West Side

1 Bed – Luxury Doorman and Concierge – Elevator – Pvt. Garden – Sun Deck and Health/Fitness Club – Floor-to-Ceiling Windows – Dishwasher – Wash/Dry – Tenant Lounge – Maid Service – Valet Service – Garage

Source: No Fee Todays New NYC $4,785 Upper West Side #8566

New Today – No Fee Apartments in NYC – Upper East Side 2 BRs – Renovated $2,795.

2 Bed – High Ceiling – Heat/H. Water incl.

Source: No Fee Todays New NYC $2,795 Upper East Side #8412

New Today – No Fee Apartments in NYC – East Village 2BRs $3,400 with 1 month Free. Fully Renovated, Exposed Brick walls, Recessed Lighting.

2 Bed – Marble Kitchen – SS Appliances – Wash/Dry – Marble Bath

Source: No Fee Todays New NYC $3,400 East Village #6505

New Today – No Fee Apartments in NYC – Washington Heights

2 Bed – Rent Stabl. – Near Subway – Near Laundromat

Source: No Fee Todays New NYC $1,995 Washington Heights #4664

No Fee Studio Apartment for Rent
Lovely, Elegant Prewar Building and Fully Modernized Apartment

Studio – Elevator – Live-in Super – Near Subway – Near Laundromat

Source: Studio – 1 Bath – $1,550 – Washington Heights – Manhattan NYC

New Construction – No Broker Fee 2 Beds
Track Lighting – Elevator – Granite Kitchen – New Appliances – Bldg. Laundry – Live-in Super – Near Subway

Source: 2 Bedrooms – 1 Bath – $2,350 – Harlem – Manhattan NYC

No Fee and 2 Month’s Free on a 14 Month Lease!
2 Bed – Doorman – Elevator – PreWar – Recently Renov. – Rent Stabl. – Oversized Windows – High Ceiling – New Appliances – Dishwasher – Marble Bath – Central AC

Source: 2 Bedrooms – 1 Bath – $4,595 – Gramercy – Manhattan NYC

No Fee 2Bed Apartment with 1 Month Free! – Exposed Brick – Granite Kitchen and New SS Appliances – Dishwasher – Wash/Dry – Marble Bath – Live-in Super – Near Laundromat

Source: 2 Bedrooms – 1 Bath – $2,995 – Upper West Side/Manhattan Valley – Manhattan NYC

For many of us, subletting was the first step to becoming a New Yorker, even if that meant renting a spare closet in a six-story walk-up in Bushwick. After all, the average one-bedroom apartment in Manhattan costs $3,440 a month, and deals can often be found by filling empty bedrooms in already-rented apartments.

Short-term rentals are extremely popular in the city, whether you call them Airbnbs or sublets. But after the state’s multiple dwelling law went into effect in 2011, a lot of them became illegal. For a sublease to be protected under New York City law, the arrangement must last for a minimum of 30 consecutive days.

Whether you’re a tenant, subtenant, or a peer-to-peer vacation renter — allow this guide to help you navigate New York City’s complex, often mystifying housing laws.

Source: How to Sublet NYC Apartments: Everything You Need to Know – Thrillist

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