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89 New York City Furnished Apartments for Rent

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Union Square 331 E 14th St, #6B New...

This beautiful Big 1 bedroom Apartment is located on 14th and 2nd Avenue and comes ...
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Murray Hill Studio #207-2D

This fantastic studio is located on 27th and 3rd Avenue and comes fully equipped with ...
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Midtown East 45th St.1 Bedroom/Studi...

BRAND NEW RENOVATED 1 Bedroom/Studio Apartment~ features:- brand new renovations!!!- GOOD Closet Space- Spacious Studio ...
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Midtown East 45th St. Studio Apt #30...

BRAND NEW RENOVATED Studio Apartment~ features:- brand new renovations!!!- GOOD Closet Space- Spacious Studio – ...
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Midtown East 45th St. 2 Bedroom Apt ...

BRAND NEW RENOVATED 2 Bedroom Apartment~ features:- brand new renovations!!!- GOOD Closet Space- 2 Separate ...
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1 Bedroom on 14th Street. #331-6A

This amazing 1 Bedroom located on East 14th street in one of Manhattan’s most desirable ...
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2 Bedroom Duplex #354-2A

This is a MASSIVE fully gut renovated 2 bedroom , 2 full bath duplex located ...
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Amazing 4 Bedroom in the Upper West ...

Large room available in a newly renovated 4 bedroom apartments located on 136th st & ...
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Upper East Side Gorgeous 4 Bedroom R...

Large room available in a newly renovated 4 bedroom apartment located on E. 116th street ...
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Furnished Apartment for Rent Harlem

Amazing location on UWS, surrounded by great restaurants, coffee shops and bars ! Laundromat right ...
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Furnished Apartment for Rent Upper E...

Amazing location on UES, surrounded by great restaurants, coffee shops and bars ! Laundromat right ...
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East Village Studio #190-1D

BRAND NEW RENOVATED STUDIO~ ELEVATOR BUILDING~ Apartment features:- brand new renovations!!!- GOOD Closet Space- North ...

New York City

New York is a place where people go to launch their own businesses, surrounded by some of the top talent, funding opportunities and resources that they can’t get anywhere else in the world, and it’s also where people to go to start their careers, since there are an abundance of job opportunities not seen elsewhere in the country. New York City has been ranked as the number one U.S. city for career advancement for young professionals.

It’s not just the economy that sets NYC apart and makes it one of the most popular places to live in the world. Along with a thriving economic and employment situation, residents of the city have access to the very best in food, culture, nightlife, shopping and an excellent public transportation system.

The dining and food scene has long been an alluring aspect of New York, for people who live there and visitors alike. You have every type of cuisine imaginable within reach, from the authentic fare of Chinatown to the trendy, high-end eateries of Chelsea. This is where award-winning celebrity chefs open flagship restaurant, but it’s also where you can grab a bagel at the corner deli on your way to work.

The nightlife is as varied as the cuisine. There are pubs and neighborhood dives where you can meet with a group of friends at the end of the day, or you can go to the hottest nightclubs of the Meatpacking District. There’s options to gather on rooftops of places like the Standard Hotel when the weather’s nice, or you can take your pick of legendary live music venues.

What ties the city together and ensure it maintains its fast pace? The transportation system.

Along with New York being one of the most walkable cities, you can also take advantage of what is arguably one of the most comprehensive public transit networks in the world. From the subway to buses, you can get anywhere you need to be in the city at any time, and it’s relatively inexpensive. New York is the only city in the country where that can be said.

Bringing together diversity, career opportunities, convenience and exposure to the best the world has the offer in terms of food, nightlife, transportation, culture and the arts is why New York City will likely maintain its reputation as being one of the best places to live in the world.

There’s something that’s consistently held an undeniable and incomparable appeal for people when it comes to having the opportunity to live in New York City. Whether you’re a lifelong resident of one of the world’s biggest and most vibrant cities, or you only live there for a few years, it can leave a lasting impression.

New York City is the largest city in the U.S., and one of the biggest in the world. This metropolitan area is home to nearly nine million people according to estimates from the 2015 census, with population growth continuing to expand in Manhattan and all of the boroughs.

The city is known for landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, sprawling Central Park where you can escape the hustle of the city for an outdoor relief, the lights of Times Square, and the high-energy, high-stakes environment of Wall Street. There are the luxury shops of Fifth Avenue, the iconic holiday decorations of the city, and the skyline which includes the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building.

Along with those unrivaled landmarks, there’s also a lot more to love about the city.

New York is a hub of economic activity and one of the most important financial centers in the world, and it’s the largest urban economy in the U.S. Top industries in the metropolitan area that drives not only the strength of the city and state economy, but the entire American economy including financial services, healthcare, media, and technology.

Some of the big-name companies headquartered in the city include Verizon, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, MetLife, Goldman Sachs, American Express and Time Warner. The New York Stock Exchange, which was founded in 1817, is the top securities exchange on the globe, and Wall Street is one of the most influential places anywhere in the world.

It’s not just the massive multinational corporations that make up the diverse, thriving economy of the city, however.

It’s also a place where startups go to begin building their success. Giving the Silicon Valley area a run for its money is New York’s “Silicon Alley.” In 2016, Silicon Alley actually demonstrated more job growth than even the banking industry in the city. For the majority of 2015, the technology sector in New York City had more requests for startup funding than any other area of the country, including Silicon Valley.