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4545 Center Boulevard

Long Island City, Queens

$3,195 per month
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360 West 45th Street, E12

Midtown West, Manhattan

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885 6th Avenue

Midtown West, Manhattan

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274 East 10th Street, 3B

East Village, Manhattan

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While about half of our inventory is short term furnished apartments for rent direct from the landlord or agent, the other half is tenants who are breaking their lease or sublets. Most are no fee rentals. Often landlords will allow you to break your lease if you can provide a qualified renter to take it over. Post your apartment so a NYC or New Jersey renter can find your short term sublet or leasebreak. Also read 3 Steps to Break My Lease and over 300 customer testimonials!

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