Your choices for housing in New York City are abundant when looking for a short-term rental apartment. For a stay that is more than a month but less than one year, you want the flexibility, the furnishings and the simplicity of being able to move in and move out quick.
Corporate housing can look a bit drab, Airbnbs start to get pricey after the second week and as much as living in a hotel like Eloise sounds like the dream, you want something that will feel like a home for your time in NYC.
Enter the best short-term rentals in NYC furnished by Blueground.
From starting the day with a few laps in the building’s private indoor pool to capping off the week with a drink on the roof, these are the best furnished NYC apartments you can rent from month to month.
Soak up the architectural heritage of the Upper West Side by calling this West 89th St. furnished apartment home. Halfway between the Hudson River Greenway and Central Park, this address is perfect for active types.
As a pet-friendly apartment, your four-legged friend is welcomed here and will love the abundant green spaces nearby.
At home, take advantage of the open-concept living room complete with a home entertainment system paired to Google Chromecast for easy web streaming and Google Home Max for soft jazz with dinner.
Above all, your galley kitchen comes fully-stocked for preparing meals big and small as well as all the dishware and glassware for hosting a casual night-in.
The enclosed bedroom sports a calming navy accent wall and a soft hotel bed for you to unwind at the end of the day. White marble tiles lend a light touch to the bathroom which comes complete with a bathtub-shower combo.
Not one for cleaning bathrooms?
You can order regular cleaning through the Blueground app. View the Apartment »
At the heart of the action, this West 48th St. furnished apartment off 8th Avenue is walking distance to Times Square as well as Hell’s Kitchen and the Garment District.
For commuters heading uptown or downtown, you have three subway stops within a two-minute walk.
Make use of this apartment building’s onsite facilities including an indoor heated pool, fitness center, and rooftop patio. Without neglecting the range of performing arts options on- and off-Broadway, all within strolling distance of your new home.
Your comforts of home come courtesy of name brands like a Marshall speaker, Apple TV, and Nespresso machine. A small bar area lends an airy feel from the kitchen through to the living-dining room combo.
Separately, an enclosed bedroom opens onto a city view while keeping out all of the noise below thanks to double-glazed windows.
Planning a move to NYC? You can reserve a Blueground apartment online before arriving in the city. View the Apartment »
Need a bit more space for the family? With two bedrooms spread across 1025 square feet, this fully-equipped apartment in Hell’s Kitchen is enough space for a couple with their four-legged companion or a small family.
Above all, conveniences like an in-unit washer and dryer in addition to all kitchen appliances mean that you’re ready to roll from day one.
Building amenities like an indoor pool, fitness center and a rooftop terrace with sunbeds round out luxury living at this Hell’s Kitchen address. On weekends, you’re a short walk to Columbus Circle for your shopping needs, with Central Park just a bit further north to escape the noise of the city.
A master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet occupies one end of the apartment.
While a second bedroom (perfect as a guest room) sits across the hall from a second bathroom, which you’re sure to appreciate when entertaining.
For any small repairs, help is just a phone call or click away in the Blueground app. View the Apartment »
If it’s all about location for your future bachelor or bachelorette pad, then this furnished studio in Chelsea may be your match. This West 15th Street apartment is just one block from the 14th Street and 8th Avenue subway stations and strolling distance to Union Square, Meatpacking, and the West Village.
Outfitted with all of the necessities, this smartly-arranged studio has a hidden away washer and dryer, full kitchen (with a concealed microwave), rain shower and bathtub combo, and a walk-in closet. The main room uses an area rug and couch to divide the entertainment area from the bedroom area — though we don’t blame you if you prefer to catch up on your favorite TV series from bed.
Building amenities include a spacious lobby with an eye-catching contemporary design, an outdoor courtyard for entertaining and a 24-hour doorman to receive deliveries around the clock. View the Apartment »
Dream of a walking commute to Wall Street?
After long hours at the office, who would want to commute another 45 minutes to get home. Not the case when you’re living one block over in this smart studio apartment on Pine Street.
This Art Deco building at 70 Pine Street pulls out all of the stops for its residents with a 21,000 square foot fitness center, two-lane bowling alley, children’s playroom, virtual golf, and film screening room.
Leisure conveniences such as a ground floor coffee shop and the City Acres Market (with quality prepared meals-to-go) will be joined at 70 Pine by a new rooftop bar in the coming months.
The apartment itself benefits from appliances and utilities up and running, in addition to the space-enhancing decor. The living room is outfitted with a wide-screen TV, Apple TV, and a Marshall speaker for unwinding on weekends.
As with all Blueground apartment buildings worldwide, 70 Pine has been recently renovated. View the Apartment »
Call Murray Hill home and be the envy of your friends. This one-bedroom unit keeps you close to transportation links with Grand Central nearby as well as the UN.
Furnished for your personal needs this plush Park Avenue unit benefits from a living room with a breakfast bar opening to the kitchen where you can pull up a seat to enjoy your morning Nespresso.
By night, entertain a small gathering of friends with your Marshall speaker and your apartment’s all-included tableware.
In-building amenities include a 24-hour doorman to assist you with receiving packages, a fitness center for quick workouts and a rooftop sundeck to enjoy a read at the end of the day. Then retire to your enclosed bedroom with Blueground’s high-thread-count hotel quality linens and premium mattresses.
Residents looking to stay close to work in Midtown East will be walking distance to offices in the Chrysler Building, Citigroup Center and the MetLife Building.
After-hour entertainment is nearby with Koreatown and Nomad neighboring this Park Avenue apartment. View the Apartment »
Does your life revolve around NYU’s medical centers?
Then this Kips Bay one-bedroom is the unit that you’re after. This apartment at East 33rd and Lexington will please spice seekers with a bounty of South Asian and Korean restaurants within skipping distance of your door.
This one-bedroom furnished apartment bridges the time span between retro mid-century design (think solid wood sideboard, leather armchair) and the present day (flat-screen TV, tripod standing lamp).
An airy light-flooded living area benefits from an open plan split into two areas for living and dining thanks to area rugs. A galley kitchen is concealed behind a navy accent wall with all necessary appliances including a full fridge and dishwasher.
Ample closet spaces allows you to store away luggage, jackets and the like.
As with all Blueground apartments, additional linens, a scheduled cleaning or ad hoc repairs are all bookable through the Blueground app.
The app also comes linked up to order a ride, groceries or a nanny at the click of a button.
Find out for yourself how calling a Blueground apartment home will change the way you see big city living. View the Apartment »
Are you head over heels for the East Village?
Well so are we.
This unit at East 11th and Third is a coveted address thanks to its central location and smart layout. Neighboring Astor Place, Facebook’s New York offices, NYU, and the Cooper Union are a short walk away with no shortage of quick dining and fine dining options.
Flooded with light on two sides, the living room and kitchen are suited to both hosting friends or a quiet night in. Amateur cooks will love the stainless steel appliances and under-bar storage area.
A shower-tub combo is outfitted with subway tile and a wide mirror for your morning routine.
This new building on East 11th comes outfitted with your needs in mind, including a gym, open-air terrace and yoga studio. Across the street, an AMC shows the latest blockbusters and Westside Market hooks you up with weekly groceries. View the Apartment »