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As of this writing, there are approximately CityRealty listings show 4,250 apartments for rent in Manhattan at a median asking price of $4,184/month. The island's more than 1,500 available one-bedrooms are priced at a median of $3,994/month and two bedrooms come in at $5,819/month.

As the weather begins to cool, the red-hot rental market has begun to stabilize as factors like undetermined return-to-office dates and overly-ambitious landlord rent increases could be responsible for a slowdown. Even still, listing price increases outpaced decreases at a 2:1 ratio. A full, sortable list of newly discounted rentals can be found below. And because the things to do in New York are a powerful lure for renters, we also present a selection of exciting events taking place in the city this weekend and this fall.

Canstruction-01 Canstruction via Brookfield Place
Every year, teams of architects, engineers, and designers build sculptures entirely out of unopened cans of food. They are now on display at Brookfield Place, and judges will choose the winners on Monday, November 8. The cans will be donated to City Harvest at the end of the contest; in the meantime, there is a canned food donation bin on Level 2.

Hunters Point South Park Image via Hunters Point Parks Conservancy
As any gardener knows, late fall is the best time to plant bulbs so daffodils and tulips will be in bloom for spring. For the seventh year, the Hunters Point Park Conservancy is recruiting volunteers to plant nearly 16,000 tulip and daffodil bulbs in Hunters Point South Park and Gantry Plaza State Park. The event is taking place outside, and health and safety protocols are in place.

Stranger Things
Ever since the first episode of the nostalgic Netflix show aired, November 6 has been known as Stranger Things Day. This year’s celebrations include the opening of the Stranger Things pop-up store in New York. Visitors can take advantage of photo ops, explore set recreations, and shop an array of exclusive merchandise.

Rockefeller Center rink Image via Rockefeller Center
While some of us are still finishing our Halloween candy, the holiday season is coming to New York. Holiday drinks are back on the menu at Starbucks, and the Rockefeller Center tree has been chosen. It will be cut down on November 11; in the meantime, the iconic Rink at Rockefeller Center will open on November 6. Reservations can be made online.

While there will be fewer participants than usual and new health and safety guidelines in place, the New York City Marathon is back after last year’s pandemic-induced hiatus. If you haven’t spent the past several months training for the race, you can still be a part of it by cheering the runners on. Popular spectator spots may be found in Bay Ridge, Fort Greene, and the Upper East Side.

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