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What $2,300/Month Can Rent You Around New York City

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Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various New York City neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $2,300/month.

? In Fort Greene, a spacious 800-square-foot 2BR is available for $2,400/month. It might be a third-floor walkup, but the upside is that you will be bathed in warmth from the skylight on your way up the stairs. The floors look nice.

? On the Upper East Side, this junior one-bedroom features a little exposed brick, a bunch of closets, and a washer/dryer. It's going for $2,250/month.

? Meanwhile, on the Upper West Side, we've got something a little bit quirkier. This 750-square-foot 1BR has bay windows, if you're a bay windows fan, and is going for $2,395/month.

? This apartment appears to get quite a bit of light, if the photos are any indication (or not much light at all, if the other photos are a better indication). It's located more or less on the border of Park Slope and Gowanus, but the broker is calling it Park Slope (can't imagine why) so let's just go with that. It has two bedrooms, a very odd granite kitchen counter, and costs $2,400/month.

? If you're looking for a normal lookin' place in a nice part of town, this Greenwich Village one-bedroom might be the place for you. Floors! Ceilings! Closets! Crappy kitchen! $2,375/month!

? In Windsor Terrace, a 2BR railroad apartment with bay windows can be yours for only $2,200/month. The street it's on was apparently voted the Best Block in Windsor Terrace, although who did the voting is not clear.

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