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What $3,800/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: $3,800/month.

? This rental in Williamsburg is slightly silly, at least chandelier-wise (also the putting green roofdeck), but it is spacious, at 1,135 square feet with two bedrooms and a home office. And the roofdeck, while silly, is large. It's asking $3,800/month.

? This 1BR in West Chelsea's London Terrace Towers looks pretty cool now, but it's difficult to say whether it would look more or less cool without all the art, oddly placed mirrors, and humongous pots of dried sticks. Find out for $3,800/month.

? In Nolita, this apparent 2BR "loft" is attractive, what with its exposed brick, seemingly high-end finishes, and renovated-ness, but also appears to be very small. (Just try to picture where the photographer had to stand to take the only bedroom picture accompanying the listing. On top of the bed?) It's going for $3,800/month.

? In Greenwich Village, this 750-square-foot prewar 1BR is very white. It also comes furnished, which is a plus, for $3,800/month.

? In Park Slope, a 3BR, 2BA with a newly renovated kitchen is available for, you guessed it, $3,800/month. No fee.

? And finally, the Upper West Side offers this 1,000-square-foot 1BR with high ceilings, a terrace, and bay windows. $3,800/month.

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