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What $1,900/Month Rents 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: $1,900/month.


? In a brand new rental building in Harlem's West 120s, 2BRs start at $1,950/month and include recessed lighting and brand new everything. It's not quite clear whether or not the pictures accompanying the listed are what you'd be paying $1,950 for, however, so just keep that in mind as we continue on our journey (with way less new properties.)


? In Williamsburg, a 600-square-foot fourth-floor walkup is going for $2,000/month and the broker has some kind of fancy camera or something. It features a shared backyard.


? On the Upper East Side, a well-maintained looking 1BR is available for $1,950/month with no fee, and that includes utilities.


? The exact location of this recently-renovated 1BR is a secret, but it's somewhere in Park Slope. It's 800 square feet, includes exposed brick, a decorative fireplace, and costs $2,000/month, heat and hot water included.


? Literally every single thing in this 625-square-foot Midtown 1BR is off-white, which is honestly just unsettling, but maybe if you rent it for $2,000/month they'll let you paint an accent wall or something. No pets.


? If you're looking for three bedrooms (and who isn't?) you'll need to go all the way to Bed-Stuy where this renovated 3BR is available for $2,000/month.

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