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What $2,400 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: $2,400/month.

? In Battery Park City, this 527-square-foot 1BR is going for $2,395/month. It has some cool doors and allows up to twenty-fve pounds of dog. The building has many nice amenities.

? Continuing the proud tradition of including an inquisitive-looking dog in the listing photos, this 2BR in Park Slope is going for $2,400/month.

? On the Upper East Side, this corner 1BR is very large at 700 square feet. It also has four closets. It's a little pricier than most on this list at $2,500/month.

? In Williamsburg, this 1,000-square-foot 2BR is pretty nondescript but very large. The building has a courtyard and allows one cat (presumably per apartment.) It is also going for $2,500/month.

? This fully-furnished 1BR in FiDi features a separate dressing area, which is just essential for everybody. The blinds are all drawn in a way that looks pretty intentional which could be something or could be nothing. It's going for $2,450/month (no fee.)

? In Harlem, you can get a huge 3BR for $2,450/month, which is just great. The kitchen is really small, but what are you gonna do?

? This Chinatown place is almost the exact same deal as the Williamsburg place. It's 1,000 square feet, two bedrooms, $2,500/month, and sort of boring.

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