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What $3,300 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: $3,300/month.

? Kicking things off on the Upper West Side, this renovated 2BR is a block from Central Park and across the street from the Natural History Museum. It has a washer/dryer and costs $3,295/month.

? This 1,100-square-foot 4BR loft in Williamsburg looks a little raw, but very spacious, with an expanse of windows. It doesn't bode well that none of the bedrooms are pictured, but at $3,300/month with no broker fee, that comes out to $825/month for you and three roommates. In Williamsburg, no less. Recent college grads, take notice.

? In the West Village, this garden-facing co-op is described as a "small converted 2 bedroom," and we have to say, we appreciate the honesty. It looks quite nice and is going for $3,300/month.

? This newly-renovated 2BR in Nolita looks great with its exposed brick walls and appears to get lots of light. It's going for $3,395/month.

? In Soho, this 2BR with a new kitchen and bathroom looks pretty nice and is going for $3,300/month. Unfortunately, it's a fifth-floor walkup.

? Give Harlem a chance, people! This 1,200-square-foot 3BR looks great. It's located right on Central Park and boasts a huge kitchen with an inlayed wood floor. It's going for $3,300/month.

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