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What $2,100/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: $2,100/month.

? In Soho, this recently renovated 1BR has an exposed brick wall in a very thin hallway. It looks a little thin all around, actually, but not necessarily unappealing. It's going for $2,200/month.

? This 1BR on the Upper East Side also has an exposed brick wall, and it's in an elevator building, which is actually a rarity for this list. It costs $2,195/month.

? This convertible 2BR in Greenpoint is going for $2,200/month. It's newly renovated, has a huge kitchen, and boasts an "excellent landlord" who includes heat and hot water and is okay with cats.

? On the Lower East Side, this 1BR co-op is going for $2,100/month. It has a large kitchen with a wall of exposed brick, a living room with a square of exposed brick, and some cool shelves.

? In Crown Heights, this newly renovated 3R has lots and lots of exposed brick. It costs $2,195/month with no broker fee.

? This East Village 1BR has a lot going for it, with its french doors, attractive cabinetry, and windowed kitchen. It may seem like a steal at $2,195/month with no fee, but the catch is that it's a sixth-floor walkup.

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