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: $3,100/month.
? Kicking things off on the Lower East Side, this messy 2BR is going for $3,100/month, which includes heat and hot water. Oh, and it's a sixth floor walkup. That might actually explain the messiness—who has the energy to put their clothes away after climbing six flights of stairs?
? In Lincoln Square, this 645-square-foot 1BR in the amenity-filled Alfred has big windows and, somewhat unfortunately, a wall made out of mottled glass bricks. There is definitely such a thing as too much mottled glass. It's going for $3,150/month.
? The newly renovated apartments in this Park Slope building feature exposed brick, in-unit washer/dryers, and a couple ceiling fans a piece. A 2BR goes for $3,000/month.
? Over on the Upper East Side, this reasonably-charming 2BR, 2BA duplex has some exposed brick and a very scary staircase. It's going for $3,150/month.
? In Windsor Terrace, this 2.5BR, 1BA is enormous compared to all these other places at 1,300 square feet. It has some french doors, a shared backyard, and a hilarious hand-drawn floorplan. It's going for $3,000/month, which includes heat and hot water.
? A 780-square-foot 1BR at the Crescent Club in Long Island City will set you back $3,100/month with no broker fee. It looks quite nice.
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