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: $4,000/month.
? On the Upper East Side, a 3BR, 2BA corner unit can be yours for $3,975/month. Big windows and lots of exposed brick mean that this could be a difficult apartment to heat, but on the other hand, big windows and exposed brick! It also has a Juliet balcony and a washer/dryer in the unit.
? A 2BR, 2BA in Williamsburg's new 65 North 6th Street will set you back $3,923/month, but with no broker fee and one month free. The apartments feature floor-to-ceiling windows, washer/dryers, balconies (maybe), and many high-end finishes. The building is located across the street from the Music Hall of Williamsburg, which might be cool unless you enjoy sleeping.
? This East Village 2BR, 1.5BA duplex has character—we'll give it that. That character is mostly due to the not-particularly-attractive-but-still-functional-and-kind-of-cool staircase and catwalk leading to the upstairs bedroom. It costs $3,900/month.
? Dog in the listing photo! This 3BR, 2BA in Carroll Gardens contains approximately infinity decorative mantles. It's going for $4,000/month.
? And finally, in Little Italy, this 3BR, 2BA has it all: exposed brick, french doors (great for aesthetics, less good for privacy), molding, and a large living room. The kitchen is not the best kitchen in that there's no counter space, but it does have a dishwasher. It costs $3,900/month.
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