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: $2,300/month.
? Other than the strip of kitchen shoved into the corner next to the fireplace, this three-room apartment in Brooklyn Heights looks pretty nice for $2,400/month, what with its chandelier, molding, new flooring, and washer/dryer closet.
? A skylight in the living room provides this apartment with natural light, but the real question might be how well-lit you want this place to be. Still, it's a true 1BR in Chelsea for only $2,200/month.
? In Park Slope, a parlor floor 1BR with exposed brick, a bay window, and original detailing is available for $2,350/month.
? This West Village 1BR has a pretty spacious windowed kitchen and was also recently gut renovated. The bathroom also has a window. It's going for $2,295/month.
? A 700-square-foot 1.5BR in Cobble Hill is "shabby chic," which is to say it's shabby. Actually, shabby might be putting it lightly, but it has tin ceilings, french doors, and, most importantly, more space than any other apartment on this list for only $2,200/month, heat and hot water included.
? On the Upper West Side, this 4.5-roomer in a prewar elevator building is available for $2,400/month.
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