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: $3,700/month.
? On the Upper West Side, this 2BR walkup on an unspecified floor is available for $3,800/month and features exposed brick, a working fireplace, a lofted bedroom, and a large terrace.
? A 3BR, 2BA duplex in a converted Carroll Gardens factory could be yours for $3,700/month. The common areas look quite spacious (the one bedroom pictured, less so) and it appears to have retained at least a measure of industrial charm.
? The listing for this Nolita 2BR ask the question: how many pictures can be taken of the same 300-square-foot room? (described in the brokerbabble as a "leaving room") and then answers that questions by just having so many pictures. $3,800/month.
? In Park Slope, a newly-renovated 1,300-square-foot 2BR, 2BA is going for $3,795/month, which includes all utilities. Highlights include multiple exposures, large arched windows, high ceilings, and a washer/dryer.
? Up in Harlem, an 1,800-square-foot duplex awaits for only $3,600/month. It features three beds, two and a half baths, rear bay windows, a private garden, high ceilings, low ceilings, and in-between ceilings.
? Last but possibly least, in Chelsea, a renovated corner 2BR is available for $3,800/month. Not the most exciting, but perfectly livable.
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