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: $4,800/month.
? Welcome to another depressing Curbed Comparisons (this always seems to happen when we venture north of $4,000/month). In Greenwich Village, a 2BR/1BA apartment features a large living room with a fireplace and lots of natural light. It's asking $4,795/month.
? Two floors of a Carroll Gardens townhouse are going for $4,900/month. The basement/ground floor duplex totals 1,500 square feet and includes two beds and two baths.
? In Chelsea, a prewar 3BR/2BA is asking $4,850/month. It has wood-framed windows and french doors.
? The large private terrace is the selling point in this 2BR/2BA unit in a Cobble Hill rental building, which is going for $4,800/month. The building has lots of amenities, including an elevator, doorman, gym, and 1,500-square-foot shared roof deck that you'd never set foot on.
? In the Seaport, a 1,150-square-foot true loft with parquet floors wants $4,900/month. It has big windows, one exposed wood beam, and a single iron column.
? And in Downtown Brooklyn, a shiny new 2BR/2BA in an amenity-filled building is asking $4,800/month.
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