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What $2,400/Month Can Rent You Around New York City

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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: $2,400/month.


? On the Upper West Side, this renovated 1BR/1BA is not large, but, on the other hand, it does have a large, decorative marble fireplace, a big window, and enough room for a piano. It's asking $2,460/month.


? This 1BR/1BA in Fort Greene also has a marble fireplace, and a chandelier and exposed brick to boot. It's listed for $2,500/month.


? In FiDi, this 2BR/1BA with stainless steel appliances is in a luxury building with kinds of amenities, such as a lounge area, gym with complimentary classes, sauna, terrace, billiards, wet bar, driving range, and putting green. It's asking $2,450/month.


? In Prospect Heights, a 2BR/1BA right above Grand Army Plaza is going for $2,500/month. It looks pretty spacious, if uninspiring.


? Talk about uninspiring. On the Lower East Side, this flex 2BR is as plain as they come. It is clean, new, and $2,500/month, though, so that's something.


? This 800-square-foot apartment in Park Slope has a bit more character with its french doors and red-painted exposed brick. It includes an extra big-closet-or-small-office room and is a third floor walkup. It wants $2,500/month.

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