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: $3,100/month.
? A 1,293-square-foot classic six on Central Park North in Harlem is renting for $3,000/month. The living room and formal dining room are separated by french doors, and the building is a prewar with various amenities.
? In Brooklyn Heights, an 800-square-foot 2BR/1BA is going for $3,200/month. It's available furnished for a 6-7 month sublet, does not allow pets, and requires board approval.
? A fourth-floor walk-up on Waverly Place in the West Village is going for $3,200/month. It has one bed, one bath, closets with built-in shelving, and a washer/dryer.
? A brand new 1BR with a dining area and a terrace in Greenpoint is available for $3,000/month. The dining area can, apparently, be converted into a room at the owner's expense.
? In Midtown, a 14th-floor 536-square-foot studio in a full-service luxury building is going for $3,100/month. It has floor-to-ceiling windows.
? A 2BR/2BA apartment in Park Slope is going for $3,200/month, heat and hot water included. Information is sparse, but there's a mantle and "extra storage space."
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