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: $2,700/month.
? First of all, this is just a classic listing photo. "Dude, I'm trying to take pictures of the apartment, could you move?" "Not now, I'm watching pizza." Anyway, this is a 1BR with a reasonably sized living room and a separate kitchen in Chelsea for $2,650/month, which seems like a pretty good deal. There are french doors.
? In Park Slope, an 850-square-foot renovated 2BR in a prewar building is available for $2,600/month. It does not allow dogs.
? A studio apartment in a luxury Midtown West building features almost all the amenities one would expect from such a building, including a gym, basketball court, valet, lounge, storage, and complimentary breakfast. What, no swimming pool? The apartment costs $2,690/month with no fee.
? Way out in Bushwick, a very renovated 3BR is going for $2,650/month. Depending on how you feel about that particular type of exposed brick, it could be quite enticing.
? There doesn't appear to be all that much to say about this 1BR in the West Village, but it's an apartment, in the West Village, with one bedroom and living room, and a closet. So that might be worth $2,695/month.
? Finally, in Brooklyn Heights, a renovated corner 1BR is going for an even $2,700/month. It has two exposures and lots of closets.
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