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: $5,100/month.
? On the Upper East Side, an 810-square-foot one-bedroom is going for $5,000/month. It features three large windows as well as a private balcony. There's also a wood-floored bathroom that doesn't really look like a bathroom. Building amenities feature doorman, elevator, gym, and garden.
? A huge, 1,200-square-foot duplex in Downtown Brooklyn is going for $5,000/month, and features very cool layout with two balconies looking down over the living/dining area. There are also lot of windows, a projector screen in one of the bedrooms, and all of the customary luxury building amenities.
? In West Chelsea, a spacious and boring two-bedroom is renting for $5,000/month. But you know what they say: location, location, lo—zzzzzzz
? In Battery Park City, a 2BR/2BA with parquet floors, right on the water, is going for $5,200/month. It has ample windows and many building amenities, including a pool.
? A 2BR/2BA garden duplex in a Clinton Hill brownstone is available for $5,100/month. In addition to the garden and small deck, there's also a finished basement.
? Lastly, a charming, 800-square-foot prewar one-bedroom in the West Village costs $5,000/month. It features a sunken living room with a wood-burning fireplace, exposed brick, and built in bookshelves.
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