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: $4,300/month.
? In the West Village, a 950-square-foot 1BR/1BA is going for $4,300/month. It has very spacious rooms, windows, a mantle or two, new kitchen appliances, and an outdoor deck. It's also a walkup, but it's only on the second floor.
? An entire floor of a brownstone in Park Slope is available for $4,200/month. At 1,200 square feet, it boasts three bedrooms, a bunch of original details, and a washer/dryer.
? In Chelsea, a two-bedroom in an elevator building is going for $4,295/month. It does not allow pets.
? In Fort Greene, a newly renovated 4BR/2BA with intermittent bouts of exposed brick costs $4,395/month with no fee. And that includes heat and hot water.
? A large (974 square feet) two-bedroom on the Upper West Side costs $4,250/month. The floors are very shiny and the kitchen is renovated, but not pictured.
? In Brooklyn Heights, a "very special" 2BR/2BA is going for $4,200/month and somebody should probably turn the lights on the next time he takes listing photos. If the idea was to demonstrate what great natural light this place gets, the effect is actually the opposite. But anyway, looks like a nice place.
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