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What $4,000/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: $4,000/month.


? In the West Village, a newly-renovated 2BR/1BA is available for $3,900/month and includes such enticing decorative elements as exposed brick, french doors, and a skylight. There are also a fair number of windows, including one in the kitchen.


? In Gramercy, this 1,000-square-foot 3BR/1BA is going for $4,000/month, no fee, with utilities included. If you have roommates, that's a pretty solid deal, especially considering the not-too-small living room, separate kitchen, and dining area.


? It's always fun to see what enormous places are available in Astoria for x amount of dollars, and this week it's a 3,075-square-foot 3BR/3BA penthouse with two private terraces going for $4,000/month (heat and hot water included). It's not the most attractive place and the kitchen is pretty weird and awkward, both in terms of layout and placement, but it is just so big.


? A garden duplex (of sorts) in Park Slope is going for $4,000/month. It's pretty big at 1,400 square feet with two beds and one and a half baths, and also features a private, fenced-off backyard. The downstairs is mostly storage and laundry.


? On the Upper West Side, a 2BR/1BA with some exposed brick is going for $3,900/month. One of the bedrooms is very large and the kitchen is apparently an eat-in kitchen.


? And finally, in Prospect Heights, a many-windowed 2BR/1.5BA is going for $3,900/month. It includes a washer/dryer, a large kitchen, and separate dining room.

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