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: $2,100/month.
? Not that one can really afford to be picky in this price range, but if you're looking for a large decorative fireplace (with mantle) and lots of exposed brick, you can't really do much better for $2,199/month than this Upper West Side 1BR/1BA.
? In Park Slope, a 1BR/1BA with access to a shared backyard is available for only $2,000/month, heat and hot water included. There's also laundry in the building.
? A corner 1BR/1BA with an amply-sized living room and good light is available in Midtown, also for a mere $2,000/month. The building has an elevator and a laundry room and allows up to two cats, but no dogs.
? In Bed-Stuy, but close enough to the border for the broker to just call it Clinton Hill, a new-looking, 750-square-foot 1BR/1BA is going for $2,150/month with no fee. There's lots of exposed brick and a dishwasher.
? On the Upper East Side, a 1BR/1BA sixth-floor walkup boasts new appliances, including a dishwasher and a microwave, new cabinets, and a marble bath for $2,025/month.
? In Greenwich Village, a 1BR/1BA with exposed brick and large windows is going for $2,180/month, utilities included.
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