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What $3,300/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: $3,300/month.


? One of those new nice-ish rentals that people are building in Bushwick now is going for $3,200/month. It has four bedrooms, which is a pretty good number of bedrooms, and two of them are on an upper level, allowing for a double-height kitchen/living room. There's also a wall of exposed brick and a staircase that looks like it would be nerve-wracking to carry a bowl of soup on.


? In Soho, this corner apartment "can be flexed to two bedrooms," which appears to have been achieved by making the living room into a bedroom and using the central room/foyer/whatever as a living and dining room. It is quite a large foyer, though. It's asking $3,200/month.


? A renovated apartment with exposed brick in the East Village has two bedrooms—real ones—and is asking $3,290/month with no fee.


? A spacious two-bedroom in Gramercy is going for $3,300/month, utilities included. There are a bunch of closets, too.


? In western Crown Heights, a three-bedroom ground floor/basement duplex is going for $3,300/month. The upper floor has exposed brick and french doors. The lower floor is...not ideal. There is a shared backyard, though.


? Last but not least (or maybe least, who knows), a two-bedroom on the Upper West Side is going for $3,295/month. That milk is probably expired, though.

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