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: $1,600/month.
? A newly renovated full-floor 1BR on 136th Street in Harlem is going for $1,600/month and features open layouts, what appears to be a good amount of space, and "FABULOUS CLOSETS." Can't put a price on those fabulous closets.
? If it's space you seek, look no further than Astoria, which offers this spacious 1BR with inlayed floors for $1,650/month.
? A 1BR+ office in a restored, owner occupied Bed-Stuy brownstone is going for $1,700/month and features exposed brick, a decorative fireplace, and one of those windows between the kitchen and the living room.
? A tiny little studio in Fort Greene doesn't offer much space, but it is pretty cute and the ceilings are high, so maybe if you stack all your possessions vertically... It's asking $1,550/month.
? The highlights of this Upper West Side studio apartment are pretty much the fact that it is an apartment, and that there are windows. It is only $1,600/month, though, and that includes heat, hot water, and gas.
? And in Long Island City, a brand new 1BR is available for $1,600/month. The broker is sorry about the listing photos.
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