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What $5,300/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: $5,300/month.

? A huge, gut-renovated loft in FiDi is going for $5,200/month, and offers exposed wood beams, a row of arched french doors, a tiny fireplace, and, of course, all the wide open living space that befits a loft. There are also two bedrooms and two bathrooms, mostly not pictured.

? On the Upper West Side, a high-ceilinged, original detailed apartment with either two or three bedrooms (depending on whether you want a formal dining room) is available for $5,200/month.

? Original details abound in this 3.5BR, three-exposure, 1,150-square-foot apartment overlooking Prospect Park in Park Slope. And if those details seem just a little too original for you, don't worry—massive renovations are planned. It's asking $5,200/month.

? In Nolita, a 3BR duplex with a private terrace is going for $5,400/month.

? A high-ceilinged, large-windowed, 910-square-foot 1BR in Soho is asking $5,400/month. It also has a washer/dryer.

? And in Fort Greene, a very new 2BR/2BA luxury rental is available for $5,395/month. Highlights include lots of huge windows and a small private terrace.

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