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What $2,400/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: $2,400/month.

? This furnished 1BR on the Upper West Side packs a lot of detail into what appears to be a very small amount of space. There's a decorative mantle, bay windows, marble, wood trim, a washer/dryer, and no living room to speak of. Think of it as a really great studio. It's asking $2,500/month.

? In Williamsburg, a 1,070-square-foot basement/ground floor duplex is available for $2,300/month. The bedroom is quite large and quite basement-y, although it does appear to get some light.

? In the East Village, this top-floor (aka penthouse!) 1BR apartment seems pretty spacious and new with some big windows and wants $2,395/month. The building includes a roof deck, laundry, and an elevator.

? In Bed-Stuy, a 4BR/1BA newish apartment is going for $2,495/month. It has exposed brick and closets in all the bedrooms. One downside: living off the G train.

? A fancy lookin' East Harlem 3BR/1.5BA with "designer lighting" is asking $2,500/month. It's got all new everything and is in an elevator building with a laundry room. There's also no fee if you sign a two-year lease.

? And in Boerum Hill, a standard 1BR/1BA is going for $2,500/month. It's got newly renovated interiors with exposed brick and big windows.

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