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What $4,100/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: $4,100/month.


? Two floors (one of which appears to be the basement) in a renovated Greenpoint house contains two beds, two baths, 1,500 square feet, and a private terrace for $4,000/month. Oh yeah, and there's a private pool. It's pretty hard to argue with a private pool. Regardless of how the voting plays out, we're just going to go ahead and declare this one the winner up front.


? In the Financial District, this spacious 2BR/2BA can be converted to a less spacious 3BR/2BA. It's new and shiny and looks like it gets pretty good light. The building, being a luxury rental building in FiDi, has plenty of amenities. The apartment is asking $4,195/month.


? This spacious, light-filled 2BR/2BA in Carroll Gardens is asking $4,200/month. It has nice-looking floors, a lot of exposed brick, and a amply-sized kitchen.


? This 2BR/2BA duplex in Greenwich Village is three blocks south of Union Square and has a lot of exposed brick. Unfortunately, it's all covered in a salmon shade of paint that's really making us crave lox. $4,100/month.


? On the Upper West Side, a renovated 3BR/1BA is going for $3,995/month. Everything is all new and there are a bunch of closets.


? A 2BR/2BA in Downtown Brooklyn's The Toren is available for $4,000/month or $4,395/month furnished. It has a ton of amenities, including a gym, concierge, recreation facilities, and pool. Not a private pool, though.

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