Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various NYC neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $2,600/month.
↑ This two-bedroom apartment in Astoria is just incredibly weird. The light pink and light green walls are weird. The fact that the whole living room is tiled like one big kitchen is weird. The fact that the second bedroom, which is clearly too small to really be a bedroom, even exists is weird. It's asking $2,500/month, utilities included.
↑ This one-bedroom rental in Kips Bay doesn't look particularly spacious but it is located in a full-service building with a doorman, roof deck, lounge, health club, etc. It's asking $2,700/month.
↑ In Clinton Hill, this two-bedroom apartment has exposed brick, two decorative fireplaces, and is asking $2,595/month. It looks like it gets a good amount of natural light, but is also half a block away from the BQE.
↑ An odd little three-level studio in the West Village is going for $2,590/month. The listing says that it has two bathrooms although it's not entirely clear where either of them are hiding.
↑ In Park Slope, an 800-square-foot one-bedroom with an "additional walk-in closet/office" located on the top floor of a three-story walkup is going for $2,550/month.
↑ And in Greenpoint, a two-bedroom with many different sizes of window is going for $2,550/month. It has a sliver of exposed brick and a "private balcony" that looks suspiciously like a fire escape.
· Curbed Comparisons archives [Curbed]