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: $3,400/month.
↑ In Greenwich Village, a not-particularly-large two-bedroom is going for $3,500/month. Only one of the bedrooms is pictured and it's tiny (despite the listing's claim that both bedrooms are "large"—imagine that). Also, there's no stove and only half a refrigerator. But at least you can watch TV in bed.
↑ In Greenpoint, a one-bedroom with some loft space, a nice-looking kitchen, and exposed brick is going for $3,400/month. It also comes with a flatscreen TV, the corner of which made it into one of the shots.
↑ A very clean garden one-bedroom in Carroll Gardens that looks like it was renovated recently is going for $3,500/month. It includes an extra room and access to a private backyard. The drawback, of course, is that it's street-level.
↑ This 900-square-foot one-bedroom in Park Slope comes fully furnished, which includes the upright piano. There's also a dining area, a huge kitchen, and a backyard. It's asking $3,500/month, but unfortunately, it's only available for three months.
↑ On the Upper West Side, this two-bedroom in a doorman/elevator building isn't particularly interesting, but it does look pretty spacious (except the kitchen, where there isn't much room to maneuver). It's asking $3,400/month.
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