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What $2,300/Month Can Rent You in New York City

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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: $2,300/month.


↑ In the Columbia Street Waterfront District section of Cobble Hill, a one-bedroom apartment with exposed brick and large closet in the bedroom, located on a cobblestone street, is going for $2,276/month.


↑ A new-looking two-bedroom in Fort Greene is asking $2,368/month and features french doors, some exposed brick, and recessed lighting.


↑ This 900-square-foot apartment in Crown Heights apparently has three bedrooms, which are obviously way on the small side. The layout is not entirely clear and that one picture with the arch looks like an optical illusion. What's going on here? We're not sure, but it's asking $2,300/month.


↑ In Harlem, up on 144th Street, a "two-bedroom" unit is going for a mere $2,200/month with no fee. The living room is brightly lit and relatively spacious, and the "bedrooms" are tiny windowless boxes.


↑ In Red Hook, a one-bedroom apartment with about four square inches of counter space is available for $2,200/month, utilities included. The bedroom looks tiny. Lots of tiny bedrooms at this price point.


↑ And, on the Upper East Side, a nice-looking one-bedroom with a separate windowed kitchen is going for $2,400/month. The bedroom looks...pretty small.

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