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What $2,800/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: $2,800/month.

↑ This Midtown West apartment totals 815 square feet and features one bedroom and, oddly, two full bathrooms. (The extent to which these bathrooms are pictured leaves some doubt about whether they are both actually "full," so, as with every real estate listing in history, take that with a grain of salt.) It's also a third-floor walkup and is asking $2,850/month.

↑ In Fort Greene, this two-bedroom apartment comes with french doors and a rear-facing balcony. It's asking $2,750/month.

↑ In Park Slope (the southern part), a gut-renovated three-bedroom is going for $2,800/month with no broker fee, heat and hot water included. It features recessed lighting, and a brand new kitchen with a dishwasher and microwave.

↑ This ground-floor studio in Gramercy features a renovated bathroom and kitchen with a breakfast bar/window thing. There's also a private backyard area. It's going for $2,850/month.

↑ In Greenpoint, a one-bed, one-and-a-half-bath duplex is asking $2,800/month. It includes access to a weird little backyard that's shared with one other unit.

↑ And on the Upper East Side, a renovated and well-lit two-bedroom is asking $2,850/month. The bathroom looks a little cramped, but at least that's a cool camera angle.

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