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: $2,400/month.
↑ There's a renovated top floor one-bedroom asking $2,450/month in an elevator building on the Upper East Side. The kitchen has a breakfast bar, the living room has 11.5-foot ceilings, and the bedroom features a 10-foot long wall of built-in closets.
↑ In South Williamsburg, there's a 1.5BR/1BA railroad apartment asking $2,395. The kitchen is large and has new stainless steel appliances, and the living room features a decorative stone fireplace with a real electric fireplace tucked inside.
↑ For $2,350 per month, there's a one-bedroom with a balcony in Astoria. It looks very new (but the kitchen looks very suburban), and the building has a fitness center, bike storage, and a laundry room on every floor. Bonus: the unit comes with a parking space.
↑ On MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village, there's an oddly-shaped one-bedroom going for an even $2,400. It looks very bright, the kitchen is new, and it has shiny hardwood floors.
↑ A renovated (well, almost renovated, judging by the photos) railroad apartment in Greenpoint has a brand new kitchen with a dishwasher, a decorative fireplace, and French doors. It has two-bedrooms and rent is $2,400.
↑ In a full-service Financial District building, there's a very shiny, very FiDi studio listed for $2,450. Everything looks brand new, it has central AC, and building amenities include a 10,000-square-foot lounge, media room, sundeck, fitness center, and 24-hour doorman.
↑ And to round things out, there's a small duplex with a private balcony in western Crown Heights. Rent is $2,400, and the place has a dishwasher and double-height ceilings in the living room. There is no broker fee.
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