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What $5,300/Month Can Rent You Around New York City

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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: $5,300/month.

↑ Welcome to another highly upsetting over-$5,000 edition of Curbed Comparisons. On the Upper West Side, $5,300/month can get you a corner 2BR/2BA across from Central Park. It's got central air, big windows, and a terrace.

↑ In the West Village, this 950-square-foot 1BR duplex contains a wood-burning fireplace, a cool brick column, and a roof deck. It's asking $5,200/month.

↑ One of those glassy new luxury rentals on the Williamsburg waterfront is going for $5,300/month. It has two beds and two baths and the building offers such amenities as concierge service, gym, pool, roof deck, etc.

↑ A very charming 2BR/2BA in a converted elevator brownstone in Brooklyn Heights is going for $5,400/month with no fee. The fireplace is functional, the shelves are built in, and the kitchen is renovated.

↑ In the Financial District, a purported loft (not a loft) with two beds and two baths is asking $5,400/month. The building has a ton of fancy FiDi-ish amenities.

↑ And in NoMad, an 855-square-foot 1BR/1BA with huge windows is renting for $5,300/month with no fee. It also has a bunch of great building amenities, like concierge service, cold storage, a gym, and more.

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