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: $3,400/month.
↑ This full-floor townhouse apartment on Saint Johns Place and Fifth Avenue in Park Slope has three bedrooms, which is good, and a cat sleeping on one of the beds, which is adorable. It's asking $3,500/month.
↑ On the Upper West Side, a corner one-bedroom in condop building on 89th Street is asking $3,300/month. It does not allow pets, but the building offers such amenities as a gym, doorman, concierge, roof deck, and laundry.
↑ This weird ground floor/basement duplex in Fort Greene doesn't look especially homey (or wide) but it does have three beds and two baths, which are covered in some kind of trippy tiling. It's asking $3,500/month.
↑ In Chelsea, this bland one-bedroom in a prewar elevator building is asking $3,495/month. It's got, you know, walls and stuff.
↑ Another duplex, this one in Williamsburg, is asking $3,395/month. It is located in what the brokerbabble describes as as a "futuristic luxury elevator building," which is apparently futuristic because it has free laundry. The ceilings are as high as the spiral staircase is terrifying.
↑ And finally, on West 112th Street in Harlem, a 1,037-square-foot three-bedroom is going for $3,475/month. The kitchen looks pretty nice.
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