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: $2,100/month.
↑ On the Upper West Side, a two-level one-bedroom with exposed brick is asking $2,200/month. It's less than a block from Central Park and allows pets. The kitchen is its own separate room, which is nice.
↑ In Murray Hill, a pretty normal-looking one-bedroom is going for $2,050/month. Though fairly unremarkable, it does appear to have more than its fair share of closets.
↑ This one-bedroom with an additional office/miscellaneous room in Park Slope has a ton of character, which manifests itself in the form of a decorative fireplace, ornamented ceilings, french doors, etc. There's also outdoor space. It wants $2,190/month.
↑ In Greenpoint, a brand new second-floor one-bedroom is going for $2,000/month. It has all new appliances, of course, and very big windows. No pets allowed. The building has a shared courtyard.
↑ In Harlem, up on 139th Street, this two-bedroom looks very spacious, and the building has a doorman, gym, roof deck, laundry, and more, although pets are not welcome. It's going for $2,200/month.
↑ And in Bushwick, this apparently renovated apartment has three bedrooms for only $2,000/month. Unfortunately, it sits at the midway point between the J and L lines, which means that it's going to be a schlep to either train.
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