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: $3,600/month.
↑ This 950-square-foot two-bedroom, asking $3,700/month in Carroll Gardens, is very intriguing thanks to a) the wealth of original details, and b) the fact that the listing begins with the words "UNDERGOING RENOVATION" and does not go into further detail. It has, or will have, a dishwasher, and hopefully those period details stick around too.
↑ On the Lower East Side, a one-bedroom duplex is going for $3,595/month with no fee. The upper level is a small room that could be used for an office or something leading to a private roof deck. No pets allowed.
↑ In Greenpoint, a newly renovated two-bed, two-bath is being way oversold by its broker, who claims that it is "one of the most beautiful apartments I've ever seen in Greenpoint" and "a work of art." It's asking $3,595/month and also does not allow pets.
↑ In Hell's Kitchen, on West 52nd Street, a 667-square-foot one-bedroom in a luxury building is going for $3,572/month. Building amenities include a gym, roof deck, lounge, billiards room, cinema room, and more.
↑ In a new Park Slope development that purports to be a "loft building" because it has one apartment per floor, this two-bed, one-and-a-half-bath "loft" is asking $3,700/month. It comes with a large private terrace.
↑ And in the West Village, this charming floor-through one-bedroom can be had for $3,500/month. It looks pretty spacious, and also has a no pets policy.
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