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: $2,200/month.
↑ On the Lower East Side, a gut-renovated studio apartment with a separate kitchen is going for $2,300/month. It has an entire wall of exposed brick and a fair amount of natural light, and the brokerbabble describes it as "quiet."
↑ In Clinton Hill, you can get a two-bed, two-bath apartment for $2,250/month, however, one of the bedrooms looks like a glorified closet and the other one isn't pictured, so that's not great. On the bright side, there's a balcony.
↑ On the Upper East Side, on East 81st Street, a one-bedroom with exposed brick, a dishwasher, and recessed lighting can be had for $2,200/month.
↑ This two-bedroom apartment in subprime Williamsburg was apparently photographed by someone who is under a foot tall, which is the only way to explain the extreme low angle of all the pictures. It's asking $2,200/month with no fee.
↑ In Midtown East, a nice-looking, relatively spacious studio is asking $2,250/month. Highlights includes the beamed ceilings, arched doorways, and dishwasher.
↑ And in Crown Heights, a currently very messy two-bedroom is listing for $2,300/month, with no fee. It comes with a backyard and a dishwasher.
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