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What $4,000/Month Can Rent You in 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 NYC neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $4,000/month.

↑ This week we are, of course, looking exclusively at places with outdoor space, such as this Upper East Side rental on 62nd Street and 2nd Avenue. The apartment itself, a one-bedroom, is 800 square feet, but the large private terrace adds another 648. It also has marble floors throughout and the kitchen is frighteningly narrow. It's asking $4,000/month.

↑ You don't get any private outdoor space with this $4,025/month, 651-square-foot one-bedroom in Tribeca, but you do get a slew of impressive common spaces, from the roof deck to the spa terrace and whirlpool.

↑ No word on whether the hammock is included with this 1,000-square-foot two-bedroom in Boerum Hill, but the 800-square-foot backyard includes a deck (not pictured) and a stone patio. It's going for $3,900/month.

↑ In West Chelsea, this 800-square-foot one-bedroom comes with a shared garden that include a fountain. So that's pretty cool. It's asking $4,000/month, with no fee — heat, gas, water, and electric are included.

↑ This spacious-looking two-bedroom in Williamsburg offers a private balcony and a shared roof deck for $4,100/month. The building also has a gym, and the unit includes a washer and dryer.

↑ The listing for this garden duplex on the Upper West Side contains unsettlingly few interior photos (and the ones it does include are not encouraging), but it also comes with a large, private backyard, mostly paved. It's asking $4,000/month.

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