Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you 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: $3,100/month.
↑ In Clinton Hill, a floor-through garden apartment with two bedrooms (one of which is very small, but features a skylight) is asking $3,175/month. It has a washer/dryer, a dishwasher, and a concrete paved backyard that does looks like it's probably shared with the rest of the building, but hey — outdoor space is outdoor space.
↑ In Bed-Stuy, a brand new first floor/basement duplex is going for $3,000/month. The basement isn't particularly attractive but it does look spacious. There's also a private backyard.
↑ A two-bedroom with crown molding on the Upper East Side, in the 70s, is asking $3,000/month. It has a windowed eat-in kitchen and a patio, although "patio" is putting it pretty generously for an approximately two-foot-wide sliver of outdoor space. Still, it's enough space for a grill.
↑ In Boerum Hill, a corner two-bed, one-bath unit with a private roof deck is asking $3,200/month. It looks like the kitchen is locating in the foyer. Neither bedroom is pictured, ominously.
↑ In Midtown East, you an get a ground-floor 750-square-foot one-bedroom for $3,000/month. It includes a large, private outdoor area with some poorly photoshopped-in furniture and potted plants.
↑ Whoever photographed this two-bedroom apartment in Carroll Gardens should have maybe turned the lights on first, but anyway, it's asking $3,100/month, totals 850 square feet, and has some exposed brick.
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