Welcome 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: $4,400/month.
↑ In Soho, this loft with a keyed elevator landing is asking $4,500/month. It is very loft-y, with exposed brick, pipes, and no interior walls, except around the bathroom and a bike-storage room. There are also built-in shelves.
↑ On the Upper West Side, this pleasant-looking two-bedroom is asking $4,500/month. It has exposed brick, a wood-burning fireplace, central air, a washer/dryer, and is very emphatic about allowing pets.
↑ A converted industrial building in Williamsburg is offering this two-bedroom for $4,395/month. It's heavy on the exposed brick and ceiling beams.
↑ In Park Slope, this townhouse duplex has three beds and one and a half baths. It's not quite as luxurious as most of the other places this week, but there are some original details and you get to sleep under an arch, if that's something you're into. $4,400/month.
↑ Speaking of luxury, in Long Island City, a three-bed, two-bath in a new waterfront high-rise is going for $4,500/month. It has lots of big windows and lots of fancy building amenities.
↑ And in Greenpoint, this apartment isn't very exciting to look at and the finishes don't look particularly expensive, but it does have three beds, two baths, and roof you can go on. It's asking $4,400/month with no fee.
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