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: $2,000/month.
↑ In Bed-Stuy, this 550-square-foot one-bedroom might be small, but it has some charming details and large windows, which look like they provide a lot of natural light. There's also a separate kitchen. It's asking $2,000/month.
↑ In East Harlem, a 775-square-foot two-bedroom is going for $2,100/month. It has new kitchen countertops and looks fairly spacious.
↑ This newly renovated one-bedroom in the East Village has two notable features: exposed brick, and a decorative fireplace, the placement of which makes it clear that the wall separating the bedroom from the living room and kitchen is a relatively new addition. It wants $2,085/month.
↑ You probably don't have to sleep on a mattress on the floor if you live in this Crown Heights apartment, but it's clearly an option. The renovated one-bedroom includes exposed brick and a private balcony and is asking $1,900/month, with no fee.
↑ In Flatiron, a large studio with a walk-in closet and a beamed ceiling is going for $1,999/month.
↑ And in Park Slope, this one-bedroom might be very small, but it's also got charm, with some exposed brick and wood-framed windows, closet, and door. It can be yours for $1,995/month.
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