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What $3,900/Month Can Rent You in New York City

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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: $3,900/month.

↑ In Williamsburg, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom in a doorman building is going for $3,900/month. Exposed wood beams provide some anachronistic character, and amenities include a nice-looking roof deck and a gym.

↑ In Midtown West, this one-bedroom is going for $3,890/month with no fee. It is very Midtown West-ish in that it's small but looks big, what with the walls of windows and column. It also has all the customary fancy building amenities.

↑ This handsome, Central Park-bordering, two-bedroom, two-bedroom on the Upper West Side is going for $4,000/month with no fee and seems just slightly too good to be true. It includes herringbone floors and small balcony.

↑ In Chelsea, a genuine loft is going for $3,850/month. It features original wood flooring, vast expanses of exposed brick, and a restored, functional wood-burning fireplace.

↑ In Kips Bay, this duplex two-bedroom penthouse isn't much to look at on the inside, but the highlight is the private roof deck. It's asking $3,850/month.

↑ And Vinegar Hill, a luxurious 918-square-foot one-bedroom is asking $3,995/month. It comes with a balcony and a "private corner rooftop cabana."

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