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: $4,000/month.
↑ In the West Village, this cozy one-bedroom close to the southern end of the High Line (a fact the listing touts) has an open living room and kitchen, along with a somewhat smallish bedroom. But the construction is new and modern, and there's laundry in the building, which is something.
↑ In Vinegar Hill, this two-bedroom apartment, renting for $4,095 per month, has high ceilings and industrial-chic design elements (what's up with that pillar in the middle of the living room?). The building has amenities like a basketball court and a shared roof deck.
↑ This Chelsea one-bedroom in a new condo construction has plenty of new-condo amenities: ash flooring, a customized kitchen, and fancy new bathroom fixtures. The building has a gym, theater, and a "zen garden."
↑ This Midtown West one-bedroom is only a block away from Central Park, and was recently renovated, with a new kitchen, track lighting, and central heat and air conditioning.
↑ In Ridgewood, Queens, this four-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment is laid out over two floors. The home has central air, a brand new kitchen, and plenty of storage space.
↑ This Bed-Stuy two-bedroom duplex is located in a 19th-century townhouse, but it's gotten a modern update, with new bathroom and kitchen fixtures. But some of its charming vintage fixtures remain, including a fireplace in the living room; there's also a garden at the back of the apartment.
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