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: $3,200/month.
↑ This weird little two-level apartment with a private roof terrace on the Upper West Side is going for $3,250/month. It includes two bedrooms, a lot of exposed brick, and a tiny kitchen. We're not entirely clear on where the second bedroom is (or where the first bedroom is). It looks like living there would be akin to participating in a live-action game of Chutes and Ladders, which might be fun.
↑ In Carroll Gardens, a one-bedroom "dripping with architectural details" (that means it's got some molding and stuff) is asking $3,200/month. It has an additional room that can be used as an office or a non-legal bedroom.
↑ In Soho, a charming little one-bedroom with exposed brick is asking $3,200/month. Despite the smallness, it has a nice, open kitchen with a (small) island and a (small) bar.
↑ A luxury one-bedroom rental in Long Island City is going for $3,150/month with no fee. In addition to the large windows and general spaciousness, it comes with access to building amenities such as private gaming and club rooms, a landscaped sundeck with fireplace and river views, and a gym.
↑ In Williamsburg, a shiny new one-bedroom with many windows, exposed brick, and an extra room is going for $3,150/month.
↑ And in the West Village, yet another small one-bedroom with exposed brick is going for $3,250/month. It separates itself from the pack by having french doors between the bedroom and living room.
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