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: $2,100/month.
↑ In Crown Heights, this three-bedroom apartment is heavy on the original details, but light on overall space, as each room appears to be tinier than the last. It costs $2,150/month, though, and when you're paying $717 per bedroom you don't typically expect inlaid floors, decorative mantle, oversized windows, and the like.
↑ In Chelsea, a renovated studio with a french door separating the living area from the area is asking $2,200/month. It includes a large closet and exposed brick.
↑ This Williamsburg one-bedroom seems have been photographed by someone just walking around snapping pictures of walls and ceilings at random, but luckily there's a floorplan included so we can make some sense of the place. The bathroom kitchen isn't ideal, but at least it's been renovated recently. It's asking $2,100/month.
↑ In the East Village, a small one-bedroom with wood-framed windows and an exposed brick wall (which mysteriously disappears from one photo to the next, but oh well) is going for $2,200/month.
↑ In Clinton Hill, an 800-square-foot floor-through one-bedroom with an additional bedroom/office/big closet is going for $2,175/month. The listing claims it's been renovated, so let's hope these picture were taken before that happened.
↑ And in Midtown East, a renovated studio apartment, also with french doors separating the living and sleeping areas, is going for only $2,000/month. It has not one but two closets, as well as a weird little foyer kitchen.
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