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: $4,100/month.
↑ This Greenpoint apartment is described as a "true raw loft" and there is definitely no arguing with that. What walls it does have look like they were put up as a set for a play. Though we do doubt its claim of being a four-bedroom, there are at least two beds...somewhere. The layout involves ladders and is not entirely clear. It's asking $4,100/month.
↑ In Tribeca, a 770-square-foot one-bedroom is going for $4,195/month. It has large windows and building amenities include a roof deck, fitness center, children's playroom, dog washing station, bicycle storage.
↑ Downtown Brooklyn, a newly constructed two-bedroom in luxury rental tower is going for $4,125/month. In addition to floor-to-ceiling windows inside the unit, residents have access to such amenities as an outdoor heated swimming pool, fitness center, and roof deck.
↑ In the East Village, this two-bedroom apartment is not particularly large (a wraparound couch seems to occupy the entire living room), but it was recently renovated and features lot of exposed brick and it's the only place this week with two bathrooms. It wants $4,000/month.
↑ In the Financial District, a two-bedroom in a typically amenity-rich building is asking $4,149/month with no fee. Those amenities include a "Techno Gym," roof deck, doorman, and concierge. The apartment is not particularly exciting but it does have high ceilings and good closet space.
↑ And in Dumbo, a pretty large 988-square-foot two-bedroom is going for $4,100/month. It has high ceilings and a balcony, and the building has a roof deck and a basketball court.
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