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: $4,900/month.
↑ In Williamsburg, this two-bedroom, two-bedroom is marked by exposed brick, exposed beams, large windows, and restored wooden ceilings. The building includes such amenities as a furnished roof deck with gas barbecue, gym, and bike storage, and the apartment is asking $4,900/month.
↑ On the Upper West Side, this Riverside Boulevard two-bedroom in an amenity-packed, Trump-branded building is going $4,850/month. It includes floor-to-ceiling windows and a separate dining alcove.
↑ In Gramercy, this glamorous one-bedroom is going for $5,000/month. It includes prewar details, exposed brick, a decorative mantle, and best (weirdest) of all a motor scooter.
↑ This staid Turtle Bay two-bedroom is heavy on the decorative fireplaces and wall-mounted TVs. It's also a fourth-floor walkup. It's asking $4,950/month.
↑ In the Financial District, this true loft features exposed brick and beams, and "exposed" is putting it lightly. It might not feel especially homey, but you can't beat those double (triple?) height ceilings. It's asking $5,000/month.
↑ And in Carroll Gardens, a parlor-level two-bedroom with fancy details and high ceilings is asking $4,850/month. Highlights include french doors, latticework, and ornate plaster molding.
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