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: $2,200/month.
↑ In Hell's Kitchen, a one-bedroom with two splotches of exposed brick, each with a fireplace-shaped hole, is asking $2,250/month. The kitchen, such as it is, does not offer a bounty of counter or storage space.
↑ In Harlem, up on 140th Street, a three-bedroom with a windowed kitchen and a washer/dryer is asking $2,225/month. The living room looks pretty spacious as well.
↑ In a prewar co-op building in Sunnyside, a renovated one-bedroom apartment is asking $2,200/month. It has some nice details, such as molding, and all new kitchen appliances.
↑ In Carroll Gardens, a small floor-through one-bedroom wants $2,250/month. It comes with access to a shared rear garden, plenty of closet space, and ceiling fans.
↑ In East Harlem, circa 110th Street, a 584-square-foot one-bedroom in an elevator building is going for $2,275/month. The windows are plentiful.
↑ The bedroom in this Greenpoint apartment, with two windows, exposed brick, and a decorative fireplace, is very cute. The rest of the place is less cute. It's asking $2,200/month.
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