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What $4,400/Month Can Rent You in New York City

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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: $4,400/month.


↑ In the Seaport, a renovated 1,400-square-foot loft is asking $4,395/month. It has only one bedroom, but two full baths, and an expansive living room with original wide plank floors and exposed wood beams.


↑ In Fort Greene, a 2,000-square-foot garden apartment with two beds and two baths is asking $4,400/month. In addition to the decorative fireplaces and exposed brick and beams, it comes with access to a beautiful rear garden.


↑ In Tribeca, an 855-square-foot two-bedroom apartment in Greenwich Court is renting for $4,400/month. It includes a large living room with a curving wall of windows, as well as all of the building amenities—bike room, doorman, elevator, and shared outdoor space.


↑ In Greenpoint, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment has small rooms but high ceilings. The building has a bunch of amenities including a gym, media room, roof deck, and yoga studio. It's asking $4,338/month with no fee.


↑ On the Lower East Side, a three-bedroom apartment that could apparently be converted into a four-bedroom is going for $4,395/month. It's not incredibly visually exciting but it does have a bunch of painted-over exposed brick.


↑ And in Clinton Hill, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom in a new luxury rental building is going for $4,325/month with no fee. The main highlight is floor-to-ceiling windows, and all the building amenities.

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