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What $3,000/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: $3,000/month.


↑ In Park Slope, a floor-through garden-level one-bedroom is asking $3,050/month. It includes a decorative fireplace, original wood shutters, and access to a very nice backyard.


↑ On the Upper West Side, a third-floor walkup one-bedroom with exposed brick, a decorative fireplace, and large wood-framed windows is asking $3,000/month. It also includes a Juliet balcony overlooking West 76th Street.


↑ In Williamsburg, a spacious two-bedroom with a home office is asking $3,000/month. It has french doors, a skylight, and at least one random splotch of exposed brick.


↑ This Kips Bay listing wins some points for featuring the current tenant's cat in the photos, although that's not actually a good reason to rent an apartment. The place is perfectly nice, though, with a large living room and decorative fireplace. It's asking $2,995/month.


↑ In Cobble Hill, a very new-looking one-bedroom is asking $3,000/month. The kitchen especially is very new and fancy and there's also a private covered back patio with a porch swing and a ceiling fan.


↑ And in Harlem, a two-bedroom apartment with huge windows is going for $2,995/month. The kitchen, though small, has new appliances.

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