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: $3,100/month.
↑ On the Upper West Side, this somewhat odd two-bathroom duplex features one room on each level. The upper level has the kitchen, some exposed brick, large windows, wood floors, and recessed lighting. The lower level has mirrors that are being removed and a tile floor that is being replaced. The whole thing is asking $3,050/month.
↑ In Park Slope, a full-floor one-bedroom with a home office is going for $3,100/month. It has large windows, a renovated kitchen, and some prewar details.
↑ According to the listing, this one-bedroom (or, possible three-bedroom, per the brokerbabble) in the East Village is currently under construction, so perhaps these pictures aren't pictures of the actual apartment, but if they are that's pretty cool because there's a sliding door. It also apparently comes with a "FLAT SCREEN TV and bluetooth speaker system." It's all a little mysterious, but also pretty enticing. It's asking $3,166/month.
↑ In Greenpoint, a renovated loft containing the loft trifecta—high ceilings, exposed brick, exposed ceiling beams—is going for $3,100/month.
↑ In Chinatown, a one-bedroom apartment with exposed brick and a new kitchen is asking $3,050/month. It also has pretty big windows and appears to have a good amount of storage space.
↑ And in Prospect Heights, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom with lots of exposed brick, wood molding, and original details is going for $3,125/month.
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