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: $4,100/month.
↑ In the East Village, a floor-through one-bedroom is renting for $4,100/month. It appears to come with two people acting out a play or something, as well as a huge moose head. There's also a private backyard and the bathroom looks pretty big.
↑ In Cobble Hill, a floor-through two-bedroom is going for $4,100/month. It features a decorative fireplace and a private terrace leading down to a large private backyard.
↑ This Tribeca studio is pretty standard, but it's large (742 square feet) and it's got big windows, and it's in Tribeca, so it costs $4,050/month with no fee. The building also has a lot of fancy amenities.
↑ This one-bedroom loft in Dumbo has a lot of built-in bookshelves, exposed wood beams, a home office, and two baths. There's also a shared roof deck and gym in the building. It's asking $4,100/month.
↑ A very white one-bedroom on the Upper East Side is asking $4,149/month with no fee. It's a corner unit so it has two exposures and lots of windows.
↑ And in Carroll Gardens, this attractive two-bedroom includes such features as a decorative marble fireplace, working pocket window shutters, restored hardwood floors, exposed brick in the bathroom, a formal dining room, and more. It wants $4,100/month.
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