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: $2,100/month.
↑ In the East Village, a 550-square-foot studio with exposed brick is going for $2,150/month. It also has large windows. The listing specifies that "ONLY JOE CAN SHOW" so if somebody who is not Joe tries to show you the apartment, don't trust him.
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↑ In Park Slope, a studio apartment in a brownstone building is going for $2,100/month. It has big windows, including one in the bathroom.
↑ A one-bedroom duplex on the Upper East Side is going for $2,100/month. It has a cool spiral staircase and an extra half bath.
↑ This two-bedroom apartment in Bushwick is asking $2,100/month. It comes semi-furnished and has a bunch of nice details like a decorative fireplace, large wood-framed windows, a claw-foot tub, etc.
↑ This one-bedroom apartment in Yorkville is billing itself as a penthouse. It comes with a functional fireplace and a large private terrace. It's asking $2,095/month.
↑ And in Bed-Stuy, a two-bedroom parlor-level apartment is asking $2,075/month. It has some green walls and a man with a blurred out face wearing what looks like an "I HEART KENTUCKY" shirt.
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