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: $4,700/month.
↑ This spacious two-bedroom waterfront apartment in Williamsburg, has large windows in the living room that offer spectacular views of the East River and the Manhattan skyline beyond. Some of the other standout features in this apartment, which is priced at $4,700 per month, include a sit-down breakfast bar, light oak solid wood floors, and a marble bath in the bathroom adjacent to the master bedroom. Amenities in the building where this apartment is located include a landscaped roof terrace, a fitness center, and a 24-hour doorman.
↓ This enormous three-bedroom apartment in Boerum Hill has an over 25-foot long living room. Priced at $4,700 per month, the apartment also has a private outdoor space. The place is fitted with hardwood floors, granite countertops in the kitchen, and comes with stainless appliances. The master bedroom has a private balcony and a walk-in closet, and one of the two bathrooms in the apartment comes with a Jacuzzi tub.
↓ This three-bedroom on the Lower East Side, priced at $4,675 per month, offers a surprising amount of space for its location. All three bedrooms fit queen sized beds, according to the brokerbabble. The apartment is a third-floor walk up and offers plenty of light throughout.
↓ This chicly-appointed two-bedroom in Downtown Brooklyn comes with floor to ceiling windows flooding the apartment with light and plenty of views of the city. Priced at $4,695 per month, the broker provides very few details about the place, apart from the fact that it has an in-unit laundry, and is located on Gold Street in the heart of the financial hub of Brooklyn.
↓ Located in the Theater District, this two-bedroom apartment is just a stone's throw away from Central Park. The apartment was recently renovated and comes with newly fitted fixtures and appliances. It's priced at $4,700 per month and has what appears to be cozy living room area with double doors.
↓ Here's another apartment with floor to ceiling windows. This time it's a one-bedroom in Hell's Kitchen that's priced at $4,700 per month. The living room comes with a glass terrace, which while pretty narrow, still offers nice views of Midtown Manhattan. Some of the other stellar features in the apartment include high ceilings, hardwood floors, custom hardwood cabinets, and the bathroom comes fitted with Italian porcelain tile. Amenities in the building include a roof deck, and a fitness center.
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