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New York City Rent Comparison: What $4,300 Gets You

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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: $4,300/month.


↑ This gorgeous two-bedroom in Dumbo still retains the charm of the former industrial building in which it's located. Modern additions include hardwood flooring throughout, and a laundry and dishwasher in unit. ↓ For $4,300 per month on the Upper East Side, this apartment comes with plenty of space and ample light to boot. There's lots of exposed brick, all of its bedrooms can fit queen-size beds, and there's a washer and dryer in unit.


↓ In the Financial District, this one-bedroom apartment has sleek stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and floors made with Burmese Teak. Other features in the apartment include a built-in chef's kitchen and space for a home office. The luxury condo it's located in features amenities like a sauna, a cinema room, and a basketball court.


↓ Located along Fifth Avenue in Park Slope, this two-bedroom is notable for its floor-to-ceiling windows; the wooden paneling and cabinets in the kitchen; and a 200-square-foot private deck.


↓ In Hell's Kitchen, this one-bedroom , priced at $4,300 per month, also comes with floor-to-ceiling windows and a large living room and bedroom. The apartment's minimalist aesthetic is also reflected in the understated kitchen and bathroom.


↓ If the kitchen and the bedroom in this Chelsea apartment are anything to go by, the one-bedroom apartment won't be on the market too long. The apartment offers views of the Hudson River and comes with hardwood floors. The building it's in has a 24-hour attended parking garage, a doorman, and a garden area.


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