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New York City rent comparison: What $2,800 gets you

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See what $2,800/month gets you in neighborhoods like Soho, Park Slope, and more

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly 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, we're looking at apartments renting around $2,800.

This Gramercy Park one-bedroom is full of classic charm. There are arched windows and doorways, two decorative fireplaces, and lots of exposed brick throughout, all for $2,800/month.

A newly renovated two-bedroom, one-bathroom in Bed-Stuy is asking $2,775/month. Renovations brought a new kitchen, bathroom, and hardwood floors into play while maintaining the apartment’s original fireplace mantels and a touch of exposed brick.

↑ For $2,850/month, there's this studio in Soho. The 400-square-foot apartment is rather charming, offering some exposed brick, a decorative fireplace, high ceilings, and a separate sleeping loft.

Fresh off of a gut renovation, this polished Upper West Side two-bedroom is seeking $2,800/month. It features new hardwood floors, a small kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and a marble-tiled bathroom.

Park Slope is abundant in pre-war homes and this lovely one-bedroom duplex, asking $2,800/month, is no exception. Set in a brownstone along Park Place, the apartment includes decorative fireplaces, decorative window moldings, high ceilings, and a fair amount of sunlight.

Located at block away from bustling Steinway Street in Astoria, this revitalized one-bedroom is going for $2,850/month. The bedroom looks like it’s on the larger side while the kitchen and bathroom both sport modern finishing touches.