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 $1,900.
↑ “This studio home is dripping with details that command your attention and admiration,” says the brokerbabble for this Crown Heights apartment. Among those details are exposed brick, bay windows, stained glass, and a wood-burning fireplace. Rent will run you $1,950/month.
↑ A one-bedroom in Briarwood with 600 square feet of space is also going for $1,950/month. The apartment’s kitchen is huge and lined with a plethora of cabinets and there is also a small balcony.
↑ This Upper East Side studio is renting for $1,875/month. According to the listing description, the apartment has been fully renovated (though the kitchen appliances suggest otherwise).
↑ On the Lower East Side, a one-bedroom is asking an even $1,900/month. Exposed brick, inlaid floors, and a decorative fireplace are paired with modern details that include a new stainless steel kitchen and a redesigned bathroom.
↑ A spacious three-bedroom apartment is renting for $1,875/month in Flatbush. The apartment features high ceilings, a huge mirror, original hardwood floors, and lots of natural light. The 2 and 5 subway lines are just a block away as well.
↑ This Upper West Side studio, asking $1,900/month, is located in a limestone townhouse along Central Park West. It has high ceilings, exposed brick, a great location, and not much else.