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What $3,600 Rents in NYC Right Now

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See what $3,600 rents in NYC neighborhoods like Chelsea, Williamsburg, and the Upper West Side

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 we're looking at units around NYC renting for around $3,600/month.

↑ This charming two-bedroom apartment in Clinton Hill is priced at $3,600 per month, and comes with a terrace, oak flooring throughout the apartment, and black granite countertops in the kitchen. The apartment is also equipped with a stainless steel Bosch appliance package and custom millwork cabinetry. The building it’s located in features a fitness center, and bike storage.

↑ Located in a five-story townhouse in Chelsea, this one-bedroom apartment is renting for $3,550 per month and boasts high ceilings, and an original brick wall. Located on West 14th Street, an advantage to living here would be the short walk to Union Square and the High Line. The building also features laundry on site.

↑ This two-bedroom apartment on Monitor Street in Williamsburg is just a short walk away from McCarren Park, and costs $3,650 per month to rent. Though it’s not all that close to a subway, the building does boast great views of the Manhattan skyline from its roof. And it comes with amenities like a gym, laundry room, and an entertainment room. The building is pet-friendly as well.

↑ Nestled right in the heart of DUMBO, this one-bedroom pad spans 700 square feet and is asking $3,650 per month. The brokerbabble boasts high ceilings, hardwood floors, and a dishwasher in the apartment. Amenities in this Washington Street building include a laundry room, bike room, and a gym, Oh, and this one’s pet-friendly too.

↑ This quirky studio in the Flatiron District comes with "four distinct living spaces," and is priced at $3,650 per month. Located in a carriage house, this apartment has a private entrance, and comes with access to a rather charming and green backyard. Some of the other standout features in this apartment include barn plank flooring, exposed beams, and two decorative fireplaces.

↑ Located on the Upper West Side, this one-bedroom apartment comes fitted with energy-efficient appliances and is asking $3,550 per month. Other nice features in the apartment include a breakfast bar, a balcony, and a marble-fitted bathroom. There’s laundry in the building, and it’s located close to a Whole Foods, according to the brokerbabble.