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 renting for around $4,000/month.
↑ In a pre-war Greenpoint rowhouse, $3,995 a month can land you in a full-floor three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment. The home has been recently renovated but still maintains original features like exposed brick and the decorative fireplace found in the living room.
↑ This eclectic Midtown duplex offers one bedroom, one-and-a-half bathrooms, skylights, and oversized windows. Furnishings are included so if you’re not a fan of prints and colors, you may want to overlook this one. It’s asking $4,000 a month.
↑ The listing describes this Long Island City dwelling as being a "bright and happy apartment," which seems apt enough. This 1,250-square-foot home, asking $3,995 a month, has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large kitchen, and a sprawling bathroom with separate tub and shower units.
↑ This apartment is located in Downtown Brooklyn’s COOKFOX-designed City Tower, part of the larger City Point megaproject. As for the apartment, there’s two-bedrooms, one-bathroom, a large living room, and plenty of oversized windows all for an asking price of $4,024.
↑ This spacious Stuyvesant Town one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is asking $3,969. While the kitchen’s narrow design will likely turn off some renters, the recently renovated space includes high ceilings, an open living and dining room area, and lovely hardwood floors.
↑ In Rego Park, $3,995 can get you a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in one of the neighborhoods sophisticated residential towers. The sunny abode is also quite spacious throughout. There aren’t any pictures of the kitchen but if the floorplan is anything to go by, it looks like it’s a decent-sized space.
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