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NYC rent comparisons: What $2,300 gets you

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See what $2,300/month rents in neighborhoods like the Lower East Side, Bed-Stuy, 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 $2,300.

↑ A three-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment in Bed-Stuy, spanning 1,100 square feet, is asking $2,300/month. It has classic details like exposed brick walls and wooden moldings, but there are also modern updates, including recessed lighting and a renovated kitchen.

↑ In Two Bridges, a rent-stabilized one-bedroom fresh off of a gut renovation is renting for $2,267/month. The space features a small corner chef’s kitchen, a sleek bathroom, and oak floors throughout.

↑ A sunny one-bedroom in Astoria is going for $2,300/month. The 650-square-foot space comes with a walk-in closet, small but modern kitchen, and a washer/dryer unit.

↑ Rent an Upper West Side studio on Columbus Avenue and 86th Street for $2,300/month. There’s no floorplan, alas, but judging from the photos, the space is quite generous and comes with a good amount of storage.

↑ Up in Washington Heights, a 705-square-foot apartment has been gut-renovated and wants $2,300/month. The living room features high ceilings and recessed lighting (though it appears to be lacking windows) while the kitchen is filled with sleek wood cabinets, granite countertops, and new appliances.

↑ If you’re looking to rent short-term, this alcove studio in Midtown, asking $2,350/month, could be an option. Though its looks a bit cramped but the space covers 500 square feet, and with the right configuration could feel larger.