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 $4,000/month.
↑ For $3,970, there’s this one-bedroom in the Financial District, kitted out with sleek hardwood floors, large single-hung windows, and a small contemporary kitchen. The apartment encompasses 692 square feet and gets plenty of natural light.
↑ A three-bedroom apartment in Greenpoint wants an even $4,000/month. According to the listing description, the home was recently renovated; it has exposed brick walls, a windowed kitchen with lacquered red cabinets, spacious rooms, and private access to the building’s backyard.
↑ In Midtown, an 820-square-foot two-bedroom apartment is renting for $4,033/month. While the living room is a decent size, both bedrooms are a bit small. Nevertheless, there is plenty of storage space, with at least five; it also comes with views of the East River.
↑ This one-bedroom on King Street in Soho comes with decor details like white exposed brick walls and arched windows. A recent renovation brought in a sleek kitchen with modern appliances and a brand new bathroom. The asking price is $4,000/month.
↑ On the Upper West Side, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex wants $4,000/month. It’s not the most modern space, but it does have a decent amount of room. It’s yet another space with brick walls and a decorative fireplace, and there’s also a private roof deck on hand.
↑ Lastly, a 1,050-square-foot apartment in Cobble Hill with two bedrooms wants $4,000/month. It’s located on the top floor of its building, and has six large windows, high ceilings, and a charming decorative fireplace. It’s available for a short-term lease.
Which NYC apartment would you rent for $4,000/month?
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