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 $2,500/month.
↑ A 650-square-foot apartment with tranquil vibes is renting for $2,495/month in Park Slope. The one-bedroom home has been fully renovated and features six large windows, exposed brick walls, a cozy kitchen with bright blue backsplashes, and a washer/dryer.
↑ In Midtown, a sunny studio is going for $2,495/month. The space features a sunken living room, beamed ceilings, a walk-in closet, and a windowed kitchen with a breakfast bar. The oversized window gives view to Park Avenue and bring in lots of light.
↑ An even $2,500/month can get you this three-bedroom in Mott Haven with hardwood floors, recessed lighting, and decent natural light throughout. The kitchen is small but equipped with stainless steel appliances, and you get access to the building’s roof deck and laundry room.
↑ A spruced up two-bedroom apartment within an Astoria townhouse located in wants $2,500/month. The master bedroom can accommodate a queen-sized bed while the second bedroom can fit a full-sized bed. The eat-in kitchen has been updated with new appliances and the bathroom comes with a skylight.
↑ Head to the Upper East Side and you’ll find this “architect-designed” studio renting for $2,500/month. The bright space has a large living space that is lined with windows, a custom built-in Murphy bed, storage space, a renovated kitchen, a dining alcove, a walk-in closet, and a posh bathroom with marble floors.
↑ For $2,495, there’s this studio in the Financial District that spans just over 500 square feet. The unit has 10-foot ceilings, decent storage space, a small kitchen, and oversized windows with views of the skyline.
Which NYC apartment would you rent for $2,500/month?
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