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 $6,100.
↑ A two-bedroom, two-bathroom in Gowanus’s schmancy 365 Bond Street is renting for $6,092/month. The apartment embraces that industrial-chic look with an open living/dining room, oak wood floors, and floor-to-ceiling casement windows that overlook the Gowanus Canal. (Okay, maybe that’s not the best perk.)
↑ In Midtown, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment within a prewar building is renting for $6,050/month. The space recently got a renovation but retained its wood-burning fireplace and beamed ceilings. The caveat: the views don’t appear to be that great.
↑ $6,100/month rents this loft-like Dumbo corner apartment with two bedrooms and one bathroom. The unit comes with wood floors, high ceilings, and oversized windows. A private terrace has views of Brooklyn Bridge Park and the Manhattan skyline.
↑ This quirky Gramercy Park loft is a one-bedroom, but covers 1,327 square feet of space. The triplex apartment has double-height ceilings and a wall of windows. There are two full bathrooms, a spacious kitchen with a wine fridge, and a huge walk-in closet on the second floor. It’s going for $6,150/month.
↑ This massive Greenpoint loft has six bedrooms (!), three bathrooms, and modern conveniences that include central air conditioning and a washer/dryer unit. There’s also plenty of closet space, all for a net effective price of $6,050/month.
↑ An 858-square-foot apartment in NoMad offers plenty of light and space for $6,129/month. According to the listing , the apartment has been decked out with high end finishes that includes a gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry, stone and marble bedecked bathrooms, and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout that offer sweeping views of Manhattan.