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NYC rent comparisons: What $1,350 gets you

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See what $1,350/month rents in neighborhoods like Forest Hills, Inwood, 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 $1,350.

↑ For $1,375/month, there’s this spare Jackson Heights studio, filled with sunlight. Following a gut renovation, the space has high ceilings, new kitchen appliances, and a practical bathroom.

↑ This one-bedroom in Ocean Hill isn’t the most inspiring but it is bigger than a studio and is renting for $1,400/month. Perhaps all it needs to really shine are the right furnishings.

↑ In Inwood, a 350-square-foot studio is seeking $1,395/month. Yes, the space is tiny but if you can get past that, it has two large closets and plenty of windows. Sorry pet lovers—animals aren’t allowed here.

↑ $1,370/month rents this studio on West 193rd Street and St. Nicholas Avenue in Washington Heights (or an area that some folks call Fort George). The small space has been renovated with new stainless steel appliances and a black subway-tiled bathroom.

↑ Rent this 650-square-foot apartment in Williamsbridge, up in the Bronx, for $1,350/month. The one-bedroom apartment is further out than some of the others featured this week, but the 2 and 5 lines are about two blocks away at the Gun Hill Road station.

↑ This large studio in Forest Hills is going for $1,350/month. The apartment is no-frills but judging from the floorplan, there is plenty of closet space and the two living room windows allow for a fair amount of natural light.