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NYC rent comparisons: What $3,250 gets you

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See what $3,250/month rents in neighborhoods like the West Village, Downtown Brooklyn, 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 $3,250.

↑ After a gut renovation, this one-bedroom in the West Village is renting for $3,250/month. The cozy space has high ceilings, and a recent renovation added a new kitchen and bathroom.

↑ The listing calls this Financial District apartment a one-bedroom, for $3,300/month, but it’s really more of an alcove studio. Whatever you may call it, the apartment is spacious, offering more than 700 square feet with high ceilings and sleek finishes—not surprising, considering it’s in a building that was remodeled by Philippe Starck.

↑ In Downtown Brooklyn, an “ultra-luxury” one-bedroom is going for $3,250/month. The apartment features floor-to-ceiling windows, a sleek kitchen with fancy appliances, and what appear to be concrete walls.

↑ If you’re a fan of skylights, this West Chelsea one-bedroom is for you. The living room, which is topped with those windows, also features a wood-burning fireplace. There’s a sizable kitchen with modern appliances, two large closets, and another skylight in the foyer. Rent is $3,200/month.

↑ $3,300/months rents you this three-bedroom, one-bathroom in East Harlem. Though it’s been revamped with modern amenities, exposed brick and the living room’s decorative fireplace keep some prewar charm in place.

↑ This duplex apartment in Ridgewood, Queens is asking $3,200/month. The brokerbabble calls it “truly unique” (but doesn’t offer much more in the way of a description), and the three-bedroom pad comes with one and a half bathrooms and a private backyard.