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New York rent comparison: What $1,800 gets you

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See what $1,800/month rents in neighborhoods like Long Island City, Harlem, and Williamsburg

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 $1,800.

↑ A bright one-bedroom in Long Island City is asking $1,800/month with a 15 month lease. The modest apartment consists of a small renovated kitchen, modern bathroom, and queen-sized bedroom.

↑ In Glendale, Queens, a two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is renting for $1,795/month. Both bedrooms can accommodate a queen sized bed and the kitchen offers generous cabinet space along with stainless steel appliances.

↑ This small Upper East Side studio is going for $1,850/month. The apartment has a cozy open space, a tiny kitchen, a small dining area, and a full-sized bathroom. It’s also located three blocks away from the Second Avenue subway’s 72nd Street station.

↑ $1,799 rents you this renovated one-bedroom up in Pelham Parkway. The apartment is quite spacious and includes a large living room, modern kitchen, a nice bathroom, and plenty of windows.

↑ Rent this one-bedroom apartment in Harlem along West 127th Street for $1,800/month. Hardwood floors, exposed brick, and a sizable kitchen with new appliances encompass the space, and the location is great.

↑ For $1,750/month, rent this renovated studio in Williamsburg bedecked with new hardwood floors, new kitchen appliances, and loads of sunlight. From the small glimpse that we get of the bathroom, things appear to be in good condition.