Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a 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! In honor of Staten Island Week, we're looking at apartments renting for between $1,500 and $1,700/month.
↑ Unsurprisingly, Urby made it onto this list: the enormous rental offering one of its studio apartments for a net rent of $1,625 with a 14 month lease (gross rent is really $1,895). If you’ve missed the run-down on all that this amenity-packed development has to offer, you can catch up here.
↑ $1,495 rents you this sunny one-bedroom in Grymes Hill. Judging from the photos, the apartment is pretty large and a recent renovation has introduced a new kitchen and shiny hardwood floors. The best part: no security deposit required!
↑ A one-bedroom, one-bathroom in Shore Acres is renting for an even $1,500/month. It’s a modest space with sizable rooms, a windowed eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and two large closets.
↑ In New Dorp, a sun-filled duplex is renting for $1,500/month. The space consists of two bedrooms, two-bathrooms, and a practical windowed kitchen. There is also the option to convert the space into a three-bedroom, if needed.
↑ The listing photos for this two-bedroom apartment in Tompkinsville aren’t the most telling nor is the broker’s description but from what we can gather, it looks like it’s a not-too-terrible space for $1,600/month.
↑ Lastly, a three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment on the second floor of a home in South Beach is asking $1,680/month. The space receives ample sunlight and there is a simple modest kitchen.
Which Staten Island apartment would you choose?
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