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New York rent comparison: What $3,750/month gets you right now

See what $3,750/month rents you in neighborhoods like Long Island City, Chelsea, and Park Slope

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 $3,750/month.

Corcoran

↑A 1,200-square-foot apartment in Park Slope is renting for $3,700/month. The corner apartment has been renovated and includes three bedrooms, one bathroom, a large eat-in kitchen with new appliances and cabinets, high ceilings, and lots of windows that give way to great natural light. The downside is that you have to climb three flights of stairs to get to it.

Compass

↑On the Upper East Side, $3,750/month rents you this one-bedroom condo that covers 685 square feet and has views of the building’s private garden. The space has been furnished with custom finishes like lacquered kitchen cabinets, the bedroom’s walk-in closet, and the custom-designed bathroom tiles. You also get a private balcony that has decent views of Manhattan.

↑A sunny two-bedroom, two-bathroom in Long Island City wants $3,700/month. The modest-sized apartment has been designed with simple finishes that includes a small modern kitchen and decent views of the city’s skyline.

Bond New York

↑A three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment with a simple layout in Inwood is going for $3,800/month. The apartment looks crisp and clean with a small amount of prewar elements like inlaid wood floors, high ceilings, and crown molding. It’s also been given a modern kitchen and is a short walk to Fort Tryon Park.

↑$3,750/month can get you a sleek, loft-like abode in Chelsea with high beamed ceilings, white oak flooring, a small updated kitchen, and custom closets. The one-bedroom apartment has a formal dining room that can be converted into another bedroom or an office space.

↑Last but not least, a cozy two-bedroom, one-bathroom in Soho is going for an even $3,700/month. The living room and kitchen are on the small side but both bedrooms appear to be spacious and filled with natural light.

Poll

Which apartment would you choose for $3,750?

This poll is closed

  • 28%
    Park Slope
    (188 votes)
  • 11%
    Upper East Side
    (75 votes)
  • 7%
    Long Island City
    (47 votes)
  • 5%
    Inwood
    (36 votes)
  • 18%
    Chelsea
    (122 votes)
  • 28%
    Soho
    (191 votes)
659 votes total Vote Now

Fort Tryon Park

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