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 $4,100/month.
↑In Tribeca, a light-filled alcove studio is renting for $4,160/month. The apartment offers a sizable living/dining area, a sleek kitchen with plenty of cabinets, oversized windows, and views of the World Trade Center.
↑A “rare gem of a duplex” with one bedroom and 1.5 baths is up for grabs in the East Village. The unadorned space features high ceilings, large columns, hardwood floors throughout, a modest kitchen, and plenty of storage. Rent is going for $4,150/month.
↑ For an even $4,100/month, there’s this large Park Slope pad with two bedrooms and two bathrooms spread across 1,200 square feet of space. It comes with a renovated kitchen, a washer/dryer, and oversized windows.
↑ This two-bedroom apartment, located about a block away from Wall Street in the Financial District, is going for $4,095/month. It has high ceilings, hardwood floors, custom cabinetry in the kitchen, and an good amount of natural light.
↑ On the Upper East Side, a three-bedroom with an unusual layout is renting for $4,140. Two of its bedrooms and its only bathroom appear to be positioned on an angle; otherwise, the blank space offers white brick walls, a modest-sized kitchen, and decent storage space.
↑ And finally, in a converted Bushwick church, a loft-like two-bedroom complete with vaulted ceilings and arched windows is going for $4,125/month. The It might require some effort and imagination to make the space feel homey—the layout is a little odd—but the place does come with a modern kitchen and a private deck.
Which NYC apartment would you rent for around $4,100?
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