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What $3,000 rents in Brooklyn right now

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See what $3,000 rents you in Brooklyn neighborhoods like Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, 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 in Brooklyn renting around $3,000/month.

↑ In Bushwick, a duplex apartment with three bedrooms and 1.5 baths is renting for an even $3,000/month. The rooms appear to be a bit small but there are other nice features, including high ceilings, central air, and exclusive access to the basement.

Signature Premiere Properties.

↑ A 605-square-foot alcove studio in Williamsburg is also going for $3,000/month. It comes with an open kitchen with a breakfast bar, a washer/dryer, and floor-to-ceiling windows that give view of Lower Manhattan.

Bedford Six Realty.

↑ For $2,995/month, there’s this renovated apartment within a Bed-Stuy building. There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms sprawled across 1,100 square feet along with a windowed kitchen with new appliances, new hardwood floors, exposed brick, and a decorative fireplace in the living room.

Ideal Properties Group.

↑ Modern touches accompany a few original details in this two-bedroom apartment in Park Slope, asking $3,000/month. You’ll find inlaid wood floors and French doors, along with an open kitchen, high ceilings, and a brand new bathroom.

↑ If you’re a fan of exposed brick, this two-bedroom in Crown Heights, asking $2,995/month, has plenty of it. Though the listing doesn’t describe this apartment as a duplex, there is a set of stairs that either leads to what is likely an upper level. The kitchen comes with stainless steel appliances, and the place has arched windows, high ceilings, and plenty of sunlight.

↑ Lastly, this spacious one-bedroom in Greenpoint has a large kitchen with plenty of counter space, lots of sunlight, and a private balcony. Per the listing, there is a generous amount of storage space on hand and the apartment has central air and heat. It’s renting for $3,050/month.


Which Brooklyn apartment would you rent for $3,000?

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