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What $2,300 rents in NYC right now

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See what $2,300/month rents in Bed-Stuy, Astoria, and the Upper East Side.

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 $2,300/month.

NY Space Finders Inc.

↑In Astoria, a 650-square-foot apartment along Astoria Boulevard is going for $2,250/month. The one-bedroom abode is within a new building with just nine units and boasts oversized windows, a modern kitchen with an island, a sizable bedroom, modern bathroom, and a large balcony.

Bohemia Realty Group.

↑$2,350 can rent you this three-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom in Mott Haven. After a recent renovation, the sun-filled apartment features a sleek kitchen, hardwood floors, high ceilings, modest-sized bedrooms, plenty of windows, and a washer/dryer unit.


↑This bright and spacious 900-square-foot apartment in Bed-Stuy boasts two bedrooms, 1.5 baths, and a total of 10 windows that bring in a ton of natural light. The kitchen has been given wood cabinetry and stainless steel appliances; both bedrooms are fairly large, and there’s decent closet space throughout. Asking price is $2,350/month.

Ideal Properties Group.

↑A charming one-bedroom in Brooklyn Heights, with both prewar and modern details, is asking $2,350/month. There are arched windows in each room, shiny hardwood floors, a renovated kitchen, a sunny bedroom, and a walk-in closet. The Brooklyn Promenade is also a short walk away from the building.

↑For an even $2,300/month, there is this modest apartment on the Upper East Side. The living boasts a wall of exposed brick; there is a small kitchen with a breakfast bar; a washer and French doors. The caveat: the nearest subway station is a bit of a trek (six blocks to be exact).

↑Last but not least is this studio in Midtown’s Waterside Plaza, asking $2,250/month. The bright space consists of oversized windows and a sizable kitchen with decent cabinet space. The views aren’t bad either and overlook the city’s skyline and the East River.


Which NYC apartment would you rent for around $2,300?

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    Mott Haven
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    Brooklyn Heights
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