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 $3,700/month.
↑ First up is this industrial-chic apartment, located within a former warehouse in Long Island City. The two-bedroom apartment comes with dramatic arched windows, high beamed ceilings, a sleek open kitchen with a large breakfast bar, and an elegant bathroom. It’s renting for $3,713/month.
↑ For $3,750/month, there’s this one-bedroom apartment in the East Village that boasts skyline views from the living room and the bedroom. You’ll also find hardwood floors throughout, high ceilings, and oversized windows that allow for plenty of sunlight.
↑ Rent this lovely Upper West Side prewar pad, offering one bedroom and 800 square feet of space, for $3,695/month. There are views of Central Park, and the apartment is filled with nice details like arched doorways, beamed ceilings, and classic black-and-white checked tiles in the (small) kitchen.
↑ In Williamsburg, a three-bedroom, two-bathroom condo is being offered as a $3,750/month rental. The duplex apartment spans nearly 900 square feet with an open floorplan; you also get access to a private backyard. There are rules for the recreation room, that forbid “living, sleeping, or cooking” in that particular area.
↑ This Cobble Hill apartment, within an gut-renovated townhouse wants an even $3,700/month. The one-bedroom home comes exposed brick, a contemporary kitchen with very gray finishes, and large windows that bring in loads of sunlight.
↑ And finally, there’s this renovated two-bedroom right in the heart of the Lower East Side, going for $3,714/month. (That’s net effective rent—it comes with one month of free rent on a 14-month lease.) The sleek space has dark hardwood floors, a brand new kitchen and bathroom, and a washer/dryer in-unit.
Which NYC apartment would you rent for around $3,700/month?
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