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 $1,850/month in Brooklyn.
↑ In Williamsburg, a spacious studio is going for $1,900/month. The apartment is quite small, spanning just under 400 square feet, and it has an open kitchen, high ceilings, two large windows, and a modest-sized closet.
↑ A renovated one-bedroom in Ditmas Park for renting for an even $1,850/month. Its features include hardwood floors, a modern kitchen, a washer/dryer, a windowed bathroom, and plenty of sunlight throughout.
↑ After a full revamp, this two-bedroom apartment in Midwood is offering two bedrooms, an open kitchen, and plenty of windows for $1,850/month. The nearest subway station is about a six-minute walk, which isn’t terrible.
↑ Live in this prewar one-bedroom in Crown Heights, complete with wood floors, decorative moldings, high ceilings, and a tiny kitchen, for $1,800/month. Per the listing, the space measures around 800 square feet and it’s located on the third floor of an elevator building.
↑ Yet another renovated one-bedroom, located on Midwood Street in Flatbush, is renting for $1,850/month. The home appears to have a pretty straightforward layout that includes a small kitchen with new appliances and a fair amount of natural light.
↑ And finally, a spacious two-bedroom with both prewar and modern finishes wants $1,899/month. The Prospect Park South apartment boasts a new kitchen, inlaid hardwood floors, wall molding, and plenty of light.
Which Brooklyn apartment would you rent for around $1,850?
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Prospect Park South