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 $7,250/month.
↑ This Midtown East apartment offers quite a bit for its $7,250/month price tag. It’s currently set up as a four-bedroom but the listing description notes that there is room to convert it into a five-bedroom. There are three bathrooms, an open kitchen, and plenty of sunlight throughout.
↑ In Lincoln Square, $7,200/month rents a 1,400-square-foot apartment less than a block from Central Park West. This three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit is full of original details that include 11-foot vaulted ceilings, two fireplaces, an oversized curved living room window, and custom woodwork. Other perks include an office nook, walk-in closet, and two balconies (each located in one of the smaller bedrooms). [Floorplan]
↑ This two-bedroom condo in Long Island City comes with a private terrace that rivals the apartment’s 1,198-square-foot expanse. The condo has an open-concept layout with floor-to-ceiling windows, a huge eat-in kitchen, and custom lighting. You’ll also find a washer/dryer and two bathrooms, but that terrace, with its skyline views, is the real star of the show. Rent goes for $7,300/month. [Floorplan]
↑ A corner two-bedroom, spanning 1,100 square feet, is renting for $7,200/month in Greenwich Village. There is the option to rent the apartment either furnished or unfurnished and its flourishes include sleek hardwood floors, oversized windows, an open kitchen with custom cabinets, two bathrooms, and custom closets.
↑ After a renovation, this Midtown apartment wants $7,200/month. The loft-like space spans 1,500 square feet, and features a private elevator landing, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, beamed ceilings, huge windows, a chef’s kitchen, and a washer/dryer.
Which NYC apartment would you rent for around $7,250?
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