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 $4,000/month.
↑ In the East Village, $3,995/month rents a one-bedroom penthouse in a building on Avenue B. The light-filled apartment comes with a chef’s kitchen, a large open dining room, a walk-in closet within the bedroom, and a walk-in closet. There’s also some pretty nice views of the World Trade Center and the city’s skyline.
↑ Head to Greenpoint, where a four-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex is going for $3,987/month. Per the listing, the bedrooms are queen-sized and a recent renovation resulted in a new kitchen and marble bathrooms. The nearest train station is the G line’s Nassau Avenue stop, which is less than half a mile away.
↑ A 745-square-foot apartment in a luxury Midtown rental is asking an even $4,000/month. Its highlights include a sizable kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, a marble bathroom, a spacious bedroom, a washer/dryer, and skyline views.
↑ This sunny Park Slope apartment in Park Slope, offering two bedrooms and two bathrooms, wants $3,975/month. The spacious abode has hardwood floors, high ceilings, huge windows, an open kitchen, and a washer/dryer. The R train’s Prospect Avenue station is less than five minutes away.
↑ And finally, a corner two-bedroom, two-bathroom in Harlem is renting for $4,000/month. The listing notes that the 1,126-square-foot space has a “loft-like feel,” with 10-foot ceilings, oversized windows, an open living/dining room, and generous amount of natural light. There is a small terrace that overlooks St. Nicholas Park.
Which NYC apartment would you rent for around $4,000?
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