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 $1,900/month.
↑A one-bedroom in Crown Heights, with lots of prewar charm, is renting for an even $1,900/month. The apartment is located on the second floor of a three-story building and offers plenty of natural light, high ceilings, a modest kitchen, a king-sized bedroom, and a home office space. [Floorplan]
↑On the Upper East Side, a compact studio with a decorative fireplace, exposed brick accents, and large windows, wants $1,895/month. The apartment has a kitchenette with basic appliances and a handful of cabinets for storage and there are shiny wood floors throughout.
↑$1,950 can rent you this sleek, contemporary one-bedroom in Bed-Stuy. Among its features are a fully revamped windowed kitchen, a queen-sized bedroom with lots of sunlight, and a modern bathroom. The J, Z, A, and C trains are all a short walk away.
↑This sunny, sizable one-bedroom on East 130th Street in Harlem is going for $1,900. The spacious abode has been given all new appliances that include a compact corner kitchen with white cabinetry and open shelving; wood floors throughout, and a king-sized bedroom.
↑And finally, an 800-square-foot apartment in Mott Haven can be yours for $1,950/month. That price gets you a modern one-bedroom with an abundance of light, several large windows, sleek floors, and an open kitchen with stainless steel appliances. The 6 line’s Third Avenue-138th Street station is about a five-minute walk away.
Which NYC apartment would you rent for around $1,900?
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