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.
Upper West Side
A big two-bedroom on the Upper West Side is asking $4,000/month. The listing is light on details, but notes that the apartment has been “gut renovated” (there are new kitchen appliances), and that it comes with a washer/dryer. But the apartment has location going for it: It’s on West 94th Street, just steps from Riverside Park.
In Williamsburg, a one-bedroom loft apartment that could be a perfect live-work space is asking $4,000/month. It’s located within a former factory building, which explains the unit’s high ceilings and industrialish details. The building itself is located on North 3rd Street close to the Williamsburg waterfront.
A two-bedroom in the heart of Greenwich Village is renting for $4,000/month. According to the listing, the apartment has plenty of desirable qualities: plenty of closet space, pre-war details like original crown molding, big bedrooms, and big windows. It’s located on Sullivan Street between Bleecker and West 3rd Streets.
Head to Windsor Terrace and you’ll find a two-bedroom apartment renting for $4,000/month. The unit comes with a wood-burning fireplace, stainless steel appliances (plus a dishwasher), two decently sized bedrooms, and more. The master bedroom has its own balcony with views of nearby Prospect Park.
And finally, a Gramercy one-bedroom is renting for $4,000/month. This place has been “renovated from top to bottom,” according to the listing, and it shows: There’s a new kitchen with stainless steel appliances and plenty of storage; the bedroom, meanwhile, has two closets, and there’s another walk-in at the entryway. The building is on East 16th Street, just a short walk from Union Square.
Which NYC apartment would you choose for around $4,000/month?
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Upper West Side