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What $3,300 rents in NYC right now

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Five NYC neighborhoods, five apartments to rent

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 $3,300.

West Village

This West Village one-bedroom isn’t large—the bedroom itself may only have a skylight, not a proper window—but it has a new kitchen and bathroom, and is located within a tiny, charming townhouse on West 4th Street. If you’re the sort for whom location matters more than size, this may be the apartment for you. It’s going for $3,300/month.

Bed-Stuy

But if you value space, consider this four-bedroom apartment in Bed-Stuy—also renting for an even $3,300—may be more up your alley. The apartment is “extremely huge,” according to the listing, and in addition to those four bedrooms there’s a kitchen with modern appliances and a living room with exposed brick walls. It’s close to the Myrtle-Willoughby stop on the G line.

Kips Bay

A one-bedroom apartment in a doorman building in Kips Bay is renting for $3,300/month, and for that price, you get access to the building’s amenities—a roof deck, a gym and yoga room, a putting green, and more. The unit itself has a washer/dryer and dishwasher, and gets plenty of light.

Long Island City

Just across the river in Long Island City is a one-bedroom apartment, measuring nearly 700 square feet, that’s renting for $3,300/month. The perks here include all the ones you’d expect from a modern LIC building—washer/dryer, big windows with stellar views, new appliances—as well as a huge terrace.

Chelsea

And finally, a one-bedroom on the western edge of Chelsea—it’s located on 23rd Street between 10th and 11th avenues—is going for $3,290/month. It’s not quite a 1BR; although the bedroom has a big window, it also opens up onto the living room via pocket doors. The building itself has plenty of amenities—a gym, concierge, etc.—and it’s close to the High Line.

Poll

Which NYC apartment would you choose for around $3,300/month?

This poll is closed

  • 27%
    West Village
    (252 votes)
  • 16%
    Bed-Stuy
    (157 votes)
  • 21%
    Kips Bay
    (200 votes)
  • 15%
    Long Island City
    (146 votes)
  • 18%
    Chelsea
    (173 votes)
928 votes total Vote Now