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 $3,000/month.
A two-bedroom apartment in Park Slope is renting for $3,025/month. It has one bathroom, a relatively large living room, four closets, and a dishwasher. It’s located on 12th Street, between Eighth Avenue and Prospect Park West, mere steps from the park and near the F and G trains at 15th street.
Renting for $2,995/month, this one-bedroom apartment includes a large attic, which could be used as an office space or a living room. It also has one bathroom, a decorative fireplace, and exposed brick. It sits within a two-story house, located on Orient Avenue, between Olive Street and Bushwick Avenue, mere steps from Cooper Park and a five-minute walk to the L train at Graham Avenue.
Also renting for $2,995/month, this one-bedroom in Nolita has a small living room, oak floors, one bathroom, and cute French doors. The building, which allows pets, is located on Mott Street, between East Houston and Prince streets, near Sara D. Roosevelt Park and the B, D, F, and M trains at Broadway-Lafayette Street.
This Harlem four-bedroom in a walk-up building is renting for an even $3,000/month. It’s been renovated, and has one bathroom, a living area, hardwood floors, and exposed brick. It’s located on West 126th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam avenues, near Riverside Park and mere steps from the 1 train at 125th Street.
And, finally, this one-bedroom in a new Clinton Hill building is renting for $3,025/month. The 597-square-foot apartment has one bathroom, a large living room, two closets, a dishwasher, and in-unit washer/dryer. The building allows pets and has a gym, bike storage, and a common rooftop deck. It’s located on Myrtle Avenue, between Hall Street and Emerson Place, a 10-minute walk to Fort Greene Park and near the G train at Classon Avenue.
Which NYC apartment would you choose for $3,000/month?
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