Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods
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Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can rent
for close to 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
one-bedroom in a building on the north side of Gramercy Park is
renting for $3,800/month. Though the bedroom isn’t exactly huge,
the living room is, with big windows and a kitchen that opens up
into the living area. The apartment also has plenty of closet
space. It’s close to the exclusive park, but alas, doesn’t come
with a key.
Brooklyn Landmark Real Estate Corp
in Brooklyn Heights (on Henry Street close to Cadman Plaza Park) is
renting for $3,800/month. The apartment is a railroad, and may not
have shiny new bells and whistles, but it does come with a
wood-burning fireplace and measures close to 1,000 square feet.
What does $3,800 rent in Tribeca?
A small studio, but one that comes furnished, in a condo
building on Worth Street near Broadway. On the plus side,
everything in the space is new, the kitchen is quite lovely, and
amenities in the building include a roof deck.
Engel & Völkers New York Real Estate
In Bushwick, a huge three-bedroom
duplex is renting for $3,800/month. The apartment is close to
1,500 square feet, and was recently renovated—there are new
appliances, a washer/dryer, large windows, and other mod cons.
There’s also a balcony with enough space for a grill and
Upper East Side
And finally, on the Upper East Side,
a two-bedroom on the neighborhood’s eastern edge—it’s on
81st Street between East End and York avenues—is going for
$3,775/month. The kitchen has new appliances and “condo like”
finishes, according to the listing, and exposed brick lends plenty
Source: FS – All – Real Estate News 1
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