Thursday, 5 May 2016

New York City Rent Comparison: What $3,000 Gets You

See what $3,000 gets you in neighborhoods like Chelsea, Bushwick, and East Harlem

Welcome to a special edition of Curbed Comparisons, a dive into the options available for a certain price point in various neighborhoods. For Renovation Week, here are six rentals that have been renovated or are new to the market, and are up for grabs.Today's price: about $3,000/month

↑ This gut renovated, three-bedroom apartment in Crown Heights is conveniently located just a block away from the subway at Crown Heights-Utica Avenue. The unit comes with a newly installed washer, dryer, and dishwasher. What's more, each of the three-bedrooms can fit a queen-sized bed, according to the brokerbabble. And there are two bathrooms to go around for everyone. The apartment is ready to move in for $3,000 per month.

↑ This one-bedroom apartment in Chelsea is located on a "very high" ground floor, and faces the street. The unit was recently renovated and comes with a marble bathroom, new stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and polished hardwood floors. This West 16th Street apartment has one bathroom and is renting for $2,900 per month.

↑ There are amenities galore in this new Bushwick building at 1209 Dekalb Avenue including a fitness center, a 24-hour doorman, a screening room, and billiards and gaming tables. In it, is this two-bedroom apartment that features over 1,000 square feet of space. Some of the features this unit boasts include a deep-soaking tub, glass-tiled bathrooms, lacquered cabinetry, and hardwood floors. It can all be yours for $3,000 per month.

↑ The private garden in this one-bedroom Kips Bay apartment is definitely a great selling point, as is the fact that it's been newly renovated. Renting for $2,995 per month, the apartment also boasts high ceilings, hardwood floors and newly installed appliances like a dishwasher and a microwave.

↑ Located close to Pratt University, this two-bedroom apartment in Bed-Stuy comes with expansive windows and nine-foot ceilings throughout. This particular unit comes with its own balcony and deck in addition to the building having a large roof deck as well. Some of the other standout features in this apartment include heated floors, surround sound (yes, you heard that right), and custom Italian kitchen cabinetry. All of that is available for $3,000 per month.

↑ In East Harlem, this recently renovated two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit is flooded with light and comes with a washer and dryer in unit. Some of the other renovated features include hardwood floors, and an updated bathroom and kitchen. Located at the intersection of Lexington Avenue and East 107th Street, this apartment is the priciest of the lot and is renting for $3,200.

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