You want approximately $5k/month, meaning approximately $60k/year. It's generally considered safe to withdraw around 4% of your retirement savings each year, though increasingly people are thinking that's a bit aggressive, and 3% is safer. Let's go with 4%, though. That means you need about $2,000,000 saved, assuming that is your only income. You need $1,500,000 if you withdraw 3% per year.
So, your proceeds are going to be a few $100K. Let's assume for the sake of argument that it's $500K. You need to triple that. The stock market returns roughly 7% per year. That's actually enough to get you there. In fact, you get there on year 17. You get to two million on year 21.
Lots of assumptions there. In particular, you have to be aggressive in your investments. Normally at your age, people would suggest a 60-40 split, 60% stocks, 40% bonds. That's not going to do it for you, you need to be between 80-20 and 100-0. You'd want to invest in very low cost passive ETFs targeting the general US stock market.
If you are starting with less, it'll take longer, possibly much longer. And I've done a lot of hand-waving here. No talk of inflation, no discussion of ETFs vs mutual funds. I haven't even mentioned stock market crashes. Past performance doesn't guarantee future returns. But maybe this is enough to get you started in your research.