Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various local neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: A whole lotta moola.
Since it is Whale Week our Curbed Comparisons series is taking a leap in price and looking at some of the most expensive rentals in the area. Prices range from $8,000 to $12,500 and include a unit in the historic Kennedy Warren (above). This 2 bed, 2.5 bath is asking $8,000 per month and comes with access to the building's private resident-only Piano Bar where people can go to unwind.
Walking distance to the zoo in Woodley Park this 5 bed, 4 bath that has multiple porches and a terrace off the kitchen that will set you back $8,000/month.
If you want to live in the same building as the most expensive condo the city has seen in a few years then 3303 Water Street is where you have to be. This 2 bed, 2.5 bath corner unit doesn't have any interior pictures there are many of the Potomac views. Rent is $8,500/month.
This one boasts that, "if you jumped out the window you would be at Whole Foods" on P Street. The 3,000 square foot apartment would have plenty of space to store the groceries. Asking rent is $8,500/month and is available for a few years since the owners are overseas.
This home near Logan Circle was built in 1885 and has the wood detailing to match the era it came from. Sitting pretty at 1322 Vermont Ave NW the monthly rent is $12,500/mo.
There aren't any interior pictures but the price speaks for itself. The rent is $9,800 per month for this 4 bedroom, 5.5 bath located at 1658 35th Street NW (Georgetown). It also comes with two garage parking spaces. [Go to the official site and scroll about half way down the page to find the listing.]