If you're looking for a new rental and you can spare no expense, look no further than this week's Curbed Comparisons. The folks at Zumper found these five rentals and none of them ask more than $3200 per month.
Here are five apartments in the neighborhood of $3,200/month.
The Park Triangle building in the heart of Columbia Heights and the perfect place to be if you love the neighborhood. For 3,100 you can get a 1,165 sq ft two bedroom perfect for roommates. The building has a decent list of amenities including a fitness center and an in unit laundry.
· Park Triangle [Zumper]
Logan Circle remains a super trendy neighborhood known for great nightlife and being central to many other trendy hoods in D.C. for 3,200 you can get a 1000 sq ft loft style 2 bedroom that will make your friends envious.
· Logan Circle [Zumper]
NoMa has been up and owing for a bit but it is home to some great deals. For 3,170 you can get a 1,165 sq ft two bedroom apartment in the Flats 130 building with a long list of amenities for all seasons including a roof deck, pool, fitness center and a billiards room.
· Noma [Zumper]
Built on top of the Rhode Island Metro station the brand new Rhode Island Row building has the best of both city living and is close to the suburbs for those wanting to escape. for $3,200 you can snag a 1,332 sq ft two bedroom apt with all the bells and whistles (granite, and stainless steel) you come to expect out of a new building. Plus with easy access to the DMV, you never have to worry if you lose your drivers license.
· Rhode Island Row [Zumper]
The Kennedy-Warren is an older building, but unlike the ultra modern apartments featured on this list, it has the most charm. Infused with Art-Deco stylings, a two-bedroom will run $3,105 at 975 sq feet. While it is on the smaller size, the neighborhood is very desirable.
· Kennedy-Warren [Zumper]