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What $2300 Per Month Can Rent You Around D.C.

Let's do another round of Curbed Comparisons. If you're wondering where you can live on your personal budget, the folks at Zumper have you covered. This week, let's take a look at available apartments for $2300/month.


The Harper on 14th Street has one of those enviable addresses and it will take $2225/month to have that address. You may recognize the building as the new one across from Trader Joe's that looks eerily EXACTLY like an image rendering. Note, the price for that one bedroom does not include the cable, phone or internet bill and if you want to bring a pet in, then no dice.


↑ The name of this converted condo is The Castle at Logan Circle, so already you're off to a royal start. Or a turreted start, at least. To live in this 700 square foot one bedroom, you'd have to pay $2295/month and again, pets are not an option. Also of note, there's a fireplace in the living room.


↑ This one bedroom in Jenkins Row Condominium is furnished, so that photo of JFK in the kitchen will be sticking around. For a change of pace, pets ARE allowed in this 675 square foot apartment and internet is included in the $2295/month rental. Also of note, this building near Eastern Market has a garage, a gym and it's above a Harris Teeter and a GameStop.


↑ Now that NoMa has become D.C.'s first neighborhood with its own wifi network, this one bedroom at the Camden NoMa now seems like even more of a bargain. $2249/month will also give you access to the rooftop pool and pets can come by as well. Just remember, this is a smoke-free building so if you can't live without nicotine, this is not the spot for you.


↑ Another Camden property for those who'd rather be in Northwest, the Camden Grand Parc is south of Dupont Circle (and arguably into K Street territory). There are several one bedrooms that range between $2200-$2300/month in this building, but one of the larger ones costs $2279/month and gives you 934 square feet of space! Either way, the concierge service and available continental breakfast almost makes this apartment building feel like staying in a hotel that you don't have to check out of.