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Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various Washington, D.C. neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $1,200/month.

↑ This one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit is up for grabs in Hillbrook for $1,100/month. The listing is located in a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom single-family home with a "family of teachers and a dog" living there. According to the listing, the current tenants are looking for a "working professional." Along with a shared washer and dryer, the unit also comes with private storage, off-street parking, and a shared rear yard. While all utilities are included in the rent, the renter is in charge of a third of the electricity ball.

↑ This Logan Circle studio measures 530-square-feet and features one bathroom, garage parking, and an on-site maintenance team. There is no washer and dryer in the income-restricted unit. For this listing, $45,900/year is the maximum income for one tenant, and $52,440/year is the maximum income for two tenants.

↑ For $1,250/month, you can rent this two-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom apartment in Trinidad. While there is no washer and dryer in the unit, there are other pluses, such as that it includes a den, a shared backyard, and a cat-friendly environment.

↑ For those interested in living in the Northwest quadrant, this 16th Street Heights apartment is asking $1,115/month. The unit is a 352-square-foot studio with one bathroom. Along with the below Brightwood listing, this unit is also income-restricted and doesn't include a washer and dryer. If only one person inhabits the space, the maximum income the tenant can earn is $45,900/year, while for two tenants, it's $52,440/year.

↑ In Congress Heights, you can find this two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment with approximately 880-square-feet. The listing doesn't indicate that the unit has a washer and dryer. The development's website indicates that the units are cat-friendly. The rent totals to $1,116/month. Unfortunately, there are no photos inside the listing.

↑ With an asking price of $1,189/month, this Brightwood apartment is on the market with one bedroom and one bathroom in over 598-square-feet of space. There is a maximum income the tenants must abide by. For one person, the maximum is $45,900/year, and for two people, it's $52,440/year. There is no washer and dryer in the unit, and unfortunately, there are no photos available of the inside.

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