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: $1,850/month.
↑ In Logan Circle, you can rent this one-bedroom, one-bathroom basement apartment. The asking price is $1,900/month, making this listing the most expensive abode in this week's Curbed Comparisons. For those who value location over price, the expense might be worth it as the unit is a short stroll away from a Whole Foods and the nightlife in 14th Street. The listing also comes with a fireplace, hardwood flooring throughout, private patio, and updated kitchen.
↑ For $1,825/month, you can nab this Adams Morgan apartment with one bedroom and one bathroom. The unit totals 600 feet and features a renovated bathroom, walk-in closet, and amenities like a doorman and bike storage. It doesn't include a washer and dryer, but there is laundry in the building. Also, sorry pet owners, but no dogs or cats are allowed in this unit.
↑ What you can find inside this Woodley Park apartment includes an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, hardwood flooring, and a short walk to Rock Creek Park and the National Zoo. With 806-square-feet, this unit comes with one bedroom and one bathroom. The asking price is $1,865/month.
↑ If interested in living in the Petworth, you can rent this one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment for $1,825/month. While a tad under budget, it doesn't skimp on prospects with a pet-friendly community, a washer and dryer, and street parking. You can also find a private balcony in the unit and updated common areas in the development. Other highlights include the island and breakfast bar in the kitchen as well as the french doors.
↑ With one bedroom and one bathroom, you can rent this pet-friendly Glover Park apartment for $1,890/month. The development offers a 24-hour on-site gym, off-street parking, and laundry in the building. The unit totals 1,000-square-feet and offers hardwood flooring, arched doorways, and plenty of closet space.
↑ The building that this Columbia Heights apartment is located in was just recently renovated. Half of the units are already leased, so be quick if you're interested in this unit. The one-bedroom apartment is equipped with nine-foot-high ceilings, a washer and dryer, and USB charging outlets. Pets are allowed in the units. The location is only three-and-a-half blocks away from the Columbia Heights Metro station. The asking price is $1,827/month.
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