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D.C. Rent Comparisons: What $2,500/Month Rents You

Six rentals on the market right now. Which one would you choose?

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: $2,500/month.

↑ For $2,546/month, you can rent this one-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in NoMa. In comparison to the other units on this list, this development might have the flashiest amenities, from a fitness and wellness center to a rooftop swimming pool with a "sky lounge." This unit spans 898 square feet and features an in-unit washer and dryer as well as Energy Star stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops.

↑ In Brightwood, this 1,180-square-foot row house is up for grabs with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. According to the $2,500/month listing, the owner installed new appliances and added fresh coats of paint to the walls. Other highlights include a porch and off-street parking. Cats and small dogs are allowed.

↑ This Park View townhome is on the market for $2,500/month. It comes with two bedrooms and one-and-a-half bathrooms in 997 square feet of space with highlights like an updated kitchen and an in-unit washer and dryer. There is wall-to-wall carpeting throughout along with exposed brick and a rear patio.

↑ On the second floor of this Georgetown row house, this one-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment is asking $2,500/month. The 900-square-foot listing indicates that the unit does have a private entrance as well as original hardwood flooring, a newly renovated kitchen, and a washer and dryer. Pet owners should also be pleased to know that both cats and small dogs are allowed. This rental's price tag comes to $2,500/month.

↑ Located only a few blocks from the Capitol building, this carriage house is up for grabs with one bedroom and one bathroom. With a price of $2,500/month, this unit offers original hardwood flooring, a dishwasher, and an in-unit washer and dryer. The rent covers all utilities. Cats are considered, but no dogs.

↑ This Lincoln Heights single-family home might be last on the list, but it has more to offer than many of those mentioned above. For one, it comes with a total of four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms in 2,541 square feet of space. Additionally, it has undergone a top-to-bottom renovation with all new windows, a new water heater, and new hardwood flooring. Final need-to-know details include that the listing has a laundry room in the second floor and a spacious backyard with a driveway. The rent totals $2,500/month.