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D.C. rent comparison: What $2,000/month rents you

From Adams Morgan to Cathedral Heights, see what these itty bitty rentals have to offer

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various D.C. neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! In honor of Micro Week, we're looking at the smallest studios on the market that are renting for around $2,000/month. Expect each of these units to be 400 square feet or less.

↑ At the Southwest Waterfront, this 398-square-foot studio will land on the market in October 11 with an asking price of $1,941/month. Since it’s located at the Leo at Waterfront Station development, renters can expect amenities like a rooftop pool, party room, outdoor patio, game room, and parking.

↑ For $2,024/month, this 405-square-foot Adams Morgan studio is on the market with a washer and dryer, air conditioning, and a dishwasher. There are also stainless steel appliances and a walk-in closet. Cats and dogs are allowed.

↑ In Cathedral Heights’ Cathedral Court development, this 362-square-foot studio is asking $1,980/month. According to the listing, it offers internet, air conditioning, hardwood flooring, and built-in bookcases.

↑ Next on the list is this Downtown studio, measuring 394 square feet. While small, it offers big amenities like a fitness center, covered parking, business center, and pet-friendly environment. The asking price totals $2,239/month.

↑ Finally, this Dupont Circle studio will land on the market in October 7 with 380 square feet of space and a $1,995/month asking price. Located at The Drake, this unit comes with features like custom closets and stainless steel appliances as well as amenities like a fitness center, coffee and tea bar, and rooftop deck with grilling stations.

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