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: $1,700/month.
↑ Near Logan Circle, this one-bedroom, 675-square-foot apartment is on the market for $1,650 per month. It includes a private outdoor space, a washer and dryer, and exposed brick walls. No pets are allowed. Tenant pays for electricity.
↑ For $1,695 per month, this one-bedroom apartment in Shaw is up for grabs. It spans 480 square feet, making it the smallest unit on this list. The pet-friendly apartment features free laundry facilities and a shared patio area. Heating and water are included in the rent.
↑ Next up, in Southeast’s Fairfax Village neighborhood, this two-level townhome is on the market, renovated and with a washer and dryer. It is a tad under budget, asking $1,695 per month, with two bedrooms and one bathroom across 1,225 square feet of space.
↑ With one bedroom and one bathroom, this Georgetown apartment is on the market for $1,700 per month. It is the priciest unit on this list, but it offers a close location to a variety of retail and restaurants. There is no indication as to whether or not pets are allowed or if there is a washer and dryer inside.
↑ Finally, in Columbia Heights, this $1,695 per month apartment is on the market. When it comes to what to expect, this one-bedroom unit spans 600 square feet with a washer and dryer, stainless steel appliances, and an exposed brick wall. Cats and small dogs are allowed.
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Logan Circle one-bedroom
Fairfax Village two-bedroom
Columbia Heights one-bedroom