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: $1,800/month.
↑ For $1,799 per month, renters can live in this one-bedroom, 557-square-foot apartment in the Southwest Waterfront. According to the listing, the building has been recently renovated and offers amenities like an outdoor pool, fire pits, and shared laundry.
↑ With one bedroom and 666 square feet of space, this H Street Corridor unit is on the market for $1,790 per month. Along with a walk-in closet, the unit also offers a washer and dryer. The building includes amenities like a business center, fitness center, multi-media lounge, game room, and swimming pool.
↑ Next up, in Georgetown, this furnished one-bedroom basement unit is available for $1,800 per month. All utilities are included with the rent, including Wi-Fi and cable. No pets are allowed.
↑ In Southeast’s Marshall Heights neighborhood, near the Benning Road Metro station, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit is up for grabs. It spans 1,200 square feet, making it the largest rental on this list. Utilities are included with the $1,750 per month rent. A washer and dryer are included. Pets are allowed.
↑ Last on the list is this one-bedroom in 16th Street Heights, spanning 900 square feet. The newly renovated unit comes with a washer and dryer, private front and rear entrance, and exposed brick. All utilities are included with the $1,750 per month rent. Pets are welcome.
Which listing would you choose?
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Southwest Waterfront one-bedroom
H Street Corridor one-bedroom
Marshall Heights two-bedroom
16th Street Heights one-bedroom