Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various D.C. neighborhoods. Is one person’s studio another person’s townhouse? Let’s find out! Today’s price: $3,100 a month.
This two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment in the U Street NW corridor is available to rent for $2,930 per month. The apartment features hardwood floors, exposed brick, and a back deck. It was recently renovated and sits on the top floor of its building. There are also high ceilings. The building is a quick walk from the U Street Metro stop and various restaurants.
In Kalorama Triangle, this one-bedroom-plus-den townhouse apartment is rentable for $3,100 a month. With roughly 1,000-square-feet of space, the apartment boasts hardwood floors throughout, built-in shelves, and a washer/dryer across two floors. The rent includes a garage parking spot, and there is an outdoor patio attached to the living room. A gas fireplace is part of the living room. Restaurants and stores in Adams Morgan are in walking distance.
Along the H Street NE corridor, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo unit that comes with a parking space is renting for $2,900 a month. The unit has a modern vibe, featuring wood floors and an open kitchen with stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops. At nearly 900 square feet, the light-filled unit also includes two bathrooms and a balcony that looks out over an alley. Restaurants, businesses, and the D.C. Streetcar are nearby on H Street NE.
In Capitol Hill, this two-bedroom-plus-den townhouse is renting for $2,995 per month. The home has hardwood floors throughout, a fireplace in the living room, and an eat-in kitchen. There are 1.5 bathrooms as well as a washer/dryer and a backyard. The home is located near Stanton Park and also walkable to Eastern Market, Union Station, and the H Street NE area.
Renting for $3,100 a month in Woodley Park, a two-bedroom apartment comes with bright living spaces and hardwood floors throughout. The galley kitchen includes stainless steel appliances and there is one bathroom. The apartment has lots of closet space as well as a washer/dryer. The National Zoo and stores are located nearby on Connecticut Avenue NW.
Which D.C. home would you rent for around $3,100 a month?
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U Street NW corridor two-bedroom apartment
Kalorama Triangle one-bedroom-plus-den apartment
H Street NE corridor two-bedroom condo unit
Capitol Hill two-bedroom-plus-den townhouse
Woodley Park two-bedroom apartment