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: $2,300 a month.
This more than 650-square-foot one-bedroom condo unit along the H Street NE corridor is renting for $2,195 a month. The unit has floor-to-ceiling windows and gets abundant natural light. The living space is open and includes stainless steel appliances, plus shaker cabinets. The unit comes with a small balcony and a walk-in closet. It is walkable to many restaurants.
In Adams Morgan, a roughly 650-square-foot one-bedroom apartment at the historic Norwood building is available to rent for $2,195 a month. The apartment features high ceilings as well as hardwood floors throughout. The building comes with a rooftop deck, plus a laundry room, and sits right across from Kalorama Park. Utilities are included in the rent.
A modern one-bedroom apartment in Columbia Heights is rentable for $2,190 a month. The apartment has high ceilings and big windows that let in lots of natural light. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances and plenty of cabinets. The building, the Park Triangle, features a roof terrace with grills and seating areas. It is located a block north of the Columbia Heights Metro stop, served by the Green and Yellow lines, and is near myriad stores and restaurants.
Renting for $2,300 a month, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment in Glover Park has bright living spaces and updated appliances. The apartment is fully carpeted and equipped with central air conditioning. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances, many cabinets, and granite countertops. There is a washer/dryer, plus a shared backyard garden and patio. The building is within walking distance of restaurants and stores on Wisconsin Avenue NW.
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom house in Southeast’s Penn Branch neighborhood is up for rent for $2,200 a month. The approximately 1,300-square-foot home has been refurbished and features hardwood floors. The kitchen boasts new appliances and there is also a fenced backyard. The lower level is finished. The property is close to the 376-acre Fort Dupont Park.
Which D.C. home would you rent for around $2,300 a month?
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H Street NE one-bedroom condo unit
Adams Morgan one-bedroom apartment
Columbia Heights one-bedroom apartment
Glover Park two-bedroom apartment
Penn Branch two-bedroom semi-detached house