For Rent in DC
Market-rate apartments at the Harlow are renting for an average of nearly $3,000 a month.
Blame supply and demand—or the number of affluent tenants in the Washington metro region.
No. 1: 20037, which covers parts of Foggy Bottom, West End, and Dupont Circle.
Most of the searchers are in the vicinity of New York City, according to HotPads.
That puts the city behind only San Francisco and New York, per a recent study
There’s no shortage of online platforms with which to find an apartment in D.C.
Tenants also want air-conditioning and a balcony, and they’d love it if their apartments came furnished.