Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, where we scour Seattle's rental listings to see what your monthly budget will get you across the city. This week we look at what you can rent in the $1,400/month range. You tell us which place you'd choose.
↑ Let's begin in Ballard where you can get a studio at Leva on Market for $1,378/month. The unit is stylish and the building comes with nice, modern amenities. And if you want to be in the middle of the Ballard scene, you are literally in it.
↑ We move on to University District where you can get a studio at Helix for $1,360/month. The unit looks solid and the location gives you good access not just to the "downtown" area but also to the major access points for commuters.
↑ On to Wedgwood where you can get a one-bedroom at Jasper Apartments for $1,3,75/month. The unit offers a spacious living area, extra storage space and an in-home washer & dryer. The wood floors and cabinetry helps the place the stand out as well. The building has all of the amenities you'd expect from a newer construction.
↑ Let's now go to North Admiral in West Seattle where you can get a one-bedroom at The Park Hamilton for $1,399/month. It's an older building but the unit does feature a big living room, built-in fireplace, walk-in closet, fresh paint and newer carpet. You're also fairly close to the water and great views.
↑ Finally we head to Othello where there's a one-bedroom available at The Station at Othello Park for $1,422/month. The grounds are really nice and the unit features nine-foot ceilings, walk-in closets and gourmet kitchens. Depending on where the unit is, you might even have "backyard" access and a patio.