Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, where we scour Seattle's rental listings to see what your monthly budget will get you across the city. Since so much of Renters Week involves luxury listings, let's find out what $900/month can get you in Seattle. You tell us which lease you'd sign.
↑ Lets begin in Roosevelt where you can get a 218 square-foot studio for $895/month. Yes, that's pretty snug, but this basement corner unit is located in a fairly modern building and includes access to the rooftop deck and onsite laundry.
↑ Now let's head over to Greenwood where we can spread out in a 750 square-foot 1-BR for $875/month. Fairly basic apartment near Greenwood Ave and Holman Road. Does include a parking spot and puts you within walking distance of Carkeek Park.
↑ Next up, this North Queen Anne apartment in a fourplex close to Ship Canal. Asking $895/month, there's no square-footage given but if we had to guess, we'd say it's in the 600 range. It's an older unit but you do get big windows to let the light in, a remodeled kitchen and patio space. Easy access to the Ship Canal trail as well.
↑ Let's head over to Eastlake where we can find this studio for $900/month. Available furnished, we're guessing this is a converted hotel room given that it's in the Eastlake Inn. No square footage given but think of a generic hotel room and you'll probably have it. To be fair, it does look a lot nicer than a generic hotel room.
↑ Finally we end up in U District where we can squeeze into a 248 square-foot studio in UDistrict Square for $899/month. Good location for students and local professionals who don't plan to spend too much time inside, or at least hosting parties.