Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, where we scour Seattle's rental listings to see what your monthly budget will get you across the city. Today we find out what $2,100/month can get you in Seattle. You tell us which lease you'd sign.
↑ Let's start in South Lake Union where you can get a 937 square-foot 1-BR at Annaliese for $2,073/month. Located right at the edge of SLU, Denny Triangle and Queen Anne, it's a nice central location to get around town from. Depending on where the unit is, you might even get a solid Space Needle view.
↑ Next up let's head to Northgate where $2,100/month gets you an entire 3-BR townhouse. If you're looking for some space to live in and you don't mind being a bit north of downtown, you get 1,500 square-feet of living area here. The entire third floor is a grand master suite. Also comes with a garage. Good spot for commuters.
↑ Now let's head down to Uptown where you can get an 808 square-foot 1-BR at Expo for $2,096/month. Expo is LEED Gold certified for energy efficiency and also includes electric charging stations and onsite ZipCars. More suited to the energy-efficient commuter. This unit seems to come with a good look at the Needle.
↑ Now it's on to Capitol Hill where Beryl Apartments is offering a 700 square-foot 1-BR for $2,090/month. This new boutique apartment spot brings the building amenities, including an indoor TV lounge, rooftop garden deck, barbecue area and dog run. The unit itself looks pretty basic, which may or may not be a big deal to you.
↑ Finally we end up in North Beacon Hill where Harwood Condos are offering an 866 square-foot 2-BR for $2,100/month. This fourth floor unit offers some pretty solid views of the stadiums and beyond. Community living comes with a pool, hot tub, cabana and underground parking spot. The unit looks fairly spacious and in good condition.
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