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 $1,900/month can get you in Seattle if you're looking for a 1-BR. You tell us which lease you'd sign.
↑ Let's begin in South Lake Union where Annaliese has a 665 square-foot 1-BR for $1,913/mo. If you lean just right you might be able to get a view of the Space Needle. The location gives you easy access to Seattle Center, Belltown and Denny Triangle without really being in the middle of any of them.
↑ Next up we head to First Hill where you can get a 593 square-foot 1-BR at Coppins Well for $1,925/mo. Named for Charles Coppin, who literally dug the first well on First Hill, this newer complex includes amenities such as lounge seating, rooftop grilling stations, bocce ball court and a dog area.
↑ Next we head to University District where AVA University District has a 782 square-foot 1-BR available for $1,910/mo. It's close to UW campus but there's probably not too many students who can live here. Maybe it's a better fit for the professors? The building's full of all sorts of modern apartment building amenities and hangouts.
↑ Now it's off to Capitol Hill where Broadstone Infinity has a 613 square-foot 1-BR available for $1,875/mo. This one's just a bit off the Pike/Pine Corridor. The unit itself looks up to par and it's another building with plenty of amenities and features. The bonus here in the neighborhood you're living in.
↑ Finally we end up in West Seattle's Junction neighborhood where Junction 47 has a 710 square-foot 1-BR for $1,894/mo. The unit features modern kitchens with quartz countertops, stainless steel Energy Star appliances, tile backsplash, wood-style flooring, in-home washer/dryer and 9-ft. ceilings. You can probably guess that the building itself has all the requisite amenities as well.
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