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What $1,900/Month Can Rent You in Seattle Right Now

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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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