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What $3,000/Month Can Get You in Denny Triangle Right Now

Want in on Seattle's fastest-growing neighborhood? You're gonna have to pony up

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 decided to find out what $3,000/month can get you in Denny Triangle. Boundaries are set by realtors. You tell us which lease you'd sign.

We begin in Via6 where you don't even have to leave the building to find a Tom Douglas restaurant, bike shop, and barbershop. The unit in question is a two-bedroom, two-bath asking $2,975/month. They don't delineate photos in the listing between unit types but regardless it looks like you get plenty of space and solid living amenities.

Next it's off to Skye at Belltown which, despite the name, also falls into the Triangle. They've got a 1,325 square-foot two-bedroom available for $2,949/month. Another luxury building trying to provide as many complimentary services and amenities as possible, including a new & improved fitness center and multiple "hangout zones" with WiFi. Hopefully this price tag comes with a good view because there's plenty to see from that perch.

Next up is Aspira, which is offering a 1,142 sqaure-foot two-bedroom for $2,981/month. The list of building amenities just goes on and on in the city's first 4 Star Built Green high-rise. Location-wise, it drops you right into the middle of the Triangle, which is going to become more and more like a downtown hub with every new building.

Now we go to Insignia where they're offering a 1,171 square-foot two-bedroom for an even $3,000/month. You'd think a place asking that much would have better photos but the dim view of the kitchen and bathrooms is just about all you're going to get. Still, Seattle's largest condo complex is going to be an amenity-heaven, so you're sure to get plenty for your money. There's the rooftop lounge, 7th-floor park terrace, indoor swimming pool and more.

Finally we end up at Cirrus where $3,138/month will get you a 927-square-foot one-bedroom. That's the most expensive and smallest place on the list, so how do they justify that? With amenities out the ying-yang. They include a fitness center, lounge, media room, catering kitchen, terrace, dog grooming station, and 24-hour concierge service. The unit isn't that shabby either. Neither is the view.

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