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What Can $1,500/Month Rent You Around Seattle Right Now

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Let's take a look at what $1,500/month can get you in Queen Anne, South Lake Union, Belltown, U District and Sunset Hill.

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 $1,500/month can get you around town. You tell us which lease you'd sign.

↑ Up first we head to Queen Anne where you can find a 436-square-foot studio at The Queen Anne Apartment Collection. Right in the heart of QA, you're close to a lot. It's unclear which of the complexes the unit is located in but regardless it looks bright and modern. You even get a "bedroom" to yourself despite the snug space.

↑ Next up we go to South Lake Union where Alley24 has a 410-square-foot studio available. It's walking distance to both Amazon and REI, depending on your work or shopping habits. Certainly a smaller space but if the photos are telling the truth it sure looks like there's a separate space for sleeping. You might end up with a nice view to boot. Not a bad spot for a tech worker looking for a place to live close to everything SLU has to offer.

↑ Now we're off to Belltown where 206 Bell has a 592-square-foot 1-BR. It's a little hard to tell what the layout of the place is as the photos seem to be both studios and 1-BRs. Either way we like the floor-to-ceiling windows and contemporary kitchens. Close to downtown, Denny Triangle and Queen Anne, it's an ideal spot if you're looking for Belltown living.

↑ Next up, it's Bridges @11th where you can find a 596-square-foot studio in University District. They've got a six-week rent-free special running but regardless it looks like a pretty nice place to live. Lots of building amenities and a vibrant living inside and out. There's even a "community demonstration kitchen" downstairs. La-di-da.

↑ Finally let's go to Sunset Hill where you'll find a 600-square-foot 1-BR at Cadence. Close to the Ballard Locks, it's a chance to live in a nice apartment without worrying being on the 12 floor if that's not your thing. It's also a little removed from the main drag so it's quieter. Units were recently-renovated and take advantage of their size by maximizing space.

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