Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in the Seattle area. We found six listings within $100 of today's price: $1400.
In lower Queen Anne on the edge of Interbay and Belltown, this 444-square-foot studio apartment in a pet-friendly, new-construction building has a large balcony with a Puget Sound view and in-unit laundry. It rents for $1,425 per month.
In Beacon Hill, this pet-friendly apartment also has a large balcony with a water view, but it includes a bedroom and more space (650 square feet). It’s not close to the light rail, but it’s a few blocks from bus lines. It rents for $1,399 per month.
In north Capitol Hill, this steam-heated, 500-square-foot corner studio has hardwood floors and cute historic design details like archways and glass doorknobs. It’s also pet-friendly (with no pet rent!). It’ll run you $1,400 a month, including some utilities.
For two bedrooms in this price point, head a couple of miles north of the city limits to Shoreline. This unit just off Aurora (and BRT) also has a balcony and covered parking. It rents for $1,450 per month.
In Ravenna, this 471-square-foot studio in a newly remodeled building has hardwood floors and in-unit laundry. It’s pet friendly, near multiple bus lines, and rents for $1,399 per month.
Also newly remodeled, this one-bedroom apartment in Columbia City has 675 square feet of space, plus a balcony. It’s right on a couple of bus lines (or a 20-minute walk to the light rail) and rents for $1,395 a month, but no pets are allowed.
Which $1400 apartment would you rent?
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Lower Queen Anne studio
Beacon Hill one-bedroom
Capitol Hill studio
Columbia City one-bedroom