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: $2,500.
In Capitol Hill approaching the Central District, this new-construction, two-bedroom apartment has a large, private balcony and in-unit laundry—plus a second bathroom. It’s pet-friendly and rents for $2,495 per month.
In Bryn Mawr, a whole four-bedroom, two-bathroom rambler on a cul-de-sac rents for $2,495 per month. It has a large deck, a fireplace, a fully fenced yard—perfect for pets, which are allowed—three parking spaces, and a washer and dryer.
The two bedrooms and two bathrooms in this modern Licton Springs townhouse near North Seattle College include a master suite. A roof deck provides some private outdoor space with great views. It’s pet-friendly, has a washer and dryer, and rents for $2,550 per month.
Midway between Gatewood and Delridge in West Seattle, a three-bedroom-plus-den Craftsman house rents for $2,500 per month on the dot. It has a yard with a large patio, but doesn’t allow pets. It has a fireplace, but it’s BYO washer and dryer.
This top-floor Ballard apartment with three bedrooms, a large balcony, in-unit laundry, and a fireplace is going for $2,495 per month. It’s just a few blocks from downtown Ballard, includes carport parking, and allows up to two pets.
In Belltown, this $2,494, industrial-chic apartment has only one bedroom plus a den, but includes floor-to-ceiling windows, a view balcony, and shared amenities like a lounge and a gym. It has in-unit laundry and allows pets, and parking is available in an attached garage.
Which $2500 apartment would you rent?
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Capitol Hill two-bedroom apartment
Bryn Mawr four-bedroom house
Licton Springs two-bedroom townhouse
West Seattle three-bedroom house
Ballard three-bedroom apartment
Belltown one-bedroom apartment