Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in the Seattle area. We've found six listings within $100 of today's price: $2800.
↑ This midcentury rambler in North Seattle’s Bryant area has three bedrooms, a bonus room, a stone fireplace, hardwood floors (not pictured), a landscaped yard, and cute details like a breakfast nook. It rents for $2,800 a month—no pets allowed.
↑ This Belltown condo just off the waterfront has one bedroom and a bonus room, plus a fireplace and a private outdoor patio. Common amenities include a gym and a hot tub. The high-end unit rents for $2800 a month.
↑ This two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo for rent just behind University Village has a gas fireplace and a deck, but doesn’t allow pets. It comes with two whole parking spaces, and rents for $2,750 a month.
↑ This cute, pet-friendly, new construction two bedroom in Columbia City has in-unit laundry, a patio, and a common gym. It will run you $2,799 a month.
↑ This huge, four-bedroom duplex unit at the north end of Greenwood has a fireplace, two kitchens, and access to a fenced yard. It rents for $2,750 a month.
↑ This two-bedroom triplex unit in a converted Craftsman on the cusp of Capitol Hill and Portage Bay is full of cute, period details, like box beam ceilings, antique light fixtures, and leaded glass windows. It costs $2,850 a month.
So what’s your pick?
Which $2800 Seattle apartment would you rent?
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