Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in the Seattle area. We've found five listings within $100 of today's price: $2200.
This bright, Belltown loft is on the smaller side, but features water views, floor-to-ceiling windows, and hardwood floors. It has a fitness center and Zipcars on site, and rents for $2225.
This 1200-square-foot, two-bedroom apartment in a small building Magnolia has a private yard with patio space and gardening beds. It has a walk-in shower—no bathtub—but has a washer and dryer in-unit. It rents for $2,195.
It’s no surprise this apartment building in South Lake Union is full of shared amenities: a gated pet park, a putting green, “outdoor TVs,” and even wine lockers. The one-bedroom itself includes a balcony and rents for $2190.
This one-bedroom, 2016-built ADU beneath a Central District craftsman has radiant heat, a huge kitchen, and a private patio. Despite being new construction, it has a more classic look in some ways. It rents for $2150.
This little two-bedroom, 1958 house on the cusp of Ballard and Phinney Ridge looks like it came out of a time capsule in some ways, right down to the cute, midcentury fireplace and pastel color pallette. It rents for $2200.
Which $2200 apartment would you rent?
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