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: $1,100.
There’s no square footage provided for this Fremont studio, but it’s small enough that the bed and the table pull out of the same point in the wall to save space. It has an almost-full kitchen—it has a large fridge and a stovetop, but no oven—and a full bathroom, plus a closet. It rents for $1,095 a month, and you can bring a cat.
Two blocks from the University of Washington, this 385-square-foot vintage studio in a 1930s brick building has hardwood floors, a full kitchen, and cute little built-ins. It rents for $1,075 a month.
In Greenlake, this 450-square-foot studio appears to be in a basement—but at least it’s close to the park for a little vitamin D. A separate kitchen means you’re not sleeping in the same room as your dirty dishes. It rents for $1,095 a month and doesn’t allow pets.
Just outside the city limits in White Center, get a little more space. This 750-square-foot, one-bedroom apartment with a fireplace rents for $1,095, parking included. Cats are okay, but no dogs.
At the north end of Greenwood, this 448-square-foot studio has a full kitchen separated by a breakfast nook and a washer and dryer in the full bathroom. Both dogs and cats are welcome. It’s at the very tippy-top of our price range: $1,145 a month.
This 400-square-foot Ravenna studio’s floorplan separates a living and sleeping area with a closet—and sets the kitchen slightly apart with half-walls. It rents for $1,050 a month, the cheapest on this list, but doesn’t allow pets.
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