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: $1,250.
This one-bedroom apartment at the north end of Greenwood looks pretty no-frills until you notice the fireplace and the balcony, plus in-unit laundry and garage parking. No pets allowed, though. It rents for $1,295 per month.
In Interbay just south of the Ballard Bridge, this apartment also has a balcony and free parking—but no bedrooms. This studio does have three large closets, though, plus a shared roof deck. It rents for $1,225 per month.
Just north of University Village in the U District, this one-bedroom in a super-quaint midcentury building has a private, fenced patio and tons of wood paneling. It rents for $1,200 per month.
In southwest Capitol Hill, this one-bedroom in a 1920s building has hardwood floors and a bay window. It rents for $1,250 per month.
In Eastlake, this little one-bedroom is just 480 square feet, and has hardwood floors and wood trim. It rents for $1,225 per month.
This brand-new, solar-powered microstudio in Fremont—under 240 square feet—runs partially off energy collected from the roof. It features a built-in desk and shelves to save space, and rents for $1,280 per month.
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