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: $1,600.
In the Westlake/South Lake Union area, this 430-square-foot modern studio with hardwood floors and in-unit laundry rents for $1,595. Parking’s available for $175 extra a month, or it’s close to bus lines; both cats and dogs are allowed. Shared amenities include a roof deck, a guest suite, and a clubhouse.
In Capitol Hill by Volunteer Park, a 500-square-foot one-bedroom in a vintage building is going for $1,595 per month. It still boasts original details like leaded glass, hardwoods, and a cove ceiling. Cats can come, too. Parking’s available, but it’s on the 49 line, too.
The Central District has this recently renovated one-bedroom apartment in a stately 1918 building for $1,575 per month. It’s certainly been polished up, but it retains a bay window and possibly original flooring. While there are no breed restrictions on pets, they’re subject to both a deposit and $50 in pet rent. There’s no parking, but it’s along the 27 line.
For two bedrooms, head to Green Lake. This apartment is small for its bedroom count—560 square feet—but it’s just a block away from Green Lake Park. Pets are subject to both a deposit and $35 in pet rent, and off-street parking is available (although it’s on the 26 and 63 lines). Rent is $1,595 per month.
Another option with two bedrooms is this Fremont unit with built-ins and an eat-in kitchen for $1,650 per month. It’s at least a little bigger—although still small for two bedrooms—at 665 square feet, and is right on the 5 and bike lanes. Pets can come, but with both pet rent ($35) and a deposit.
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