Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in Seattle. We found five listings within $100 of today’s price: $2,100.
Our first stop is the very tippy-top of Lake City—just a block south of the Seattle city limits—where this two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment is renting for $2,060. It has a washer and dryer in-unit, and allows pets, although it has breed restrictions. Parking’s available (it’s on a few bus lines, too), and the building has a gym, a rooftop deck with barbecues, and a community garden space.
Not quite as far north, this Sand Point two-bedroom with a white-brick fireplace is renting for $2,050. It has in-unit laundry, comes with parking, and there’s a patio right around the corner—no word on pets, though. It’s also right on the 75 line.
$2,150 rents you this two-bedroom basement apartment in Magnolia with garage parking and in-unit laundry, right on the 31 and 33 lines and the Elliott Bay Trail. Both dogs and cats are allowed and the unit is wheelchair-accessible.
Right along the main drag of Ballard, this one-bedroom unit rents for $2,057 per month. Parking (for cars, bikes, and motorcycles) is available, but it’s along a ton of transit, too. Both cats and dogs are allowed. A shared rooftop deck has views of the Ballard Locks, and the building also has a gym.
In Ravenna, just north of Ravenna Ravine, this top-floor, southwest-facing two-bedroom is renting for $2,095. That includes two bathrooms (one is part of a master suite), two private decks, and in-unit laundry. Garage car parking is available, or it’s right on a few bus lines. Pets are allowed, too.
Which $2,100 home would you rent?
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