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: $2,100.
Up in Lake City, this two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath townhouse is renting for $2,100 even. That includes a fireplace, a bonus room, a small front yard area, and parking in an attached garage. No pets are allowed, though.
In the Thornton Place development adjacent to Northgate Mall, this one-bedroom, pet-friendly, 793-square-foot loft has large windows and in-unit laundry. Parking is extra, but it’s right next to a transit center. Community amenities include a “play fountain,” free movie tickets, and outdoor barbecues. Rent here is $2,075 per month.
This 573-square-foot studio with a sleeping area in Wallingford (just a block from Gas Works Park) also includes in-unit laundry, plus shared amenities like an off-leash dog park, rooftop firepits and barbecues, multiple resident lounges, and a bike repair room. It rents for $2,079 per month.
In South Lake Union, this 703-square-foot apartment with a sleeping nook separated by a half-wall rents for $2,084 per month. The image is for a similar unit, because this one lists “urban concrete floors” under the amenities. Actual amenities in-unit laundry, a patio or balcony, and shared features like a large gym and a roof deck. Cats and dogs under 75 pounds can come.
Just a couple of blocks north of the Fremont Cut, this two-bedroom, two-story unit in a fourplex rents for $2,100 a month on the dot. That includes full-size, in-unit laundry, a private patio, and a shared backyard, plus carport parking for $100 extra. No pets are allowed, though.
Right by the Othello light rail station, this two-bedroom apartment has its own private patio and backyard. Inside, it has stacked laundry machines and a pretty large kitchen. Cats and small dogs can live here too, and the place comes with off-street parking. Rent is $2,075 per month.
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