The Cost of a One-Bedroom Rental in DC

  • Mar 11th 2015

by UrbanTurf Staff

The Cost of a One-Bedroom Rental in DC: Figure 1
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Georgetown is the most expensive neighborhood to rent a one-bedroom apartment in DC, according to a new report on one-bedroom rents across the city.

Real estate website Zumper analyzes the median one-bedroom rent in neighborhoods across the city, with the exception of any neighborhoods East of the River.

Leading the way in terms of one-bedroom rents are Georgetown ($2,600/month) and Downtown/Penn Quarter ($2,510). Woodridge is the least expensive place to rent a one-bedroom ($1,150/month).

From the report:

Washington D.C. remained the fourth most expensive rental market in the nation in February, with the city-wide median for a 1-bedroom apartment asking $2,000. Though maintaining fourth position, rents actually declined last month, with 1-bedrooms down 0.5% in the month, and 2.4% in the quarter.

The map above charts one-bedroom rents in other sections of the city.

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_cost_of_a_one-bedroom_rental_in_dc/9633.

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