In this edition of What X Rents, UrbanTurf looks at apartments in the $2,100-a-month range to see how far that budget will take a renter in the city.
A Spacious One-Bedroom with a Fireplace in Bloomingdale
This one-bedroom unit sits on the top floor of The Providence, a four-story apartment house built in 1936. The updated, generously-sized unit has a fireplace, lots of windows, an updated kitchen and a small balcony. The unit is about a block from neighborhood hot spots Red Hen and Boundary Stone.
An Updated Unit in Mount Vernon Triangle
This one-bedroom is in a large 2005 condo building on Massachusetts Avenue. The unit is fully updated, with an open-concept kitchen and dining room. It’s near the retail and restaurants at 5th and K Streets and a block from the Convention Center. The building has a large gym, a 24-hour concierge and a rooftop pool.
A Two-Bedroom Rowhouse in Trinidad
Of the three options, you’ll get the biggest bang for your buck at this two-bedroom Federal-style rowhouse in Trinidad, near Gallaudet University and Union Market. The updated kitchen has exposed brick and a door leading out onto a patio with a storage shed. Upstairs are two roughly equal-sized bedrooms, making this listing a good option for roommates.
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